The 41st edition of the General Trade Fair will be held in October. It is considered to be the oldest trade fair in Andalusia. There will be more than 225 exhibitors on 60,000 square meters and it will host over 20,000 people.
General Trade Fair (FGM), celebrating its 41st Edition this year, aims to be a business showcase. It will display the work of over 100 companies from October 4-6 for promotion.
Parallel to this, Flavors of our Land, an event in which gourmet products and gastronomic tourist are promoted, and the fourth edition of Fair of Peoples, Tourism and Gastronomy will also be held at the Armilla.
This fair will feature more than 100 companies from all industries. It expects to attract over 20,000 visitors to the 125 product and institutional exhibitors covering 60,000 square metres of exhibition.
Jose Entrena (president of the Provincial Council of Granada) and Dolores Canavate (major of Armilla), presented a new edition this Thursday that is dedicated to the regional business fabric and will create more than 500 jobs and an economic impact of 1 million euros during these days.
Entrena stated that the General Trade Fair was not just an internal showcase for citizens but also an external showcase to show a province with potential and a strong desire to move forward.
The mayor of Armilla, for her part, has highlighted as a novelty Hall 3 at Fermasa will be an exhibition of biohealthy products, and a program featuring a hundred activities, such as work tables or debates about tourism as a tool to combat depopulation, or events exclusively for entrepreneurs.
There are many recreational activities to choose from, including the Andalusian Spicy Champion and the potato omelette contest. Also, there are parades of Moors, Christians, or the Beznar muketeers. The House of Bernarda Alba is represented, as well as tastings and tastings.