The Kosovo pavilion attracted visitors keen on discovering the unique originality of “Made in Kosovo” products, such as modern furniture, kitchens, fenestration equipment, and façade modelling.
The opening day of the fair was marked by the presence of Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti and the Minister of Industry, Entrepreneurship, and Trade, Rozeta Hajdari. As they visited the bustling booths showcasing the products, their visit underscored the government’s commitment to promoting manufacturing and export.
The participating companies at the trade show not only gained exposure to emerging trends and innovation within the industry, but also had the opportunity to explore potential collaborations and partnerships on a global scale.
The Swissbau Fair proved to be an immersive experience for companies from the wood processing, fenestration, and facade sectors. With a spotlight on craftsmanship, sustainability, and innovation, these companies left an indelible mark on the international stage, showcasing that the intersection of government policies and business can indeed be a fruitful one.
The Promoting Private Sector Employment (PPSE) project supported the Kosovo Investment and Enterprise Support Agency (KIESA) to facilitate the participation of Kosovo companies at Swissbau. The support aimed to promote the export potential of the “Made in Kosovo” wood products.
Promoting Private Sector Employment is a Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), implemented by Swisscontact and Riinvest Institute.