At her premises, artist Elizabeth Ngombe counted proceeds generated from her exhibit at the Namibia Tourism Expo held in capital Windhoek from Nov. 4 to 7.
Ngombe, whose business venture was halted by COVID-19 outbreak, travelled about 700 kilometres to Windhoek from Opuwo town in Kunene region to exhibit handmade crafts at the expo.
“I was able to generate the little I could that I would have not made it wasn’t for the expo. I had not made substantive sales since the lockdown. I was also able to network with others at the expo,” she said on Sunday.
She is one of the local and continental individuals and enterprises across various sectors that sought to achieve restorative growth at the just ended Namibia Tourism Expo 2020.
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