ISLAMABAD (APP) - Chairman Coordination Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) Raza Khan has said that trend of exhibitions is very encouraging as it activate the role of women in the society by empowering them. Such events not only generate economic activity and bring talent to limelight but also help young leaders to hold their position in the community, he said. Expos are networking opportunities which are critical to explore investment probabilities, ensuring development and experiencing the latest products; he said after inaugurating an exhibition of handmade leather shoes and bags held at a local brand house, said a press release issued here on Sundya. Raza Khan appreciated the efforts of organisers saying that such moves will help sharpen different skills which guarantee success in future. Raza Khan said that FPCCI believes that supporting women amount to supporting future generations. We will continue to strive and support all acts aimed at enhancing capacity of women entrepreneurs. Women deserve opportunities to transform their potential into profit which is one of the best investments for the future of Pakistan, he said. FPCCI will provide platform to young leaders to enhance their contribution towards society and cement ties with all stakeholders so that they can grow their business and ultimately become more successful, he said. The organisers, models and participants included Ahram, Sana, Saba, Huma, Mehreen, Fariha, Alina, Minal, Ayesha, Umber, Salma, Lokhez, Sikandar, Fahad, Amar and Musa.