ISLAMABAD (PPI) Special Eid expo organised by Women Chamber of Commerce concluded on Sunday exploring the new talent of the house hold women and providing the platform to women entrepreneur to expand their business. The exhibition featured different stalls of handicraft, homemade products, window handmade embroidery, dresses, face painting, jewellery, decoration pieces, traditional pots, and bridal accessories made by women entrepreneurs. The idea behind this exhibition was to facilitate the poor segment of the society, especially women, to help them stand their own feet and earn livelihood for their family. Throughout the duration of two days, women from different shades of life visited the exhibition and took keen interest in the displayed items. The exhibitors complained that government should have shown interest in this exhibition as the exhibition could not attract government support, no minister from any political party turned up to grace the occasion. Zaida Arshad, an exhibitor of readymade dresses, said the exhibition had all the potential to attract a good number of buyers. She said that customer appreciated her new Eid collection of machine and handmade clothes with special embroidery. Mentioning the price range of her collection she told that both stitched and unstitched collection varies from 3500 to 4500 rupees. Shafaf Sheikh, brand ambassador for Face Fresh told PPI that this brand has won the herbal product award in 2009 as best whitening cream. #She said that the turn out of the ladies was fabulous. She urged the government institutions and banks to lend money to help women to promote their businesses as they have outstanding record of returning loans in time. Talking to PPI, a woman entrepreneur Komal Khan dealing in handicrafts and readymade hand bags said that chamber has given her platform to step-in the business market. This exhibition helped to make new clients which will help me in future to start my own outlet she added. While answering to a question about the low prices of homemade hand bags, she said that production cost of hand bags manufactured at home is less as compared to factory made hand bags, which is why she added hand made bags ranges from 700 to 800 rupees.