Here is an article on starting up a stall at the Portobello markets, it covers the basics of getting into the market, applying for a stall and the fees and documents you may need.
I wont republish the entire article here, just an introduction, so if you want to read more head on over to the “open society blog” here. to read the entire post.
Lots of fashion businesses start up as market stalls – It’s the first chance many young labels get to showcase their products and see if they will sell, and with the high traffic you can expect at markets like Portobello and Camden Passage in Islington, it’s an excellent way to develop your selling skills and figure out what customers want. But how do you set up a market stall?
To do some of the legwork for you, we’ve put together a guide to help you get started at London’s Portobello market with the help of some of our members who have done just this. First things first, you should decide where it is you want to set up. If you see yourself trading on the roads, including Golborne Road and Portobello Road, then you’ll have to get in touch with the helpful people at the Market Office. If you see yourself trading in the covered areas of Portobello Green, then you’re going to have to get in touch with the organisers of the Portobello Green Market.
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