From startupsmart by Michelle Hammond
Market stalls are usually seen as small-time operations offering food, antiques, arts and crafts, clothing and books.
But, with the right strategy, you could turn a stall into a thriving, innovative business.
StartupSmart browses the market to see what’s involved in setting up.
What is it and who is it suited to?
A market stall is typically an immobile, temporary structure erected by merchants to display and shelter their merchandise in a street market or other site setting.
As a self-employed trader, you can enjoy working in a friendly environment and among like-minded people while selling products you’re passionate about, or perhaps that you have made yourself.
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