Two entrepreneurs have been announced as the winners to pitch their business ideas at Warminster Market.
The competition was run by Wiltshire Council and the National Traders Federation who has introduced a new scheme called First Pitch.
Peter Smith of The Sweet Market and Keta Hunt of Boozy Bakes will now sell their goods for five days at Warminster Market this month.
Keta Hunt will be selling her alcohol cocktail cupcakes on Friday, 24, May 2013 just one day after finishing her exams for her degree.
She said: “At university I had orders from other students and traded at student events, but I’ve found it difficult to build up anything local. I was looking for a way to get out and meet people and get people to know about the produce and markets seem the best way to do that.”
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