Entrepreneurs will be given a chance to use the second stall
One of them will host a number of different cultural activities and products focussed on international cuisine, arts and crafts, music, and gaming. It will change once every four weeks.
The other stall is going to provide entrepreneurs with a platform to test their new ideas and products.
Romford BID said it will cover all pitch costs, supply the stall with the necessary equipment and storage, and provide entrepreneurs with mentoring.
It has launched its recruitment campaign to find a start-up for the second market space.
Applicants are being encouraged to send in a two minute video of their idea along with some written information as part of the first stage of the application process.
Both stalls are expected to go live from Saturday, 17 April 2021.
“We believe the sponsorship of these market stalls will bring something innovative and creative to our much-loved Romford Market,” said BID director, Julie Frost.
“Having grown up in Romford I know there is a lot of nostalgia around the market and how it used to be. I appreciate things are very different now, however I am looking forward to supporting a new business with a passion to sell on the market, as well as enabling a platform for artists, musicians, gamers and chefs to be creative and innovative.”
John Walsh, market manager for Romford Market, said: “Romford Market is always keen to help new business and traders.
“We welcome the opportunity to work with small businesses as part of the ongoing ever-changing arena that is Romford Market.”
People who wish to apply for the second stall can find more information online here.
Alternatively you can ask for more details by emailing email@example.com
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