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PICK THE RIGHT MAR­KETS “What you sell should be in sync with the crowd’s de­mands. Pub­lic Gar­den and Sun­day Artists Mar­ket at The Vault are more artsy – you’ll get a de­cent au­di­ence if you’re sell­ing hand­made ac­ces­sories and sta­tionery. Zouk’s Flea & Easy sees more pre-loved items while Christ­mas and Chi­nese New Year pop-up mar­kets are good for greet­ing cards or home decor items.” BE PROAC­TIVE “The lo­ca­tion of your stall is de­cided on the day it­self. If you get one where hu­man traf­fic isn’t high, ask the or­gan­is­ers nicely to put up clearer di­rec­tions or help to usher the crowd.” MAKE YOUR DIS­PLAY POP “If you’re sell­ing jew­ellery or hand­made ac­ces­sories, dis­play them like a counter show­case. Use wine crates, ce­ramic plates and astroturf (fake grass) to prop up chunky state­ment pieces and brightly coloured prod­ucts. A nice table­cloth is also a must. List prices clearly. When your stall gets crowded, it helps if people can check the prices on their own – if you’re busy, they may just walk away.” USE SO­CIAL ME­DIA “Some people stop by my stall and ask to take a pho­to­graph with my pinatas. I’m happy to oblige even if they don’t buy, but I ask them to cre­ate a hash­tag or tag me in the pic­ture. This leads to ex­po­sure on In­sta­gram and Face­book, and brings people to my web­site.”

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