How do I lay out my stall? This is an often question put to our market managers and there is no one size fits all answer. With this lesson we have taken one answer and set out where it works. All traders take a while in making sure their layout is efficient and everyone knows what their job is.
You want to get your first pitch before you try anything with bigger organisations like KERB. Go earn some stripes, get on the streets and meet some potential customers. You might only sell 10 portions but this is how you learn. There are loads of local markets and events looking for vendors but often the best places are booked up.
We sat down with a group of KERB Traders and spoke about what made festivals work for some and not for others. Here’s some of the stuff we chatted about.
It’s a totally different ball game to running a lunch time market, you’re essentially starting up another business.
You have reached the end of the course now and if everything has gone well you now have a brand, a menu and all the equipment ready for your first pitch.