Thanks for considering Norwich Creative Market to exhibit your work. Please scroll down for all information.
Prices are displayed on the application form. Dates are displayed on each form.
Please click on the link below that best describes you.
We have an sweet caterer confirmed throughout 2019. We need a savoury caterer with a 5* hygiene certificate.
If you have never been a stallholder at Norwich Creative Market before then you must fill out this detailed form for your first stall. Please read the top and bottom of the form in full.
If you have previously exhibited at Norwich Creative Market, or you are applying for more than one market, then fill in this quick and easy form.
A limited amount of stalls are available to registered charities free of charge. You may sell crafted items, craft materials and a smaller amount of promotional items. No bric a brac, food or tombolas please.
During our 'Beat the Winter Blues' event this February we will be offering free stalls to local craft clubs and charities raising awareness of self care and wellbeing. Please read the full details of this event by clicking here.
We want to make people aware of a range of tuition and wellbeing services available in the local area. No diet plans or clubs and no physical fitness or gym based businesses.
We get thousands of people signing up for each event on Facebook. Click below to add yourself to the latest event and invite your own friends and family along.
When you get accepted as a stallholder you can add your etsy shop to the local events page. We have a lot of etsy sellers at the market so your shop will be the first thing customers see on the local tab.
Visitors and exhibitors at Norwich Creative Market are always impressed by the selection of gifts, art and homeware on offer by the local businesses. I aim to have work at price points for every budget. When you apply to Norwich Creative Market I ask for photos of your work and a description of what you do. This is not just form filling, it’s your opportunity to show your work at it’s best. I select exhibitors based on what they make, not their social media status. You can be an established artisan or totally new to exhibiting your work. It’s what’s on your application that counts.
St Andrews hall is a beautiful historic building with high ceilings and plenty of natural light. It works well with 50 to 80 stalls in a variety of layouts. There will be plenty of room for visitors to spend time at your stall without feeling cramped and rushed.
Direct sharing and promotion of your business through our Facebook and Instagram pages. We do paid ads to get people through the door.
Our new ad campaign focuses on getting shoppers through the door who want to spend money with you. Yes, we want browsers to marvel at our creations but we also need to pay the rent. Join the support local ideal and lets draw some shoppers away from their big brand comfort blankets.
We do leaflet distribution on the day and in the lead up, leaflets in local shops, bars and cafes, posters all over the city and A boards on the day.
With a year of events already booked we can advertise for a long period of time, increasing awareness week on week. Having such a huge event, quite possibly the largest collection of 100% designer makers in Norfolk, networking is easy. Everyone likes and shares each others work on social media and this is a fantastic way to increase awareness of what you make and what you do.
A variety of 4ft, 6ft and 8ft tables are available, book 2 if you wish. They are included in the stall fee. If you want to book space only and bring your own set up this is fine too, just make the right selection on the application form. You need to bring your own table covering to make sure your stall looks clean and professional.
Our brand new makers directory gives shoppers an opportunity to contact you directly through your chosen web link. Don’t lose a sale because they didn’t have the money on the day. Your best photo will be used to direct people to your site. You can also see the quality and variety of our other exhibitors.