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Crafty Fox Talks 'Meet The Buyer'
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Crafty Fox Talks - Book Now
Are you a designer/maker, keen to learn about selling your products through shops? Come along to our 'Meet the Buyer' evening at The Hoxton Hotel, Shoreditch on 3rd May and learn about the best way to approach shops, how to present your products, developing your product range and how to shine at a trade show. Click here for all the details of who will be on our panel of speakers and how to book your tickets.
Its Handmade Awards Season!

Crafty Fox Market is a partner for the Mollie Makes Awards and the new Etsy AwardsRead all about the events and how you can apply on our blog now. We are offering a free stand at one of our markets to the winner of the Mollie Makes Start Up Award too!
Apply for our Leeds Market now.

Applications for our Leeds event will close at 5pm this Friday 15th April, so don't delay if you want to get involved. It is going to be a fabulous event and our first in the North, perfect for northern traders or those who fancy a change of scenery!

Head to our Applications Page to fill out the form now.
April Markets Gallery
Over the last two weekends we had a wonderful time at our first of the spring markets at the Bussey Building and Geffrye Museum, the sun was (mostly) shining and over 6500 visitors joined us over 4 days for lots of Crafty Fox fun! Head over to our Facebook Page now to see all the images from the event.
Our last Spring Market will take place at The Dogstar, Brixton on 28th & 29th May from 11am-5pm, full trader listings are on our site now, hope to see you there.

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