I like going to bazaars and trade fairs because they allow me to see their products up close and exchange calling cards with business owners. Also, I can claim that I went out without really having to socialize. So I was pleased to know that Gifted.PH will be partnering with Manila Sundance Bazaar. Look at that photo above. That logo below Diva and between Bioessence and Business World (bWorld), yes that's us on a billboard by World Trade Center's entrance. Did you feel the hint of pride? Yeah you did. Thanks to Gifted.PH, we scored free tickets just in time for Mother's Day.
The entire World Trade Center's Hall D was full of online brands, unknown retailers, and sellers of signature items. My most used shopping mode in the past year has been online, so some brands were familiar. But I was exercising my need to stay within budget that weekend. The side effect is that I have shopping guilt for some brands that had the unfortunate fate of falling into the "I don't need it" category. Nevertheless, their original ideas deserve your attention so here they are!
Earth Bags creates pouches, loot bags, eco bags, pencil cases aprons using canvas, denim and non-woven fabric. Not only do the items look more organic, the designs are witty too! I would have wanted that "But First Coffee" apron for when I'm making coffee (LOL! the visual is very funny). I also suggest you inquire about customized designs for your events like birthday party lootbags, wedding giveaway pouches, and businesses like client giveaways, prizes, team gifts.
The beauty about bazaars is that people come in with the intent to buy, like hella buy. So if you want to discover new designers, brands, and unique business ideas, you should definitely, definitely go to the next one. Follow Manila Sundance Bazaar for their next event!
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