September 5, 2015
These Bazaars Are Accepting Applications
What makes a bazaar successful? Good sales, of course!
But what makes sales good aside from saleable products and, well, engaging sales people?
Efficient and Effective Organizers
You may have an event with thousands of members or attendees but if your organizer didn’t promote the event or planned the event properly, it will affect your sales. You may have incredibly good promoters as organizers but if they can’t get enough people through the door, it will affect your sales. What makes a good organizer?
1. Established network. I’m not just referring to social networking. In fact you may have 1,000,000 likes and followers but that doesn’t guarantee that you will have 10% of that as your attendees. We’re talking about old-fashioned networking – face to face, organization to organization marketing. The more organizations and groups you get involved to be actively involved in your bazaar, the bigger the chance it will be successful.
2. Location. They know where’s the best place to hold a bazaar that will be comfortable for both the sellers and the buyers. It is accessible, enough parking, cool with enough comfort rooms to accommodate a large crowd.
3. Track record. A good organizer has a track record. Word gets around and happy vendors means good sales.
What makes a bazaar “big”? Is it the number of celebrities invited to grace the event? Is it the venue? Is it the number of concessionaires? The answer is foot traffic.
Foot traffic means the number of people frequenting or passing by an area. The more people you get to visit your place, the bigger chance that you will get some sales closed. What does a “good foot traffic” mean? That means getting at least 5,000 – 10,000 visitors a day. A day.
These Bazaars Are Accepting Applicants
Given the above requirements, these two events are biggest bazaars arranged and managed by highly efficient and yes, effective organizers.
International Bazaar 2015: Shop Global, Help Local
This bazaar is on its 49th year and will be held on November 29, a Sunday.
Annually, the International Bazaar Foundation, Inc. (IBF) organizes the International Bazaar to raise funds for the underprivileged children in need of better education, livelihood projects and medical care programs for the less fortunate individuals, among others. It is a joint effort of the Ladies of the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), the Cabinet, the Diplomatic Corps, and the Consular Corps.
Interested applicants may contact Ms Vicky or Ms Jasmine at mobile numbers 09177307647 or 09063070707. You may also proceed directly to our satellite office located at 2ND Floor (beside the Administration Office), Taft Centrale Exchange Mall, EGI Building, Gil Puyat cor. Taft Avenue on the following dates ONLY:
- SATURDAY 05 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 06 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- FRIDAY 11 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 12 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 13 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 19September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 20 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 26 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 27 September 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 03 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 04 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 10 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 11 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 17 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 18 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SATURDAY 24 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- SUNDAY 25 October 10-am- 5:00pm
- FRIDAY 30 October 10-am- 5:00pm
You may also email them through email@example.com. Deadline for submission of application requirements is on 30 October 2015. Kindly note that application is on a first-come, first serve basis.
Saint James the Great Bazaar
A tradition in Ayala Alabang Village and it is on its 24th year. It’s on November 27, 28, 29, & 30, 2015 (Friday-Monday).
St. James Bazaar started in 1991 to help raise funds for the construction of the Church.
Through the years, 100% of the proceeds of the bazaar helped in the following:
1. The construction of the St. James the Great Parish Church from 1991 to 1993.
2. The purchase of the St. James Parking Lot (Cuenca St. Cor. Nasugbu St.) which is now being used as one of the venues of the bazaar.
3. Installation of the airconditioning system of the Main Church.
4. Build the St. James Parish Rectory Annex for the use of the parish priest and the St. James employees quarters.
5. Repairs and maintenance of all Parish structures.
6. St. James Bazaar Committee members do not receive salaries or commissions from the proceeds of the bazaar. They organize and run the bazaar as their apostolate to St. James the Great Parish.
Look for Juliet (St James Foundation Secretary) when you call 842-4279. You can also email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Application is also on a first-come, first serve basis.
Please note that to join these bazaars your business papers and tax payments must be complete and up to date. More about that in next week’s post.
*All the information regarding the bazaars mentioned are accurate as of the time of writing. Details may change without prior notice.
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