BazKet Manila: the first Work + Shop event at SMX Manila
SMX Convention Center Manila sets the mood for a shopping frenzy for fashionistas, entrepreneurs and start-up online business owners as it pilots the 1st BazKet Manila: Work + Shop Local, happening from October 27-29 at SMX Manila.
The three-day bazaar-market themed event highlights locally made products such as novelty and handcrafted items, food and beverage concocted by artisans and much more. BazKet Manila is a great venue for seasoned and budding entrepreneurs to promote their products and engage with the right market.
With the Yuletide season on everyone’s horizon, BazKet Manila is the perfect time to start ticking off our Christmas shopping list. Exciting and educational activities and workshops are also included to pick up tips and business ideas – all for free!
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Learn basic crochet with DMC Philippines or calligraphy with Ink Scribbler among other workshops. There’s also a seminar on starting your own social enterprise (Anne Krystle Yee of Jacinta & Lirio) and how to be an entrepreneur in the corporate world (Builtable).
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The best part, however, will probably (make that DEFINITELY) the shopping, with discount vouchers and raffle prizes galore.
You get to enjoy all of this at BazKet Manila: Work + Shop Local on Oct. 27-29, 10 am to 10 pm at Function Room 5, SMX Convention Center Manila. Admission is only Php 50, with the workshops needing pre-registration.
Visit https://goo.gl/uVrzNN for the full schedule of workshops and pre-registration links.
What: BazKet Manila: Work + Shop Local
When: October 27 – 29, 2017; 10 am – 10 pm
Where: Function Room 5, SMX Convention Center, Seashell Ln., Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Admission: Php 50
This is a press release from SMX Convention Center. Minor edits were made by Philippine Primer editors.