The heading for this post is taken from the Business Victoria website and refers to a joint effort between Business Victoria and QVM. It sounds like a great idea for regional small businesses to showcase their products.
the text from the website -
regional Victorian small businesses will have a unique opportunity to show and
sell their produce, artisan wares and/or services to Melburnians this Spring.
The Victorian Government has partnered with the Queen Victoria Market to host
the first-ever Regional Producers Market at Queen Victoria Market on Sunday, 28
The arrangement means there are no booth costs or market overheads to
Organised by Small Business Victoria, the Regional Producers Market is aimed at
bringing the produce, artisan wares and/or services of regional small
businesses to the attention of the 30,000 people who visit Queen Victoria
Market on a Sunday.
The Regional Producers Market would suit exhibitors of packaged foods,
clothing, arts, crafts and possibly tourist destinations!
A selection panel from Small Business Victoria will assess your application.
Priority will be given to exhibitors who are a small business and produce their
goods or services in regional Victoria. Applicants may be interviewed and
notified shortly after.
If you would like to be part of this exciting opportunity, all you need to do
is to complete the Expressions of Interest form
by Wednesday, 10 October 2012.”
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04/10/2012 19:51:12 "30,000 you say... wouldn't that be nice. I wonder what magical algorithms got them to that extraordinary number. "