Where will this year’s Christmas Market take you?
London Met is full of talented designer-makers, are you one of them? Get the opportunity to promote your products, develop useful new skills, and make some extra cash while you’re at it…
The Christmas Market is a great opportunity for London Met Students to sell their products at Sunday Upmarket on one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Test out your products and gain invaluable feedback as you come face to face with customers!
What does taking part involve?
A FREE stall, FREE training from an experienced market trader and our Creative Enterprise Manager on pricing, display and making sales. Plus PRIZES for the best stalls.
Hear from students themselves what it meant to them in the video here. Don’t miss out, the deadline of 16 November is just around the corner apply now!
Those who took part in last year’s Christmas Market can now be seen doing what they love most – being their own boss!
Let’s have a look at those who took part in 2014 and see what they are up to one year later…
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Herb Palmer

Herb Palmer had a smoking success with his incense burners at last year’s Christmas Market.. He made £460 in one day! Now he has gone on to take part in Launchpad as he launched a business with Thom Wilson 
Based from their studio in East London they make commissioned work for local businesses and interiors. Herb also sells his work on gardenofbabylon [/vc_column] [vc_column width=”1/3″]

Sonia Meggie

Funky n Chunky
Last year at the Christmas Market Sonia Meggie showcased her colourful bags and statement jewellery handmade in Ghana – bringing warmth with vivid, bold textures to the wintery streets of London!
Since then she set up her own brand, Funky n Chunky, and has been selling products online, working with local designers and entrepreneurs in Ghana. You can find variety of her products here [/vc_column] [vc_column width=”1/3″]

Russell Daniels-Lake

Lucky Escape Studios
At the Christmas Market 2014 Lucky Escape Studios got great feedback from customers. After taking part in our Launchpad (formerly Hatchery) scheme they now run their studio from Accelerator.
Lucky Escape Studios often mix screen prints, letterpress and paper craft with the universe of digital techniques. Recently they have been featured in Creative Digest. See more examples of their work here