Spring Market: Brooklyn, NY
We are heading to Brooklyn, NY this Spring to host our first market of the year. The space is a historical building in the heart of Williamsburg. Located at 33 grand street, Industria is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and tourist attractions.
May 5th & 6th ( Saturday & Sunday )
June 9th & 10th ( Saturday & Sunday )
Information for Vendors: Applications are now open! For this market, vendors/brand owners are responsible to get their own table and chair for display. There are two sections in this space. Following are the details:
1) Main section, see the image below:
2) Basement section, see the image below:
Brand space -> Solstreet will allocate brand space to participating vendors.Vendors should get their own table which should be 4ft (length) *2ft (breadth) in size along with a chair/stool. If any vendor needs an outlet, then it should be mentioned in the application. Outlets are not guaranteed, they are subject to availability. All vendors are expected to stick to the table size specifications. Vendors participating on both the days can leave their display and products at the venue overnight.
Type of audience expected -> You can expect millennials, tourists etc. Interested vendors can check out the location in advance.Pricing:Main Section (4ft*2ft): Brand space per day cost $100 ( Referral program: $90 per day. E-mail us to know about how to participate in the referral program)Basement (4ft*2ft): Brand space per day cost $60 ( Referral program: $50 per day. E-mail us to know about how to participate in the referral program)Vendors need to fill the following application form, read and accept all the terms and conditions (at the bottom of the page) before agreeing to participate at our markets. After you send the application, our team will review and contact successful applicants. You can then make the payment through our website. We’ll send you the payment link, followed by a receipt. Applications close on April 5th 2018.
Vendor application form:
Terms & Conditions for Participants (Vendors)
This Agreement shall not bind SOLSTREET or Vendor unless and until (1) SOLSTREET offers you a space at their pop-up market event by sending you a “Confirmation E-mail”; and (2) you accept SOLSTREET’s offer to participate in the pop-up market event by paying the Rental Fee in accordance with the E-mail.
Term: This Agreement will be effective for the Event in which the Participant participates. This Agreement may be terminated by Solstreet with or without cause immediately upon notice to Participant. Participant and its employees, personnel, and agents agree to be bound by the terms of this Agreement and all Event rules, regulations, and directives.
Safety: Participant will act with the highest regard for the safety of the attendees and other participants of the Event, and will adhere to all laws, policies, rules, and regulations applicable to the goods and/or activities of Participant, including obtaining all licenses, permits, and approvals that may be required to enable Participant to conduct its activities at the Event and fulfill its obligations under this Agreement.
Liability: Solstreet will not be responsible for any loss or damage to Participant’s property, injury to, or death of the Participant (or its agents, employees, and/or personnel), or Participant sales. Participant expressly assumes all risks of loss, damage, liability, injury, or destruction resulting from any cause whatsoever, including but not limited to acts or omissions by Participant, and hereby releases and waives any claims against Solstreet related to such loss, damage, liability, injury, and/or destruction.
Use of Space:
(a) Assigned Space: Spaces are assigned to vendors by SOLSTREET prior to the applicable Market dates and booth availability. Vendors cannot assign their space to others. There are different sections in this venue. Table sizes should be 4ft * 2ft. For example, some spaces will be free-standing, some will have a wall; others may have a column or other structural element. Please be advised that merchandise setup cannot exceed the parameters of any assigned space agreed upon in the beginning.
We encourage Vendors to plan their merchandise set-up in advance. It is essential that Vendors leave room for entry and exit to their assigned space. Therefore, Vendors may visit the Market prior to their scheduled dates of sale in order to view the space(s) and determine how to create the best display and maximize their use of the space. If any vendor wants to use any power outlets, they need to let us know in advance.
(b) Operating Dates & Market Hours: The Market will open to the public from 11:00 am. to 6:00 p.m on the selected market dates. Vendors shall be required to continuously use, occupy and operate their assigned space during all hours of operation, which shall mean 11:00 a.m until 6:00 p.m ET.
On-Site Services: Vendors are permitted to use the venue’s restrooms. There is WIFI available to use.
Cancellation Policy: Please note that cancellations are not permitted post March 20th, 2018 for May 5th & 6th market edition. If the vendor cancels post March 20th, 2018 , he/she will not be entitled to a refund of the Space Rental Fee.
Licenses and Business Practices: Vendors are required to obtain, maintain and have copies on file of all applicable New York State and New York City licenses for its operations, including, but not limited to, New York Sales Tax Certificate of Authority. Copies of Certificates of Authority must be on premises but need not necessarily be displayed.
Price List: Vendors shall maintain a price list with respect to its merchandise. Such Price List need not be displayed, but should be available upon request by customers or SOLSTREET.
Marketing Permission: Vendors agree to permit SOLSTREET to use the Vendor’s name, logo, product description and photographs for promotional materials and marketing purposes.
Rules of Conduct: SOLSTREET adheres to a zero tolerance policy that applies to any conduct that has the purpose or effect of creating an intimidating, hostile or offensive work environment. Vendors must notify all of their employees to adhere to this policy during their participation at the Market. Vendors are responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy and ensuring that all employees under their supervision are fully aware of this policy and appropriate complaint procedures. Violation of this policy will result in appropriate corrective action that SOLSTREET may, within its sole discretion, determine to exercise, including but not limited to, immediate removal of any offending employee or termination of Vendors rental at the pop-up Market.
(a) Personal Behavior: Vendors must apprise all of their employees of certain rules of conduct regarding personal behavior prior to partaking in any SOLSTREET event. SOLSTREET prohibits all forms of harassment including: any demeaning, insulting, embarrassing or intimidating behavior directed at any employee present and the Market and visitors. SOLSTREET also prohibits engaging in any hostile contact, intimidation, threats or such actions or violence, or any other actions that may be considered threatening or hostile in nature while on the Market premises.