I’m primary an online seller, but I can’t resist participating in a SJMADE market because of the sharp social media campaigns they put on for their vendors and the impressive venues they make available to us. If there’s any kind of festival in town, SJMADE usually has vendors there. You’ll find them at San Jose’s foodie/shop local place, San Pedro Square Market, Westfield Valley Fair, one of the largest malls in Northern California, and my favorite, Whole Foods.
Here’s how SJ Made describes themselves:
San Jose Made (SJMADE) is a platform for creative entrepreneurship. Our projects, centered in San Jose, CA, create and support pop-up concepts, operator-owned business, and local goods.
They’re about so much more, including San Jose pride, the shop local movement, and championing creativity. Most of their markets mix a crafts show vibe with a farmer’s market.
I sent them a photo of my wares, and they blended it into their branding for this weekend’s market. SJMadeFallSeries