How to become a market trader in london


The Creative Priority System is used for all stall allocations and is applied to casual traders through a grading system. Grades are used as a means of measuring and illustrating a trader's position in the allocation process. Grades ranging from 1 highest priority to 5 lowest priority are issued by the Market Manager following initial exhibition.

All traders are provided with the information necessary to improve their grade and assessment is constantly reviewed and grades will be changed if sufficient improvement is made. The Market Manager will not accept any new imported jewellery traders onto the market. Please note that Greenwich Market does not offer exclusivity to any traders on the market but the Market manager will consider matters such as quality control and clash of stock when deciding whether to offer a new trader the opportunity to trade on a casual basis following the assessment.

Once you are successful in your application, all of your questions about facilities, setting up times, storage can be answered by the Market manager. Please email hello greenwichmarketlondon. The rest of the stalls do not need to book an appointment and there is no need to fill in any forms. There is no need to bring any samples of your product for the initial meeting.

The Manager will decide if there is a place for you to trade and all traders are invited for a trial day where your stall will be assessed. There are no upfront charges. All food stalls enquiries MUST email us a menu and photos along with copies of public liability and any other relevant information prior to an appointment.

The assessment will be in accordance with the Creative and Ethical Priority System, where the Market manager vets your goods, display and ambience created by your stall. Most importantly you will be assessed on the creative input into your product. That something special might be a gift, meal or experience that is close to being unique and not widely available. The Creative Priority System is used for all stall allocations and is applied to casual traders through a grading system.

Grades are used as a means of measuring and illustrating a trader's position in the allocation process. Grades ranging from 1 highest priority to 5 lowest priority are issued by the Market Manager following initial exhibition.

All traders are provided with the information necessary to improve their grade and assessment is constantly reviewed and grades will be changed if sufficient improvement is made.

The Market Manager will not accept any new imported jewellery traders onto the market. Please note that Greenwich Market does not offer exclusivity to any traders on the market but the Market manager will consider matters such as quality control and clash of stock when deciding whether to offer a new trader the opportunity to trade on a casual basis following the assessment.

Once you are successful in your application, all of your questions about facilities, setting up times, storage can be answered by the Market manager. Please email hello greenwichmarketlondon. The rest of the stalls do not need to book an appointment and there is no need to fill in any forms. There is no need to bring any samples of your product for the initial meeting.