By Modupe Gbadeyanka
Organisers of the prestigious GTBank Fashion Weekend are offering free retail stalls to exhibitors at this year’s event.
However, to enjoy this freebie, those who wish to sell their fabulous fashion apparels and accessories will have to register for it.
According to a statement issued by the organisers, to apply for the free Retail Space at the GTBank Fashion Weekend, intending exhibitors will have to visit https://fashionweekend.gtbank.com/apply.
Now in its third year, the GTBank Fashion Weekend has become the premier consumer-focused event that places African fashion on the global stage and helps small businesses in the local fashion industry thrive.
The first and second editions of the event, which held in November 2016 and 2017 respectively, brought together over 250,000 people to interact with some of the best minds in the global fashion space and directly patronize more than 200 indigenous small businesses in the local fashion industry.
Organized with an overall vision of Promoting Enterprise, the 2018 GTBank Fashion Weekend will provide more than 130 small businesses with free stalls to showcase and sell the finest ensemble of apparels and fashion accessories.
Applications for free stalls at the event are now open and will close on Saturday, September 29, 2018.
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