Today I would like to share my experience of the Makegood festival (http://www.makegoodfestival.com/) which took place in London on 30th May until 1st June.
It was lovely! Very inspiring and buzzing. I have met great people and listened to informative talks. I spent 5 hours the first day and didn’t even see half of it. So I had to go back a second time to make sure I can take everything in and talk to everyone. Below a few photos of the stands and their owners.
Fantastic hats by Awon Golding: If you want something different, go to her website and check it out: www.awongolding.com
One of the weirdest dolls I have ever seen: Fuggler – using real artificial teeth. I absolutely LOVE them 🙂 www.fuggler.com
Who would have guessed? Having a free manicure at the Makegood festival? Yes, please! Nails & Brows made it happen. Loved it! Sherrille did an excellent job. Check them out: www.nailsandbrows.me
Innovative and a good cause: Food for good. Making use of food that would get wasted otherwise: www.foodforgood.me/
Some of you know it already: I LOVE Italy – the country, the language and the food. So when I saw Italy in a box my heart made a little jump! Yummy original Italian food delivered to your doorstep: http://www.italyinabox.co.uk/
The Chocolution: Superb idea for gift sets and lovely tasting chocolate: http://thechocolution.com/
MishBishFish monsters are quirky monsters for every age group. I bought the kit that Michelle sold and created the Fish 🙂 http://www.mishbishfish.com/
Lovely jewellery with a story behind them: http://narratorium.com/
And another jewellery that is different to everything I have seen so far: Jewellery made from vintage postage stamps! @Taffeta_Punk
We are Parable turns customers into fans through events. Check them out: http://www.weareparable.com/
It was a great and creative experience. Thank you!
Your creative start-up coach Christine