Become A Sponsor of The Village Market ATL
A thriving movement, supporting the sustainability of local, community-minded, black entrepreneurs and startups
WHAT IS THE VILLAGE MARKET ATL?
TheVillageMarketATL™ launched Spring 2016 and is a quarterly event that is created to support the sustainability of socially conscious, community-minded, entrepreneurs and startups. It is a night time market that showcases small businesses, artists, non-profits and start-ups. In addition to vending opportunities, we offer bi-monthly classes on financial literacy and entrepreneurship to serve as a launch pad for entrepreneurs. The market provides a space for kidpreneur, nonprofits, and small business owners.
It is a green, clean event; all locally sourced and biodegradable products.
WHO ARE THE VILLAGE MARKET ATL SPONSORS & COMMUNITY PARTNERS?
You are investing in an event that supports urban farming and donates a percentage of all proceeds to organizations that advocates and provide fresh foods for food desert stricken areas and organizations that focus on education reform. You will also be investing in our Generation NeXt program which is designed for aspiring kidpreneurs and young entrepreneurs. We have created a hands on, kid friendly program that teaches kidpreneurs how to launch their business, proper marketing and sustaining a business. The program is free and required for all kid vendors.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SPONSORING?
Tier 1: 3 Social Media Blasts & Booth - $500
Tier 2: 3 Social Media Blasts, Logo on Marketing, Booth - $1,000
Tier 3: 3 Social Media Blasts, Logo on Marketing, Booth, & Advertising at the event - $2,500
We are continuously growing membership through organic social media marketing. We are seeking mutually beneficial partnerships to grow the market, expand opportunities for entrepreneurs, kidpreneurs and urban farmers. We have plans to expand the event to other states as we have community partners in Savannah and San Diego!
Our novice event has attracted 460 attendees. We have a contact list of 1,100 members and a social media reach of 9,000.
“It Takes a Village.”