Umoja linn Christmas Market Terms and Conditions
Umoja linn has partnered with EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum to bring you a Fun and Culture Filled Afro-inspired Christmas Market.
Think African Fashion, Crafts, Music, Dance and More all under one roof!
Yes, you read it right the first time – A Christmas Market – An Afro-inspired Christmas Market – the first of it’s kind in Ireland.
Our mission for this Christmas Market is to spotlight Afro-inspired designers and entrepreneurs while helping Christmas shoppers find high quality and unique products. What a better time to showcase the beauty of your talent and brand than during this festive period. We look forward to working with you and providing the locals and visitors in Dublin City with the best this Christmas season has to offer, but first, some general terms and conditions.
The terms and conditions outlined below apply to all Vendors, also referred to as sellers.
1.1 Christmas Market Fee
The Christmas Market Fee is €100. This fee covers a Seller for the full two days of the Market (17 December 2022 – 18 December 2022 09:00 – 18:00).
The fee also covers the Sellers insurance, no additional insurance is required.
– 50% of the €100 fee is refundable if the seller cancels with 2 weeks notice (before 3rd of December 2022)
– The €100 fee is not refundable if less than 2 weeks notice is given by the Seller (from 3rd of December 2022)
1.2 Product Display
The Market will take place inside, in the The Galleria & The Liffey Corner Dry at the EPIC Museum. All Sellers will have a dedicated section for their business and brand where they can display their products as they wish. Sellers are required to display and sell their products within the allocated section, and to respect other Sellers in the Market.
Sellers must provide the tools and materials (eg. rails and stands) required for their product display. A follow up email with the event checklist will be sent to all participating Sellers.
Displayed products and personal belongings must not be left unattended. Sellers are responsible for the safe keeping of their products, materials and personal belongings. If a Seller needs to step away from their display, it is the Sellers responsibility to ensure a delegate is available in their absence.
1.3 Payment Transactions
Sellers must provide their own payment method or system, based on previous Markets, it is advisable to have an electronic payment system via a card machine (eg. SumUp) as this is the preferred option for most customers. However, there is an ATM in close proximity to the location.
Sellers are encouraged to bring cash/change in an event that Buyers using cash require change.
Online payment transactions via Revolut are also an option, Sellers who wish to use this option may print their Revolut QR Code and have it displayed for Buyers to scan and pay.
In an event where Sellers do not have a payment system, Umoja linn can provide an electronic payment system via a card machine for a fee charge of 5%.
If you have any queries about the information outlined above, do not hesitate to contact us on: [email protected]
Join Umoja linn and the Irish Emigration Museum as we make history with the first ever Afro-inspired Christmas Market!
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