More than 15 up and coming food businesses and retail stores converged in the Art Kitchen, organized by the Ateneo Junior Marketing Association (AJMA).
From January 30 to 31, the Art Kitchen brought together artisanal pastry makers, snack bites stalls, and fashion retail finds at the UP Town Center in Quezon City.
Merchants included Niwatori's Fried Chicken, Snack Box, and fashion brand The Gentleman Project.
Several students and casual shoppers went to the bazaar, and they were entertained by live performances of indie Filipino bands.
The project—the latest installment of The Big Red Bazaar in time for the organization’s 25th anniversary, is part of AJMA’s mission to encourage aspiring and established entrepreneurs to do good business through projects that give them real-world assessments of their services and products.
The Big Red Bazaar has become a yearly affair, and it introduced in 2015 two other pop-up bazaars in and out of Ateneo de Manila University, Instagrabs and The Weekenders Bazaar.
This is an edited press release.