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Tierlantyn’kies Kuier en KoopFees

Tierlantyn’kies Kuier en KoopFees
November 2, 2016 gnuworld
Tierlantynkies kuier en koopfees

The Tierlantyn’kies Kuier en KoopFees is an exciting new “pop-up” market in Pretoria, featuring unique, locally made products.

Tierlantyn’kies is the brainchild of three friends, Lorette, Elmien and Ronel, who recognised the need for a space where artists and entrepreneurs could sell their handcrafted products to the public, without the overheads of a retail outlet.

At The Workspace, we’re delighted to support Tierlantyn’kies because they’re just as excited about entrepreneurs as we are. The market offers a platform where passionate people can grow new businesses, in a supportive and relaxed environment.

Lorette, Elmien and Ronel also offer guidance with product development and marketing.

The first Tierlantyn’kies

The first Tierlantyn’kies market, held for five days in October, was a huge success, with 68 exhibitors offering everything from jewellery, clothing and décor items to gifts, toys and an assortment of tempting homemade treats and deli goods.

We’re already looking forward to the next Tierlantyn’kies!

Prizes from The Workspace

The Workspace sponsored three prizes, for the exhibitors judged to have the best products, initiative and creativity.

Congratulations to the winners!

1st prize: Cobus Gous, for Paper Republic

Paper Republic
Paper Republic

Paper Republic offers gorgeous, hand-crafted paper decorations and installations, as well as functional paper products. Visit the company’s website to see some of their stunning creations, or have a look at their Facebook page.

Cobus won a single-person office at The Workspace at The Club in Pretoria, from 1 November 2016 to 28 February 2017, to the value of R22 000.

2nd prize winner: Ian Nienaber, for Filly Handmade Leather Products

Filly Leather
Filly Leather

Filly Handmade Leather Products has been operating for a little over three years, and offers a range of stylish, handmade leather bags, backpacks, wallets, passport holders, camera cases and other accessories.

Congratulations to the company’s Ian Nienaber, who won coworking space at The Workspace, from 1 November to 28 February 2017, to the value of R13 600.

3rd prize winner: Annelie, for Torch & Needle

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Torch and Needle

For upwards of five years, Annelie of Torch & Needle has been making beautiful handmade accessories in sliver, leather and everything else.

Well done, Annelie, on winning coworking space from 1 November to 28 February 2017, to the value of R5 700.

The Workspace: A new home for Tierlantyn’kies

We’re delighted to announce that The Workspace at The Club, Pretoria is now the new home for Tierlantyn’kies.

We’re looking forward to the next Tierlantyn’kies Kuier en KoopFees, and will keep you posted once the date is confirmed.