Good Market is Celebrating Its 5th Birthday!
In Sri Lanka? Come help celebrate! A special birthday edition of the Saturday Good Market with nearly 100 vendors is happening at the Colombo Racecourse from 10 am to 7pm on December 9th (see below for vendor specials and stall layout). Spread the word and join the birthday spirit by sharing photos with, or high five-ing your favourite vendors. Post it on social media and tag @goodmarketlk or add the hashtag #GoodMarket5.
Can't make it on Saturday? Give Good Market "five" to send some love from afar. Take a photo of you, your family and friends, or your team holding up five fingers for five awesome years. Share it on social media tagging @goodmarketlk and include #GoodMarket5.
The very first Good Market event happened on December 6th 2012 with 33 vendors. There are now nearly 500 Good Market approved social enterprises and responsible businesses around the world. Check out the growing community at www.goodmarket.global.
Good market Awards
The 5th annual vendor party and awards ceremony will be happening at the Saturday Good Market event under the nuga tree starting at 4 pm.
This is the first time that the event has been open to the public so come along to find out which vendors have been the most innovative, made the biggest improvements and so much more.
In keeping with Good Market values, this is a non-competitive event to bring vendors, visitors and the community together to share, support and encourage each other in creating a better economy which is good for people and good for the planet.
Saturday Good Market
Saturday Good Market
The Good Market organic and natural food shop operates as a not-for-profit social enterprise and has products from more than 70 Good Market approved vendors. It is located across the street from the Saturday Good Market in the Lakpahana Courtyard and is open every day from 8 am to 8 pm. This week's deliveries include...
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The Good Market Sri Lanka blog includes updates on the Saturday Good Market event, the Good Market Reid Avenue and Battaramulla shops, and the Sri Lankan community.