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October 25, 2018

The Makers Expo

The Makers Expo – an annual innovative event for the entrepreneurial maker.
Join over 100 stall holders including artisans, craftspeople, innovators and entrepreneurs over 2 days at the historic Eagle Farm Racing Club in Brisbane.

Venue:
Brisbane Racing Club. May 4-5. Saturday 12pm to 6pm – Sunday 10am to 5pm. Conveniently located only minutes from the Brisbane Airport and the Brisbane CBD, with accommodation near by.

For the artisan:
The Makers Expo was born from an idea to bring craftspeople and artisans together into a creative space with the ability to network, market and sell bespoke products while showcasing their craft to the industry and public.

Market, connect & sell:
The Makers Expo is the link for your business to connect, display and market directly to a targeted audience. Engage and network with key industry decision makers and to the general public. Whether you are new to the industry or an established company looking to build brand awareness and launch new products, The Makers Expo is the event to include in your marketing plans for 2019.

Talk to us about your needs:
The Makers Expo team are industry professionals within the media industry specialising in the marketing and promotion of businesses, with over 50 years experience collectively. We can build a customised plan with the right level of interaction & touch points that suit your business.

Sponsorship Opportunities:
There are a number of exclusive, relevant sponsorship packages available around naming rights of competitions held at this expo. Contact Cafe Culture on
02 6583 7163 to discuss or email info@cafeculture.com





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