The Hope Fair will once again return to delight Bangkokians at the Ballroom, 7th floor of Avani Sukhumvit, Sukhumvit Road, tomorrow from 11am to 8pm.
The fair will offer a wide range of products and services made with love and passion. They include home-made gourmet food, handcrafted fashion, healthy snacks, kids' clothes and games, natural cosmetics and wellness treats, and home decorations.
Visitors can engage with vendors who will share their expertise, as well as taste a variety of gourmet treats and delicatessen goodies.
Held with a dedication to promoting sustainable and locally produced artisanal products, the event focuses on promoting conscious shopping experiences by offering organic, handcrafted, recycled, durable, fair trade, and other homegrown products and services.
Visitors are invited to bring their unused or gently used shoes, clothes and household items to be donated to Bangkok's underprivileged children at the Mercy Centre. The foundation will collect the items on-site and redistribute them to those in need.
In collaboration with the Women Entrepreneur Brand, this Spring 2023 edition will also feature two conferences free for entrepreneurs, artisans and interested persons.
ML Laksasubha Kridakon, owner of Laksasubha Hua Hin Resort, will share her expert insights on how talented artisans can successfully provide their products to luxury boutiques, and how these partnerships can benefit both parties. Her talk will begin at 2.30pm.
Then, Victoria Arnold, who has over a decade of experience in the hospitality and travel industry as a brand strategist, will discuss points such as expressing your brand's purpose and using storytelling to connect with audiences to build a successful brand.