Due to the current pandemic and the economic impacts it has had, we will not have an event in 2021.
Are you interested in being a vendor?
Do you want to start your very own business?
Do you have a business and want a forum to market your products or services?
You have come to the right place!
The 2020 Fairfax Children's Business Fair will be hosting an INDOOR marketplace with up to 60 plus vendors on August 22nd from 1 - 4 p.m. at the Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center, 3740 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA. This is almost triple of what we did last year (scroll down to learn more about last year's event)
For only $25.00, you will be provided with two chairs and a table and most importantly a space to promote your business with 60 plus vendor peers (ages 6-16) at a central point in Fairfax, VA.
So what are you waiting for, develop your brand, create a product or service, build a marketing strategy, and then open for customers at our one-day marketplace.
Still not convinced, here are some reaction to last year's fair:
"We have done a few children's business fairs and this Fairfax was definitely a great experience!"
"The organizers did a fantastic job, the weather was great, and the kids made money! We would love to participate again next year!"
"Yes, it was a lot of fun!"
"It exceeded our expectations. The kids enjoyed themselves, learned a lot in the process. The event was well-organized!"
More about last year's fair:
In 2019 we hosted 25 booths at the first annual event At Fairfax Estates Tennis and Pool at 5601 Snowy Owl Drive, Fairfax, Va on August 24,
2019. You can check out the pictures from our event at our Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/kidsbusinessfairfairfax/
. Also take a moment to like us on Instagram - kidsbusfair and Twitter - @kidsbusfair.
The event was sponsored by Acton Academy, the Acton School of Business, and the generous support of our donors like She-EO, Allegra Marketing Print Mail, Marian Lozano Photography, Fairfax Club Estates, CCI Screenprinting, Inc, Georgetown Carpet
and volunteers. We all believe that principled entrepreneurs are heroes and role models for the next generation.