Fair@Square Exhibitors 2013

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Don’t Miss Out! This is your chance to secure your exhibitor spot!

The Fair@Square Festival connects you to consumers, a prime opportunity to get your products or services to thousands of visitors.

Exhibitor spots are still available, but you need to be quick!

Secure your place to exhibit at Fair@Square, Australia’s only one of its kind ethical festival.

Fair@Square festival exhibitors – Saturday, 30th of November & Sunday, 1st of December 2013

Fair@Square is a national, free public event held in the cultural heart of Melbourne, Federation Square. The festival celebrates ethical, sustainable, morally responsible behaviour; designed to nourish mind, body and soul. The festival promotes ethical consumption and purchases in time for Christmas.

Fair@Square has demonstrated ability to reach large crowds and diverse audiences and offers a fantastic opportunity for ethically minded businesses and organisations to promote your initiatives to audiences that are looking for more socially responsible options as well as audiences that are discovering socially and environmental sustainability.

As an exhibitor of Fair@Square you will have the opportunity to:

  • Sell your products and services
  • Product launches
  • Samples & demonstrations
  • Direct interaction with new and existing customers
  • Open new market opportunities
  • Educate consumers
  • Provide networks and contacts for retailers and consumers alike
  • Business leads
  • Build brand awareness
  • Sales and customer relationship opportunities
  • Conduct market research
  • Gain targeted exposure and
  • Marketing investment
  • Receive exclusives offers – Special Deals
The event is carefully designed to ensure that it offers social, moral, educational and multicultural experiences. The event will include an expo of up to 80 exhibitors and engaging activity programs to reach with the visitors coming to the event. ??An expected turnout of over 85,000 people will participate in this vibrant festival.

How to book your stall:

1 Complete Exhibitor Application Form – PDF
You may either complete the Application Form online, or download the PDF and send via post or email.
Online Exhibitor Application Form

2 Read Exhibitor Information Sheet – Word Document

3 View Exhibitor Information Presentation – PDF

Having trouble downloading the PDF Forms? Make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader. Get it here!

Site Plan

Please refer to links below to view where stands are located in Federation Square. Please note that this is only an example, as stands may vary for this year.

Hotel Partner

Alto Hotel is offering Fair@Square exhibitors and visitors special hotel rates with 5% off the best online rates at the time of booking
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Alto Hotel Features include:

  • Wifi included for all rooms
  • Complimentary fair-trade and organic espresso coffee in guest lounge
  • In-room instant coffee is also fair-trade accredited
  • Free helmet loan for use with Melbourne Bike Share system
  • “Sparky” the electric car to zip around town in eco chic style
  • Trams outside the door for easy access to public transport. (150 meters to route 75 on Spencer street that stops at Federation Square) Myki cards available at reception.
  • Windows open for fresh air and are double glazed for temperature and noise insulation
  • 100% of electricity from renewable
  • Carbon emissions audited and offset (scope 1,2 & 3)
  • Rooftop bee hives supply raw honey served on the breakfast buffet
Parking is available at $20 per night but guests can come and go as many times as they need. Parking spaces must be booked in advance.

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Fair@Square fair-trade+ethical Festival 2013 Package

DATE: Saturday 30th Nov – Sun 1st Dec 2013 TIME: 11.00am – 6.00pm each day PLACE: Federation Square

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Package includes:
  • 3m x 3m Floor Space
  • Construction of Marquee
  • Hard Wearing good quality marquee (three sides closed opening on stall frontage)
  • Business Signage
  • 1 X Trestle Table
  • 1 X Chair
  • Security Services
  • Cleaning Services
  • Listing and blurb on website with hyperlink
  • Listing on Program Guide
  • 1 Free Ticket to VIP Night
  • Pre event extensive marketing to promote the event

Price: $1200 plus GST
To apply for this offer complete the application form:

On-line Exhibitor Application Form or Download Exhibitor Application Form – PDF

Having trouble downloading the PDF Forms?
Make sure you have the latest version of Adobe Reader.
Get it here!

Who can exhibit at the Fair@Square festival?

Moral Fairground wants Fair@Square fair-trade + ethical festival to be authentic in its mission to have a positive impact on the environment and people by supporting fair and ethical trade and to Third World producers and Ethical business.

Credibility in a Fair + Ethical Festival is everything. When consumers see the Fair Trade Certified label, they know without a shadow of a doubt that what they are buying is made in an economically just and ecologically sustainable fashion.

The below criteria has been established to ensure the authenticity of products and services that are exhibited and thus the integrity and credibility of the show to attendees. Moral Fairground organisers screen all applications and reserve the right, at any time, to deny entry to the show any company, product or service which they believe does not meet these criteria.

Find Out Who’s Exhibiting At Fair@Square 2013

Exhibitor Listings

Fair@Square fair trade + ethical festival criteria:

  • Fairtrade accredited
  • World Fair Trade Organisation
  • Organisations working directly with producers/farmers and contribution to social and development
  • Ethical Clothing Australia
  • Creative and craft industries
  • Ethical services eg Investment funds
  • Fair trade workplaces and universities

  • Profit or not for profit business addressing local or disadvantage communities their commercial activities
  • Business that has a positive social outcome and contributes to social development
  • Businesses explicitly focused on addressing Australian Indigenous empowerment and economic development

  • NGO or campaigns groups with explicit objectives or campaigns relating to fair trade, justice for developing country farmer or workers, overseas development

  • Business and organisation supporting or implementing ethical food and food production
  • Free Range
  • Animal welfare groups
  • Business supporting no animal testing
  • Business advocating ethical food production

  • Business or organisations growing or selling local food product from small farmers
  • Handicrafts from small local producers and co-operatives
  • Environmental sustainable groups and businesses
  • Recycled
  • Sustainable fashion
  • Organic and Natural Foods
  • Organic and Natural products
  • Organic food and environmental groups like businesses that are able to demonstrate ethical and environmental standards like growing, selling local, organic food products from small farmers