Fair@Square 2020 Marketplace Information

Applications are now open for the Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle 2020 Marketplace

We are going digital Interactive live streaming and marketplace.

One whole week filled with activities, the Ethical Lifestyle Marketplace, workshops, talks, cooking shows, and more starting Monday the 30th of November to the 6th of December 2020.

The Fair@Square Ethical Lifestyle Festival 2020 is the biggest event of the year for Moral Fairground.  This festival brings together a curated showcase of many sustainable and ethical products and services, in a vibrant online setting. The festival is a free public event that appeals to consumers looking for products and services in line with their values such as ethically sourced options, sustainable products, less harmful products, or interested in finding out and supporting impact-driven enterprises.  The festival will feature marketplace packed with conscious gift ideas in time for Christmas, visitors will be able to engage via the free programming, featuring workshops, talks, and entertainment.

The Festival comprises of a series of business and public events and a market place.

Expression of interest to become a vendor, a sponsor or part of the activation program close on the 15th of November.






Monday 30th of November 2020 To Sunday 6th of December 2020
Digital Interactive Live Streaming and Marketplace

Express Your Interest Today

BENEFITS OF THE ETHICAL LIFESTYLE MARKETPLACE AND ACTIVATION

stall fees

Going Digital

On our 11th year of Fair@Square we are moving this event to a digital platform. This will allow us to:
• Reach a broader network of visitors.
• Provide an opportunity for vendors across Australia irrespective of where you are located.
• Engage thousands of targeted potential customers with your product/service directly.
• Digital Activation, workshops, talks, presentations to ensure a constant flow of visitors throughout the event.

Best Timing

• Held just before Christmas to provide consumers for alternative ethical and sustainable options during gift giving season
• For businesses that might choose to purchase conscious gifts for their clients or staff.
• Over 7 days to provide visitors with plenty of time to sieve through the special offers, product range and services.
• Demonstrate your brand/product value directly to the public in creative ways.
• Engage thousands of targeted potential customers with your product/service directly to your website.






• • • WHO can Exhibit at Fair@Square • • •

  • Fair Trader of Australia (FToA)
  • A member of the Fair Trade Association of Australia and New Zealand (FTAANZ)
  • 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
  • BCorp  – a business that carries the BCorporation certification

  • 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