The annual SP Business School Entrepreneur Bazaar was held on the 6th & 7th February, 2013. This annual event is an opportunity for many SP students to showcase their selling skills at the hub of Singapore Polytechnic. All Entrepreneurship Option students, some Engineering students, and secondary school students from Outram Secondary and Fairfield Methodist Secondary also participated at the event.
Lots of snacks and apparel were on sale at the bazaar. Products from Singapore Polytechnic’s Living Laboratory (SPELL) were also featured. Visitors to the bazaar would have spotted services such as manicure service and the multiple stores selling clothes at reasonable prices and the styles available ranged from “rugged” to “sweet”. This was a good chance for many to do some last minute shopping before the arrival of Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day. Accessories for ladies and guys, as well as iphones can be spotted at some of the stores. Ladies were spoilt for choices at the wide range of accessories that can be found at the bazaar. There were belts, head bands, bangles, bracelets, rings, earrings and necklaces. Bags, pouches and clutches were also on sale. Hair chalk, a pretty new and trendy item which makes temporary dying of hair possible, was also offered during the bazaar. Iphone cases and stickers of different prints and designs were also available.
There were more food and beverage stores this year. Those who love snacking could sink their teeth into snacks like Tao Kae Noi, Pretz, Pocky and Momogi, while those with a sweet tooth but prefer to eat healthy could try 8750 Creamery ice cream or Moola Energy Bars. The famous “Suckies” Tau Huay pudding was also sold at the event.
There was also a short but impactful welcome session for our Principal as he visited the bazaar on the first day. Not only did ‘daiko’ drummers make the event festive-like, Entrepreneurship Option students also presented a cute and heartwarming cheer for our Principal. Besides our Principal, throngs of lecturers, students and other visitors were seen at the bazaar.
Students and lecturers alike spent much time and effort preparing for the event to ensure its success. It all paid off with everyone involved feeling satisfied with the results. Moreover, a portion of the bazaar’s sales proceeds will be donated to charity. How’s that for a fruitful event?