Artisanal LA events put vendors in front of their core consumer, generate substantial media attention, open doors to new opportunities and provide an opportunity for exposure to an amazing demographic with disposable income and a genuine interest in connecting with artisans and buying local.
This isn’t another farmers or flea market – our events set the standard in LA and attract the masses. Our promotional campaign leading up to events ensures our events will bring awareness to your brand and provide the opportunity for you to connect with thousands of eager foodists, influencers and press who may have never been able to see you elsewhere, in a genuine and authentic way.
Our mission is to support community and small business owners like ourselves, so all of our vendors attend our pre-event Vendor Planning + Marketing Meeting hosted by experts in the field (including ourselves) to help you increase sales, learn to manage your reputation online and fully utilize this promotional opportunity.
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“I wanted to update you with my success… I have received almost 10 new orders and without you I wouldn’t have made those contacts! So I wanted to say thank you again for helping me grow my business. I think for us, the big AH-HA is that Artisanal is “a gift that keeps on giving.” Here we are seven months after the show and we’re still receiving inquiries on our products. We’ve successfully made several rather high profile partnerships as a result of our participation in his year’s Artisanal, but what we’ve found interesting is that these ventures have all happened months after the fact. The point being this: We’ve come to understand that Artisanal LA is a venue for laying the groundwork for future relationships. Some may come quickly, others, well, they just may be worth waiting for, and that, we’ve experienced firsthand.” – Jolie Mesmer | Laguna Salt
“When we first moved to Los Angeles one of our first outings was to the first Artisanal LA show downtown (October, 2010). It’s one of the things that convinced us that Los Angeles was a good place to launch the print studio we’d always wanted to start.” – Rosemary Dardick | Ink + Smog Editions