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Sunday blues? This boutique market showcasing Malta’s female entrepreneurs is a must visit
Looking for your next Sunday fix? FEM boutique markets will have  you covered!

GMM team

Local business group Female Entrepreneurs in Malta is all about like-minded women who aim to support each other in their journey to build their businesses. They do this by sharing knowledge and experience in a safe and supportive environment whilst promoting passion, quality and support. 

And now, FEM has introduced the idea of Sundays as a way to spotlight local, female entrepreneurs and provide a space for them to showcase their work in the hopes of gaining more local support through regular boutique market events. 

FEM boutique Markets

Looking for something new to do this Sunday?

From a selection of 23 boutique labels taking part, you're sure to find something to suit your fancy. Whether you’ve got a sweet tooth for some vegan treats, are in desperate need of a new handbag or you just want some more plants to take care of like they’re your baby, there’s sure to be something for everyone! 

If you’re looking to find a new way to relax on a Sunday, while meeting some new and interesting people, FEM Boutique Market will take place at Ivy House in St Julian’s from 9am to 4pm every Sunday. So next time you’re lost on how to end your week, why not show some support to a creative? And when you’re done visiting your favourite stalls, have a seat at Ivy House's Beer garden and get yourself a drink. 

Have we got you excited yet? Here's some more info on the next event. 

Are you a female entrepreneur based in Malta? Find your community here.

27th September 2021


gmm team
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GuideMeMalta.com
This article was written by a GuideMeMalta team member.

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