Early 2017 Roadshows - book your place

January 04, 2017

In February this year, we're hitting the road and bringing our brand new Spring range to you. We're hosting two Traidcraft Roadshows, one in London and one in Birmingham, and they are not to be missed.

You can experience our new products first hand, enjoy a free lunch, and hear the very latest from the heart of Traidcraft in a series of talks. You'll also benefit from an additional 10% discount on both craft and card orders made on the day.

If you want to be come along to a roadshow, book your place early to avoid missing out. Simply email ftradmin@traidcraft.co.uk and state which event you want to attend and how many places you want to book.

 

Here's the schedule for each Roadshow...

 

LONDON

Sat 11th February 2017 10am - 4pm
Amnesty Human Rights Centre, 17-25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA

Programme for London:

10am Coffee, view our fab new Spring range, grab some bargains in our Sale and taste our new grocery products.
10:50am Act of worship (optional) – Spring range and Sale held in separate location throughout.
11am ‘Which bit about fair trade have we changed so far?’ – Robin Roth, Traidcraft CEO. Followed by Q&A
12noon ‘Putting a Spring in their Step’ – Nicky Robinson (Director of Non-Food) talks about the people behind our Spring craft range.
12:30pm Lunch (sandwiches and fruit provided) – continue to view range and browse Sale.
2pm ‘Let It Grow’ – Jane Riley (Community & Partnerships Manager) looks back and looks forward at this life-changing campaign.
2.15pm ‘Brexit – either hard or soft, who pays the price?’ – Mary Milne (Head of Campaigns).
2.45pm ‘Our man in Kenya’ – Roderick Stuart (Head of Communications) brings footage and stories from his recent visits to Traidcraft projects.
3.30pm Finalise orders.
4pm Close

 

BIRMINGHAM

Mon 13th February 10am - 4pm
The Church at Carrs Lane, Carrs Lane, Birmingham B4 7SX


Programme for Birmingham:


10am Coffee, view our fab new Spring range, grab some bargains in our Sale and taste our new grocery products.
10:50am Act of worship (optional – Spring range and Sale held in separate location throughout)
11am ‘Which bit about fair trade have we changed so far?’ – Andy Biggs, Chief Operating Officer. Followed by Q&A.
12noon ‘Putting a Spring in their Step’ – Nicky Robinson (Director of Non-Food) talks about the people behind our Spring craft range.
12:30pm Lunch (sandwiches and fruit provided) – continue to view range and browse Sale.
2pm ‘Let It Grow’ – Jane Riley (Community & Partnerships Manager) looks back and looks forward at this lifechanging campaign.
2.15pm ‘Brexit – either hard or soft, who pays the price?’ – Mary Milne (Head of Campaigns).
2.45pm ‘Our man in Kenya’ – Roderick Stuart (Head of Communications) brings footage and stories from his recent visits to Traidcraft projects.
3.30pm Finalise orders.
4pm Close