Become a Vendor
WREN’s Vendor Membership is designed for makers and artists who wish to sell their products in the Local Works Marketplace at WREN, as well as take advantage of market access, Pop-Up and Business Showcase events, and our comprehensive marketing program. (See list of benefits below). Annual Vendor Membership Fee: $75.00
|Classes and Workshops - Member receive special discounts.||✓|
|E-Newsletter - A free one-year subscription.||✓|
|Special Invitations - Opportunities to attend cultural and educational events hosted by WREN.||✓|
|Networking Opportunities - Events specifically for meeting other members to exchange information, ideas and make new friendships.||✓|
|The HUB at WREN - Free or discounted access to a place to work, create, and meet. Includes tables, meeting spaces, wireless internet, printers and a small kitchen area.||✓|
|Technical Assistance - One-on-one business mentoring or coaching services at discounted fees.||✓|
|Listing on WREN’s Website - Promote your business with our Free listing, which includes a link to your website.||✓|
|Market Visibility - Your business can benefit from WREN’s extended market visibility through its marketing campaigns and new NH Grand destination marketing programs.||✓|
|Market Access - Opportunities to sell your products in The Local Works Marketplace at WREN||✓|
BECOME A VENDOR
Forms for Retail Vendors
Once you’ve become a WREN retail vendor, it’s time to start bringing your inventory into the store! All of our retail vendor members are required to utilize WREN’s vendor inventory sheet.
The first link on this page (designed for Excel users) will automatically calculate your price vs. WREN’s retail price, based on the agreed upon 55/45% vendor split . The second link on the page (a PDF form) does not automatically calculate prices, but the footer includes WREN’s formula for determining your price vs. WREN’s retail price.
Questions? Contact email@example.com.
Caryn makes a variety of items, from simple embroidered tea towels, pillows, and hand-sewn aprons to repurposed furniture and home décor made from found items.
In addition to being one of the newest vendors at Local Works Marketplace, Barbara McLaughlin is a self-taught metalsmith with a thirst for knowledge. Barbara defines her work as “Rich Textures ~ Gorgeous Gems”, and we couldn’t agree more!”
Jeanette Fournier is an award-winning watercolorist with original paintings and prints featured at Local Works Marketplace.