10/10 - 11/10/2020

Technopolis, City of Athens


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10/10 - 11/10/2020

Technopolis, City of Athens

The Meet Market – Technopolis, City of Athens
Machineworks Courtyard & Central Courtyard
Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 October, 2020
12.00-22.00 each day
Pireos 100, Gazi 11854

We are all living in the covid era and trying to adapt and ride these new waves.  In such a strange time, dealing with such a complex issue, we are trying to evolve and bring you an outdoor-only Meet Meet Market this October 10 & 11 at Technopolis, City of Athens.  Expect to find lots of amazing products from local Greek designers, all safely distanced at least 3 meters apart from each other, being sold by masked vendors with bright eyes and freshly disinfected hands.

Indeed, we have gone back and forth about whether we should do a Meet Market or not right now, but we eventually decided that we have to keep on keeping on – with health & safety as our main priority – and find a way to survive creatively, continue working and existing as businesses in this new normal.  We are not in denial of this global pandemic – not at all.  Taking all necessary and appropriate safety measures, we want to show that we are able to gather in a responsible way, in an outdoor environment, keeping safe distances from one another, wearing masks and staying careful yet optimistic.

From our side, we will do whatever we can to make this possible, and we ask that you do the same.  So if you want to join us this October, please do so.  Make sure you are feeling healthy, put on your mask, wash your hands, a help us show prove that we can adapt in a responsible way.

The Meet Market: A monthly celebration of the entrepreneurial spirit… A nomadic market place of local goods, fresh ideas and friendly folk. An audio-visual jigsaw of handmade & independently designed clothes, accessories, art, objects, organic body products, home ware, tasty food, vintage & retro collectables, records, interactive games, free prizes, dj sets and good vibes.



*subject to updates & potential changes of the Covid19 measures*