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Made in NYC Week 2024 Opportunities

Posted on February 21, 2024 / Made in NYC News
All the ways to get involved in Made in NYC Week 2024—the sixth annual celebration of local making and manufacturing in New York City!

Made in NYC Week 2024 is around the corner and we’re looking for our members to join us to help make this year’s event a success!

From May 10–18, Made in NYC members will have the opportunity to be featured in limited Made in NYC Collections at over a dozen select boutiques around the city and to vend at three of the city’s best pop-up markets. Made in NYC members may also volunteer to assist with promotion and event coordination, or to provide sponsorship for a portion of the programs. More details about each of these opportunities can be found below.

The week will bring a brand new one-day festival called Taste of Made in NYC on Saturday, May 18th, so save the date, watch for your invitation in the coming weeks, and come celebrate with us.

Note: If you are a maker or manufacturer who is not yet a Made in NYC member, apply now for a free membership to be eligible for the opportunities listed below.

For the opening weekend of May 12 - 13, we are joining forces with some of our favorite pop-up markets across NYC. Made in NYC members can sell side-by-side in dedicated spaces. Apply to each market below using the provided links.

FAD Market

Empire Stores, Dumbo
  • Roving Fashion, Art and Design pop-up makers market and craft fair. This Empire Stores market is indoors.
  • Hours: Saturday, May 11 and Sunday, May 12, 12pm - 6pm
  • Cost: Full booths $320/weekend (6’ x 30" table, chair, table cloth provided). Smaller booths available for $240. Table shares for $200.
  • To Apply: Application window closed on February 26, 2024.
  • Note: Table shares available. If applying independently, we’ll pair you with another maker. If applying with a friend, both must complete separate applications. No rolling racks for table shares; full booth required for rack use.

Grand Bazaar NYC

Upper West Side
  • The largest, oldest, and most diverse weekly curated shopping market in NYC, attracting 650,000 annual visitors
  • Hours: Sunday, May 12, 10am - 5pm
  • Good fit for: Packaged food, furniture, fashion, accessories (no jewelry), home decor, art, gourmet sweets, and ice cream.
  • Booth Options: 5x10’ for $85, 10x10’ for $150. Tents (limited availability) for $20. Indoor spaces start at $70 for 6-ft table space, with larger spaces available. Tables and chair rentals range from $3 - $10
  • To Apply: Fill out online application, mentioning “Made in NYC” referral. Email Grand Bazaar to waive $40 registration fee

Apply  Email Grand Bazaar

Hester Street Fair

Pier 17 at The Seaport
  • Vibrant makers market that has empowered up-and-coming entrepreneurs to grow their business since 2010—now on the Pier 17 waterfront in Lower Manhattan.
  • Hours: Sunday, May 12, 11am – 6pm
  • Good fit for: Art, home decor, accessories, pantry items, snacks, unique gifts, fashion, games, handmade goods
  • Booth Options: 6x6’ for $115 (shared 12x12’ tent with 3 other vendors), or individual 8x8’ booth for $150. Tents provided. Table and chair rentals available for free this year!
  • To Apply: Complete online application, mentioning “Made in NYC membership” in the referral box


The Makers Show

City Point BKLYN
  • The Makers Show is a market platform that connects makers to local communities and foster the growth of small businesses.
  • Hours: Friday, May 10; Saturday, May 11; and Sunday, May 12; 11am - 7pm
  • Good fit for: Gourmet food, kids products, accessories, and novelty products.
  • Cost: $300/weekend. Table and chair rentals for $20 per weekend (limited quantity, while supplies last). Applications due April 1.
  • To Apply: Application window closed on April 1, 2024
We are once again partnering with NYC boutiques and small community-minded retailers to curate limited Made in NYC collections. Interested businesses can apply directly with individual retailers to be considered for their collection, which will be displayed prominently in their store throughout Made in NYC Week.

Da Spot NYC

Downtown Brooklyn
  • Retail space and creative platform established by three independent Black creatives in 2017 featuring 100+ creative brands by people of color.
  • Good fit for: makers from underserved communities who offer fashion, accessories, art, lifestyle and home goods.
  • Details: 60/40 consignment split. Opportunity to stay on long term based on brand performance.
  • To Apply: Complete the online application, and on page 6 under “How you learned about DA SPOT NYC,” be sure to select “Other” and mention Made in NYC.


Everythings Fine Vintage

Lower East Side
  • A collective of 40 different vintage curators, upcycled designers and artists focused on supporting small and local.
  • Good fit for: Fashion, gifts, + home goods.
  • Details: Sell both consignment and purchase wholesale. Revenue splits determined on a case-by-case basis. Interested brands should inquire to learn more!
  • To Apply: Either DM on Instagram (@everythingsfinevintage) or send an email to to express interest. Be sure to mention that you are a Made in NYC member!


Flatbush Food Co-op

  • A community-owned and open to the public natural foods cooperative, promoting personal health and nutrition and community consciousness, providing products that are organic, minimally processed and packaged, locally produced, and sustainable, from socially responsible companies. Since 1976!
  • Good fit for: Packaged food, candles, health and beauty items, and small kitchen housewares. Organic or all-natural products preferred. Please note that we will not sell items with bioengineered ingredients or artificial coloring or flavoring.
  • Details: Purchase wholesale. Interested brands should inquire to learn more!
  • To Apply: Interested Made in NYC members should email Leah with their product line sheet including wholesale pricing. Vendors must have a current certificate of liability insurance and be willing to accept 30 day net terms.


Fulton Stall Market

South Street Seaport
  • Non-profit indoor farmers market selling small-batch processed food products from 25 MINYC members and fresh and processed farm products from 75 local farmers and producers from beyond NYC.
  • Good fit for: makers of packaged food products.
  • Details: primarily consignment, inquire directly for more information.
  • To Apply: Send an email to Bob to express interest and make sure to mention you’re a Made in NYC member!


Gone to the Dogs

Park Slope
  • Direct-to-consumer ethical and sustainably made pet goods store offering limited-run hand-crafted products.
  • Good fit for: makers of pet products and lifestyle brands mirroring mission and target audience.
  • Details: 60/40 maker/store consignment split
  • To Apply: Complete online application.


IC Store by WantedDesign

Industry City
  • The IC STORE by WantedDesign proudly feature an array of distinctive products including timeless classics and modern essentials by both established and emerging designers.
  • Good fit for: gifts, home-goods and accessories.
  • Details: consignment and purchase wholesale, though new vendors usually start with consignment (50/50 split).
  • To Apply: Interested members should email a catalog, website, and information about where they make their products to and mention you are a Made in NYC member in the subject line.


NiLu Gift Shop

  • NiLu is dedicated to celebrating local artists, artisans, and entrepreneurs while fostering a deeper sense of connection within their community.
  • Good fit for: gifts, some fashion accessories, home goods (depending on size of product).
  • Details: Either wholesale (at 50% of retail price) or consignment (50/50 split)
  • To Apply: Complete the online application linked below and be sure to include Made in NYC along with your name on the application!



Park Slope
  • At RIDER, you’ll find a variety of beloved objects from makers and designers across New York & small-batch products that speak to both young and old. Ours are special finds that inspire wonder.
  • Good fit for: Home goods, greeting cards, jewelry, specialty pantry items, kids products, items that feature “Brooklyn”.
  • Details: consignment and purchase wholesale, though new vendors usually start with consignment (50/50 split).
  • To Apply: Interested members should email with their website; social media links; product line sheets including wholesale / consignment pricing, product titles; along with product imagery and lead times.


The Brass Owl

  • Hip, laid-back boutique with women’s fashion, handcrafted jewelry, personal care/beauty, gifts, and more.
  • Good fit for: feminine fashion, gifts, personal care/beauty, pantry items, and small homegoods.
  • To Apply: Interested members should email their line sheets—including product description, high-resolution photo, and retail pricing—to Nicole and mention you are a Made in NYC member in the subject line.


The Canvas

World Trade Center
  • Boutique for sustainable products, such as fashion, accessories and home decor. Interested brands must align with at least two of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Good fit for: Fashion, home goods, gifts, accessories, and food products.
  • Details: Sell on consignment, along wtih a membership fee. Inquire at first call for collaboration conditions.
  • To Apply: Complete the online application linked below!


The WonderMart

  • Connecting emerging artisan brands to customers that love all things handmade and helping reignite the idea that small shops and local makers are the true lifeblood of a community!
  • Good fit for: currently looking to stock products from illustrators, glass artists, ceramicists and jewelers.
  • Details: 50/50 consignment split (but are open to negotiating!)
  • To Apply: Send an email to, sharing a bit about yourself and your brand. Please also include a link to your instagram or online shop. And don’t forget to mention that you’re a MINYC member!



Fort Greene
  • The New York metropolitan area’s leading glass-blowing facility located in the historic Strand  Theatre in the Downtown Brooklyn Cultural District.
  • Good fit for: makers of glass products
  • Details: 50/50 consignment split
  • To Apply: Interested members should email line sheets—including product description, high-resolution photo, and retail pricing—to Meg and mention you are a Made in NYC member in the subject line.


Are you interested in vending in our inaugural Taste of Made in NYC event at the Brooklyn Navy Yard on May 18? We’re accepting applications from local makers from food and beverage to fashion, beauty and wellness, home decor, and more. Our application deadline is April 1, but we will begin notifying accepted vendors starting March 11. Apply today!


We’re looking for you! Made in NYC will be organizing a silent auction at Made in NYC Week and are looking for amazing member products to be donated and featured at this event.

If you’re interested in donating an item(s) or service to our silent auction, please complete this brief interest form. All accepted auction items must be received to the Made in NYC office by Friday, May 3, 2024.


Interested in showcasing your manufacturing process to New Yorkers? We’ve partnered with Spaciously to organize demonstrations and workshops for exciting experiences such as candle or soap making, chocolate tasting, coffee roasting, and more!

These experiences will be hosted either at your own production facility, a fellow member’s facility (such as a brewery or distillery, organized with support from Made in NYC), or on Pratt’s campuses in Brooklyn or Manhattan. Spaciously will support planning and promotion, alongside the Made in NYC team.


We are looking for Made in NYC Week volunteers to support with business and consumer engagement in the lead up this spring, and to help get things ready for our Taste of Made in NYC event on May 18. 

Let us know if you can lend a hand!

Sign up to volunteer

Made in NYC Week 2024 is made possible through the support of our generous sponsors. Please contact Taylor Novick-Finder to learn about sponsorship opportunities.

Email Taylor

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