Three local craft businesses are joining Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market for a week’s free trial from 21 May, as part of an international campaign to encourage entrepreneurs to consider local markets as a home for their businesses. The creative businesses will be based in Dundas Indoor Market, part of Dundas Shopping...
A Chinese import export business has chosen Middlesbrough’s Dundas Market as the venue for its first retail venture.
A new business selling African and European men’s and women’s clothes and accessories has opened in Middlesbrough town centre. Demada Chic Boutique has launched in Dundas Indoor Market with a range of original African designed and made women’s and men’s outfits, alongside European clothing ranges. Owner of Demada Chic Boutique,...
Shoppers in Middlesbrough’s Dundas Indoor Market can win shopping vouchers worth up to £100 simply by spending just one pound in the market between 17 and 24 May, as part of an international campaign to encourage people to use their local markets.
Books of all genres, from classics, academic, sci-fi and horror, to comics and graphic novels, as well as local history, and books about Middlesbrough Football Club, will be on sale at the Dundas Easter Book Fair.
Middlesbrough’s Dundas Indoor Market, part of the town’s Dundas Shopping Centre, claims it is the easiest place in town to start a business.
Organic, vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and Korean foods, all locally produced, will be the stars of a Fairtrade Middlesbrough Food and Drink event in the Dundas Shopping Centre on Saturday 4th March 2017.
A Middlesbrough town centre indoor market is celebrating the first success of its business creation and growth scheme.
A real success story – launched late last year, our Enterprise unit scheme is already achieving great results!
A chef who has cooked for the Queen, and other members of the Royal Family, has opened an artisan baker’s shop producing traditional hand-made bread and cakes at ‘supermarket’ prices in Middlesbrough town centre.