5 Easy Steps To Set Up Your Own Market Stall

Practical box trailers are ideal to use to sell goods from at a market.  They are available to buy in a range of sizes from online box trailer manufacturers and suppliers.  Whether it’s a long-term venture or to get your market stall business set up, great value for money box trailers tick all the right boxes in terms of:-

  1. Space
  2. Interior lighting
  3. Easy maintenance

If you’re interested in setting up your own market stall, don’t forget to register your company.  Whether you’ve always dreamed of launching and running your own market stall, or you have a product that you wish to test to get it off the ground, easy-to-handle box trailers are an affordable and quick way to start a business.

Do plenty of research

There’s plenty of helpful information online to get you started.  Nobody is saying that running a market stall is going to be easy, expect to work long hours in sometimes unpredictable weather.  However, selling products in a market environment from a box trailer will provide shelter for you and items on sale.  Working among a busy market community is the ideal starting point in running your own business and a great opportunity to make money.

You will be able to interact with your customers every day, finding out what they like and what they don’t like.  It’s also a great opportunity to gain invaluable feedback about what you’re selling and what extra lines you can sell.  Here are 5 easy steps to set up your own market stall:-

  1. Stand out from the crowd – distinguish your market stall and service from the masses by doing business from an eye-catching box trailer. Blueline trailers will be able to help you with this.  They provide the perfect space for sign writing, adding company branding, logos as well as graphics.


  1. Do your homework and get your product at the right price – like any start up business, it’s important to do your homework by conducting market research in terms of what to sell, when and at what price.
  1. Different types of markets – there are many different types of markets from farmers to retail, bric-a-brac to clothing.  There are also indoor markets, outdoor markets, week days to weekend only markets.  You need to be adjustable to meet the needs of your customers.
  1. What type of trader are you – knowing where and what you plan to sell will help you decide what type of trader to be.  You may want to be a permanent stall owner or operate on a more casual basis.  Both have their advantages, so be flexible and accessible.
  1. Practical box trailers – trade from box trailers that come with roller shutter doors as standard.  There’s also the option to choose drop down tail gates and other customisations like lock-load tracking.

Remember when it comes to market trading, trader directories are your friend, so read them.