Thanks to all the extraordinary businesses and supporters who’ve chipped in to our IndieGoGo campaign, we’re over the 15k hill and the finish line is in sight! The deadline to join or support our Guild is tomorrow, Friday 8th
There’s just five days to go! Our IndieGoGo campaign deadline is midnight this Friday the 8th July. If you’re self employed or own a business, don’t leave it too late to get a spot on our new Herb Lester map and to
We all feel uncertain about the future and the impact that the result of the EU referendum will have. The one thing that we can feel sure about is that the success of the East End is in large part
From the 6th June to the 8th July we’re inviting friends and members to help launch East End Independents’ Day via a fixed funding IndieGoGo crowdfunding campaign. The aim is to hold an annual day to champion
We’re inviting our friends and members to help us launch the EETG’s latest endeavour – East End Independents’ Day! Watch our film and then head over to our IndieGoGo page to show your support!
On Friday 22nd April, small businesses from Columbia Road, Cheshire Street, Redchurch Street, Roman Road, Chatsworth Road and Spitalfields got together to catch up, share news and feed in to our crowdfunding plans for our new East End Independents’ Day initiative at the first
We recently tested out our ideas for an exciting new Independents’ Day event with some of our loyal members at our last social at Genesis Cinema. Our first crowdfunding campaign will rally our communities together to create the critical mass
Read the response from Boris Johnson to our open letter of objection to the proposed Bishopsgate Goodsyard plans here.
We are pleased that the Mayor will consider the points we have raised. However, it is critical to keep up the pressure.
On Friday 18th March the EETG and the Just Space Economy & Planning Group brought together Turner Prize Winners Assemble, Author and Journalist Peter Marsh, manufacturers and makers, Greater London Authority and council officers, planners, property organisations, housing experts
A letter to the Mayor of London organized by the East End Trades Guild has been signed by over 140 small, independent and creative businesses in the area including Tatty Devine, Mother London, Pellicci’s, Ally Capellino and Mark Hix’s Tramshed.