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Exhibit and sell your work

Taking part in exhibitions, trade shows and other events is a great way to promote your business, sell your work and get commissions. It’s also useful for getting first-hand feedback on your products and prices.

Careers and Employability helps UAL students and graduates to exhibit and sell their work through:

In addition, our programme of free enterprise events will help you to turn your business ideas into a reality.

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