Future Vision

As a family-owned business our ethos is to work in partnership with all of our stakeholders.

We recognize that our ultimate stakeholders are the communities within which we operate.

We believe we have an obligation to those communities to provide access to the best possible products and services that a modern sustainable market can provide.

We are striving to open up opportunities for new entrants into the markets industry in order to widen the choice and diversity of products on offer.

We will always attempt to support local producers within the communities we serve and we are committed to making fresh quality food from sustainable sources available to all, no matter what their restrictions on budget.

INDOOR MARKETS

The Indoor Markets trade predominantly under our Market Village fascia, typically within established shopping centres and include such iconic markets as Brixton Village & Market Row.

We also have another iconic indoor market which stands alone from the Market Village brand. Forge Indoor Market in Glasgow which is the largest indoor market in Scotland and recently celebrated its twentieth year serving the wider Glasgow communities.

OUTDOOR MARKETS

The Outdoor Markets are more commonly operated in partnership with local authorities and these include Charter Markets and traditional markets. We operate these markets in the beautiful lake district towns of Allerdale as well as the historic market in Stratford Upon Avon.

EVENTS MARKETS

The Events Markets include our Christmas Markets, Food and Drink Festivals, Wine Merchants Trade Fayres and International Street Market brand which operates throughout the UK, and Scandinavia. In Sweden and Denmark, the International Street Market and Italian Market put on some of the best and world renowned street markets in Europe, with an unrivalled reputation for quality, diversity and service.

Geraud Markets News

Please visit the Geraud Markets gallery news section which showcases the vibrant mix of markets, traders and Geraud staff we are proud to be associated with. ?????