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Daily Tribune KaTribu Online Bazaar

(16 November to 12 December 2020)

The KaTribu Online Bazaar – titled “Tindahan ni Tarsee” — is organized by Daily Tribune to provide a platform for local micro, small and medium enterprises in support of their efforts to bounce back and move forward in the midst of the pandemic.


Each vendor will be given 15 minutes on a weekday as a “Featured Seller” to conduct live selling using the digital platforms of
Daily Tribune.


A two- to three-hour weekly bazaar will be held every Saturday from 21 November to 12 December on Daily Tribune’s Facebook Page @tribunephl where 10 minutes each will be allocated for the merchants.


All interested vendors shall submit a filled-out Registration Form with all the necessary details. The form should also indicate the top 5 products with pricing and packaging details the vendor will sell during the bazaar.


The Daily Tribune reserves the right to choose only two (2) products for each vendor to display during the Bazaar to avoid of undue competition due to repetitive products.


The Vendor Application Form will be reviewed by Daily Tribune event organizers. The Daily Tribune reserves the right to choose which vendors will be featured in the bazaar upon completion of requirements and upon agreement to the terms laid out in the contract.


Registered Vendors can display photos of the products they can sell using Daily Tribune’s platforms that includes website, Daily Tribune Facebook page (@tribunephl), Twitter (@tribunephl), Instagram (@tribunephl) and YouTube channel (TribuneNOW).


If there are more than five (5) products displayed, the Daily Tribune reserves the right to compel the vendor to remove the unregistered product/s.


Registered Vendors must attend the briefing via Zoom. Failure to attend will lead to cancellation of slot or participation in the KaTribu Online Bazaar.


Registered Vendors must always promote their presence, participation and other activities related to the Daily Tribune’s KaTribu Online Bazaar thru social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.


Registered Vendors must like and add the Daily Tribune’s social media pages: Daily Tribune Facebook page (@tribunephl), Twitter (@tribunephl), Instagram (@tribunephl) and YouTube channel (TribuneNOW).


Vendors must be present or seen onscreen during their live selling segment. Should there be an emergency that requires him/her/them to exit the screen or the live-selling segment, a knowledgeable and authorized representative may take over.


FREEBIES – To attract online customers, vendors may offer a product or products to be given away as prizes for a RAFFLE.



Vendors may choose to provide free samples enough for the whole duration of the bazaar.



Invite your customers to like, tweet or tag you in their photos. Coupons will be given as freebies whenever the Daily Tribune is tagged along with a featured vendor’s product being liked, shared or posted online.


Download PayMaya Negosyo app on Play Store. PayMaya is the official payment gateway of Tindahan ni Tarsee.

Click here to download.