In conjunction with International Women’s Day last weekend, Selangor Dredging Berhad (SDB) and flakes.my co-hosted a weekend bazaar consisting of small sustainable local business selling their offerings to the SS2 community at The Hub@SS2.Flakes.my is a café located at The Hub@SS2 that specialises in croissants and has an extensive breakfast and brunch menu.The bazaar was held at the landscaped gardens of The Hub@SS2 on 7 and 8 March 2020.Besides the different offerings by the stalls, buskers were also performing sweet melodies to the crowd.Approximately 600 people attended the bazaar.One of them, Knotjustheadbands is a social enterprise driven with a purpose to help Malaysian communities. Their headbands are hand-picked from local block batik factories in Kelantan and hand-sewn by Malaysians of different socioeconomic status.Meanwhile, and all the way from Penang, Merry Me sold local ice-cream flavours like teh tarik
and tau sah peah
.Other participating stores included local jewellery brand Psyndrome with an all-female operations team and Qlarai which laid out various art pieces. Qlarai offered decoupaged products which is a form of art craft where cut-outs are pasted on their exquisite products such as bags, clutches, diffuser and accessories.Located at The Hub@SS2 is also Space Studio, a modern workout space that connects the art of lights and sound with the physical practice of movement. Attractive packages for membership and yoga were made available during the bazaar.The Hub@SS2 was developed by SDB and is today a 2.51-acre freehold mixed-use commercial development comprising 13 low-rise retail offices and 276 signature suites located within a 44-storey tower.The project also offers public spaces such as promenade, sheltered courtyards, signature water features and landscape that aim to create a nurturing and conducive environment for people to work in.