Curated CraftGet closer to your community and support local brands with our
curated collection of treasures. Order online or find us at a pop-up market this Holiday Season.
About usWe empower local brands and merchants to expose their goods and services in the modern market,
Our vision is to connect customers to their local brands like never before.
Style & Quality
We put the U in community and the “< br >” in a brand! We are proud to present products that are made locally and handcrafted by NJ-based brands and makers.
We believe in craft and in comfort. Get closer to your community and support local brands with our Atlas Portals and Mobile Store this Holiday Season.
Interested in Joining our Team? Contact us about vendor partnerships and collaborations.
Collaboration comes to You
We love smiling faces. At the Mobile Store, take a break from the bustle. Atlas Emporio is teaming up with local makers and muses to transport and display handcrafted treasures across the tristate area.
Look out for pop-up appearances across NJ, as well as events, games, and promotions supporting local business. Upcoming Events:
- Marketspace Winter Village : November 24 : Clinton, NJ.
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Support Local Business
As a brand collaborative, we compete in a globalized world by leveraging our coordinated brands as community members, makers, and mentors.
This online marketplace for regional brands, beyond providing a point of sale, serves as a resource for up-and-coming local makers.
More Economic Activity
$68 of every $100 spend at a local business stays in the community. When spending the same at a non-local business, only $43 stays in your community.
Million Small Businesses
Local Business is the cornerstone of a sustainable economy. Small businesses have accounted for 65% of new jobs since 1995, employing over half of the U.S. workforce.
Small businesses donate 250% more than larger businesses to non-profits and community causes, and 59.3% of makers use recycled materials in products.