: The challenges I faced while running a stall was that we were only able to make like a tad bit more than what we used to buy equipment.
We made too many assumptions and the ice cream was melting.We had difficulty making the bread (which not a single soul bought) and cracking the ice.
The people have their own opinions on how to set up the stall and playing with the guns.
It was difficult to have a solid plan
There were lots of customers but we hav limited space so it was quite crowded and we also had to control them.
It was difficult to finding a final plan for the stall
There was a shortage of supplies which prevented us from letting customers buy our stuff.
The space was limited and the plan was not really well planned which led us to 'disaster' in the end.
Sometimes the plan needs to be changed
Only those with experience can be trusted.
there were people trying to rush in to the game and it caused a lot of confusion and took up quite alot of time
We were not sure how well our store would do and we did not know what to sell at the stall. We were also very scared of fierce competition from the Sec 2s, who were doing food stalls.
We did not prepare our products at all
There were too many customers at one point and they kept pestering us to let them inside and we had to control them.
The ice box we had was too small and the ice cream was melting. At first we also had difficulty breaking up the ice but with a little water the problem was quickly solved.
The stall was messy and i think the products should have been properly handled.
We realised our resources were not enough and we did not consider the time span of the whole bazaar.
Co-operation between stall owners and the customers were a little terrible.
The hygiene problems. ==
Messy arena, managing the customers, ensuring that no one cheats, coming out with a winner and give away the prize, getting everyone to cooperate (crew members and customers)