Food entrepreneurs to give advice on starting your own foodie business
PUBLISHED: 12:10 12 June 2017 | UPDATED: 12:16 12 June 2017
The event at Barnstaple Library this week will hear from local foodie entrepreneurs as well as a live webcast with the founders of Propercorn, Beavertown Brewery, The Spice Tailor and Cauli Rice.
Foodie entrepreneurs will be talking at Barnstaple Library on Thursday as part of the British Library’s Inspiring Entrepreneurs ‘Brilliant Brands’ event.
The event will live-stream talks with the founders of Propercorn, Beavertown Brewery, The Spice Tailor and Cauli Rice.
Businesses, entrepreneurs and foodies are invited to the free event to find out more about how the famous food companies brought their products to market.
Attendees will be given the opportunity to quiz the speakers through a live tweet interaction on their own personal journey and find out what, if anything, they would do differently.
Local entrepreneurs, Patrick Montague of Monty’s Caribbean Kitchen and Carl Anderson of Boom Kitchen curry kits, will be speaking.
Monty’s Caribbean Kitchen began as an ‘underground’ eatery in Patrick’s garden, and is now a restaurant.
Carl created Boom Kitchen when he became fed up with ‘bland and gloopy’ sauces.
The event is free, starting at 6.30pm in Barnstaple Library. Book at: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inspiring-entrepreneurs-brilliant-brands-barnstaple-tickets-34691730901