We’re proud to announce the launch of our second KERB impact report.


Kicking off as a pop-up market on a King’s Cross building site in 2012, KERB’s mission was to disrupt the bland, boring lunch lives of Londoners. Since then, we’ve developed a  community of ambitious, flavour-forward entrepreneurs, running colourful and creative pop-up markets and events across the city. Fast forward 12 years, and KERB is now a collective of 158 (and growing) members of the country’s newest and most exciting street food businesses.


At KERB, we believe in delivering positive social impact through various initiatives across London and beyond. Through our weekly lunch markets and social enterprise, KERB+, we work with a network of brilliant impact partners to develop pathways into work and business. We engage, coach, incubate, and accelerate small independent businesses via our coaching programmes To date, we are proud to have nurtured over 500 of these into thriving successful businesses. We also continue to deliver impact through our Food Hall, Seven Dials Market in Covent Garden, and through our nationwide public and private events.


      • At KERB, we’re committed to making a difference and in just one year we’ve exceeded all of our impact expectations:

      37 graduates of the inKERBator programme
      158 members of KERB
      1850+ hours of FREE business and employment coaching delivered
      220 aspiring entrepreneurs on our Coaching For Business programmes
      55 individuals on our ‘Coaching for Work’ programme receiving free support into paid employment
      95,000+ dishes served at our weekly London lunch markets
      49 bricks and mortar sites belonging to successful KERB members
      5500+ trading opportunities provided for members every year
      £23.5 million net revenue generated for KERB members
      £146,000 of start-up capital provide to 19 new food businesses

      KERB+ is on the ground supporting small businesses, aspiring entrepreneurs, and individuals, all supported by KERB Events and our Food halls. Not only do they provide opportunities for our members to accelerate their businesses, but 5% of all profits are donated to the social enterprise KERB+, furthering our mission and feeding the ecosystem.


    At KERB, we’re not just about food; we’re about making a difference in people’s lives. Our commitment to delivering positive social impact drives everything we do, from supporting budding entrepreneurs to feeding communities across the globe. As we launch our second annual impact report, we’re proud of how far we’ve come, but even more excited about the journey ahead. Our vision is to become the most impactful hospitality company in the world, all while creating opportunity and joy, from the KERB – up!