I started my catering business during the pandemic which gave me the opportunity to tap into a wide range of customers during the time when restaurants were closed and we were all stuck indoors. This gave me the advantage to gain a following. Fast forward to 2021, I was still working full time for a property developer. And in one of the development we managed, we had weekly farmers market. I was working with food traders in the development. I became very intrigued to know how they started their business and saw how hard they work, of course their food was always amazing and draw me to wanting to introduce my style of food to that community. I was already catering for my customers and the feedback was encouraging. I made friends with the traders and started studying and researching how to set up a food trading business. Street food gives business owners a great opportunities to engage with customers and receive instant feedback on their dishes. I started at Royal Wharf E16 Farmers Market whilst working full time and also taking private catering gigs. At the end of 2022 December I could no longer manage a senior management role and the demand of my food business. I had to leave the 9-5 and really focus on my passion which I enjoy more.