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KERB Workshop September 2017
When: 24 September 2017
Where: White Rabbit, Shoreditch, EC2A 3HJ
Time: 10am-6pm
What: STREET FOOD WORKSHOP

#KERBWorkshop 2017 ROUND 3.

If you didn’t manage to get tickets to the one in May, book your place on this.

Our latest edition of this popular and impactful one-dayer will provide powerful insight from some of the industry’s top pros on how to get into the street food industry. These speakers are people who have been in your exact position, excited to start, unsure of what to do, but after years of trading and making every mistake under the sun have honed their craft into successful, sustainable businesses.

Remember, the likes of Bleecker Burger, Rola Wala, Bian Dang, Club Mexicana, Kimchinary and more all started through these doors.

And of course, the food we lay on throughout the day from our KERBanists will be on point.

*  SPEAKER LINE-UP *

  1. Biff Burrows & Christa from Biff’s Jack ShackWhat was I afraid of? How have I conquered those fears
  2. Emilie from Good & Proper TeaHow do you find the funds? Is crowdfunding a good way to go?
  3. Kate de Lord & Jack Hogarth from KolkatiScaling up from a hobby to a business
  4. Lucy Mee & Josh Paterson from Bill or Beak and Ink: The things I wish I knew when I started
  5. Ollie Hunter, KERB MarketsIs there any room for new street food businesses?
  6. Rob Machin, KERB OperationsHow to run a street food business without killing anyone
  7. Hugh Duffie, Sandows: Selling a product but not selling out
  8. Guy Jackson from Poke standing out and staying true to what you are

February workshop nuggets here.