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KERB Workshop - One-Day Full Immersion
Sat 13 May 2017, 10:00 – 18:00 BST
Are you interested in getting into street food? Then this is for you.
The KERB Workshop 2017 is a full immersion in how to win at slinging food on the street. Our latest edition of this popular and impactful one-dayer brings together will provide powerful insight from some of the industry's top pros. These people 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.
And of course, the food we lay on throughout the day from our KERBanists will be on point. Any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ross Curnow, Mother Clucker - Making money, expanding, but keeping it real
Meriel Armitage, Club Mexicana - Making your brand stand out, and stand for what you believe in
Hugh Duffie, Sandows - Going wholesale and getting your product into shops
Grace Regan, Spice Box - How the first year went
Nick Friedman (the godfather of street food), Jamon Jamon - The nuts and bolts of setting up, and running a street food stall and tricks of the trade
Alec Owen, Baba G's - Learning from your mistakes and getting the spirit right
Robert Machin, KERB - The health and safety pro teaches you how trade and trade legally
Ollie Hunter, KERB - How to get a pitch, and how to open doors (not literally)
"The KERB workshop is the most brilliant introduction to London street food and its movers and shakers imaginable, and I left excited, inspired and ready to dive in. I can't think of a better way to get top feedback on your idea, ask everything you've been wondering about, and meet the minds that make it all happen. Lots of fun, great food, and full of fresh faces and ideas. Kimchinary wouldn't have left the drawing board without it."
Hanna Soderlund, Kimchinary
"This is the perfect resource for any trader looking to venture into this world...What? Where? Why? How? The workshop saved my sanity, time and money which are all so crucial in starting a street food business"
Yuki Maruko, Yu Kyu
Godfather of Street Food