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Women in Food: How To Work with Technology
Tue 25 October 2016, 18:30 – 21:30 BST
Hosted by Hari Ghotra of Tamarind Collection and harighotra.co.uk.
Tessa Cook from Olio
Sofia Fominova from Mealz.com
Nikki Webster from Rebel Recipes
Maria Lopez from Try.be
Ticket price includes a drink.
This October, Indian chef, Hari Ghotra leads a discussion with fellow female entrepreneurs on the importance of technology and food. With female presence in the food industry being a hot topic this year, Hari brings together an inspiring group of female foodies who work with technology to share their knowledge and discuss how they use technology to grow their brand.
After the discussion, there is time for you to network with the panelists as well as other guests from the food industry. You never know who you might meet whilst enjoying the Shard's spectacular views across London.
Over the last 2 years, Hari Ghotra’s website and YouTube channel have become the UK’s number one destination for authentic Indian cooking. As well as working as a guest chef at the Michelin-starred Tamarind of Mayfair, Hari is shortly to be announced as the Executive Chef of the new Tamarind Kitchen opening in Soho. Alongside this, Hari sells her own range of curry kits and spices and regularly hosts cookery classes across London and the South East.
With 'Women in Food: How To Work with Technology’, Hari has created a forum for other leaders this industry to step up and impart their advice to others wanting to get inspiration on different technologies to use with their own food business.
The following panelists will be involved in the discussion:
Tessa Cook co-founder of Olio
OLIO is a free app that connects neighbours with each other and with local businesses so surplus food can be shared, not thrown away
Sofia Fominova founder of Mealz.com
Mealz is a cooking platform that features premium recipes from top chefs, nutritionists and top bloggers.
Nikki Webster creator of Rebel Recipes
Nikki is a freelance blogger, recipe creator, food stylist and photographer and IIN health coach. Her award winning blog won the Soil Association BOOM award for the best food blog.
Maria Lopez Chief Culinary Officer of Try.be
Trybe is an app that allows people to buy and sell home cooked food.
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