Wednesday 28 September 17:30 - 19:00

Mission Kitchen
1st Floor of The Food Exchange
New Covent Garden Market
London
SW8 5EL

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Founders Q&A: Street Food Special with KERB

Food & Drink

Hear from KERB traders Dos Mas Tacos and STAKEHAUS, plus KERB's Head of Food, about making it big in the street food world.

Join us for some lively discussion about the highs and lows of making it in the food business world.

At these talks, London's top food founders will be sharing their stories about how they built their food businesses, and some of the valuable lessons they learned along the way.

This is an open session where we encourage participants to get involved, ask questions and apply ideas to their own projects and businesses.

Please note that this is an in-person event.

For September's Q&A, we will be hearing from street food founders Rupert Avery and Lily Bovey, plus Charlie Casey - KERB's Head of Food.

Rupert is the co-founder of Dos Mas Tacos, bringing authentic Mexican street food to the city of London. They are currently serving tacos, nachos and more from Pergola Paddington and previously at KERB National Theatre. Rupert has been KERB member since 2019 after completing the inKERBator programme.

Lily is the founder of STAKEHAUS, an all-female street food operation serving up mouth-watering steak and fries at Camden Market and KERB National Theatre. Lily has been a KERB member since 2015.

Charlie is Head of Food at KERB and a seasoned market operator. He's worked with 100s of market traders in his time and knows a thing or two about how to make it big in street food.

Mission Kitchen is incredibly excited to be collaborating with KERB on this Q&A. KERB have been at the forefront of the London street food scene since 2009, seeking out and supporting London's most exciting street food talent to thrive and grow. They operate markets and food halls all around the city and we have several KERB members here at MK as members too!

About Mission Kitchen

This workshop is organised by and hosted at Mission Kitchen, in Nine Elms.

Mission Kitchen supports growing food businesses with flexible access to commercial kitchens, professional equipment and business support. We help our members connect with other food makers and industry experts as they grow their businesses.

To find out more visit: www.missionkitchen.org

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