By Francesca James, Founder, Great British Entrepreneur Awards & Community I’ve been talking to a number of entrepreneurs recently about how they have pivoted or adopted a ‘plan b’ during these challenging times. In this episode I talk to Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick, the founders of Chuku’s. Previous Great British Entrepreneur Awards’ 2018 Finalists, we’ve […]
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Posted on 12th June 2020 in Entrepreneurship for good, Family Business, Fashion & Beauty, Food & Drink, Great British Entrepreneur Awards, Great British Entrepreneurs, small business, Young Entrepreneurs.
The successful applicants for Mission Ventures’ new accelerator programme as part of The Good Food Fund have been announced.
“Smokey Pete and Sam Van Tân are out on the road cooking up a storm and now with the help of the Development Bank, we can also offer the good people of Cardiff an amazing taste of Italy right here in Cardiff Indoor Market. It’s a recipe for success,” Jeremy Phillips, co-founder.
Mission Ventures is on the hunt for brand owners passionate about addressing this growing challenge. In return we will be providing a package of business support as well as access to a share of £1.8m of working capital from The Good Food Fund. They are recruiting UK-based SME and start-up brands that are challenging incumbent […]
Posted on 17th April 2020 in Food & Drink.
It’s easy to start feeling more than a little overwhelmed with the bad news right now which is why The Great British Entrepreneur Awards are on a mission to highlight the good; the entrepreneurs & businesses who are doing amazing things, who have achieved so much (before and during the Covid-19 pandemic), who may have […]
2018 was a huge year for the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards with 3,000 entries. And a big chunk of those came from the food & drink industry. From mouth-watering burgers, to silky craft ales and fiery street food; show-stopping noodles to ethical juices and eco-conscious confectionaries, the entries were incredible, so, they decided to give […]
Firms in England and Wales’ food and drink sector are readying plans to create tens of thousands of new jobs in the next five years, as they look to drive growth at home and abroad, according to a new study by Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking.
UK food and drink manufacturers have reduced their carbon emissions by 19% since 1990 — the equivalent of one million tonnes of CO2 — according to a new report published by the Food and Drink Federation1.