This high-energy seminar will see three of Ireland's leading food entrepreneurs share their journey success with the audience. Each will examine pitfalls along the way, key tips on what to avoid, what to embrace, and most importantly a recipe for making a food business profitable. All three speakers are pioneers within their own category, each will share their success stories with the audience. Local Fingal producers will also showcase their products at a networking event ahead of the seminar on the evening. This event is open to food producers, café and restaurant owners and other food stakeholders throughout Dublin.Read All EventsBook Now
Dublin Food Chain is a collaborative initiative of Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin area. The Dublin Food Chain is part of an ongoing effort to harness the power of the 'collective', in order to ensure that Co. Dublin's unique food heritage benefits from the attention it deserves.
A new ‘Digital School of Food’ has been launched in Dublin this year, aimed at attracting a new stream of food start-ups and helping them succeed. An initiative of the Dublin Food Chain and the Local Enterprise Offices in the Dublin region, the online programme is the first of its kind in Europe, giving food entrepreneurs access to expert advice from their own home or office.
The new Digital School of Food is an e-learning initiative that targets food producers from idea through start-up and growth stages. It consists of an online platform that will help new and innovative food businesses to start-up and succeed.
The Dublin Food Chain is a marketing and networking forum that represents many of the outstanding food and drink producers, retailer,& distributors that are based throughout Dublin City and County. We help our members grow their food sector business through new sales contacts, networking, training, and agency support! Why not join our dynamic food network today!
The Dublin Food Chain network is dedicated to cooperation within the Dublin food sector, as a means of increasing members' profiles, and increasing sales opportunities, for food products from across Dublin County.
Amazon, Ocado and a host of other on-line sites have now become common place route to market channels for Irish food producers. These new channels bring with them both opportunity and complexity.
This specialist event saw three UK experts travelling to Dublin to share their views to be joined by Dublin food producer and Amazon expert John Jenkins. The speaker line-up included Joanna Walker, Christopher Panduro, Jefferson Webster and John Jenkins.
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