Event Date: 8:00am, 8th February 2023
Ticket Price: €30
Dublin Food Chain is launching a new peer learning cluster group. This cluster will have its own theme and focus, Route to Market which is set out below. The objective is that through facilitated learning at each of the cluster meetings, participants will share knowledge and hear from experts, thus building their skillsets.
Cluster Group Theme
This cluster will focus on route to market planning, covering all of the multiple retailers, discounters and specialty retailers as well as all foodservice route to markets. As well as profiling each of the routes to market, participants will share experiences, commercial expectations, buyer contacts, etc. Related topics such as food production, product costings, distribution, etc., will also be covered.
Route to Market: Targeted at micro food businesses
Dates: 8th Feb, 15th Feb and 1st March
Time: 08.00 – 09.00
The cluster make up will be as follows:
A maximum of 20 participants per cluster
Cluster meetings will take place online facilitated by James Burke
We are delighted to have secured some of the best in the industry. Each session will have a guest contributor who will share their extensive knowledge of the FMCG and foodservice sectors
Barry Broderick https://www.broderickbrothers.shop/
John Kearney https://www.strongroots.com/
Ed Spellman https://ballymaguirefoods.ie/
Peer learnings and knowledge sharing will be a big part of the model
Each session will run for 60 minutes
Three meetings will take place over a four-week period
Participants must be Dublin based and be a member of Dublin Food Chain (free to join)
Participants must be a client of any of the four Dublin Local Enterprise Offices
Participants must be trading more than 12 months to benefit from the content
The cost will be €30 to cover three sessions. See booking link below
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.