Event Date: 7:30am, 11th October 2017
Location: Áras Chrónáin Irish Cultural Centre, Watery lane Orchard Lane, Clondalkin, Dublin, D22, Ireland
Ticket Price: €10
This workshop will bring together three high-level speakers from the food sector on the topic of foodservice. The speakers will each guide participants through their foodservice journey and share tips and advice.
The foodservice sector is worth over €7.5 Billion annually and can be a real opportunity area for food producers. Whether your interest lies in finding a foodservice distributor or growing your sales through a new sector, this event is for you.
Deirdre Moriarty- Trading Manager, Musgrave Group
Succeeding with Musgrave Wholesale Partners
Deirdre is Trading Manager (Own Brand & Innovation) for Musgrave Wholesale Partners, part of Musgrave Group, Ireland's leading grocery retail and wholesale company. Deirdre will provide an overview of the business and some tips regarding succeeding in the foodservice sector.
Dom McGroddy- Owner, Lily’s Tea Shop
Overview of our Foodservice Journey
Lily and Dom formally began Lily's Tea Shop as a full-time business in 2014 with the help of the Food Academy programme. Over the last 10 months, Lily and Dom have developed their market reach and now supply their tea to 70 nationwide stores and counting. Dom will share Lily’s Tea Shop Foodservice Journey and how they have succeeded in the sector.
Barry McNerney-Co-Owner, Junior's Deli & Cafe, Paulie’s Pizza, The Old Spot and Lotts & Co.
Advice from the Coal Face
Over the past decade, Barry and Paul McNerney have left their mark on the crossroads at Beggars Bush of Dublin 4. Between opening Junior’s on Bath Avenue in 2008 and Paulie’s Pizza around the corner on Upper Grand Canal Street in 2010, as well as being partners in the excellent gastropub The Old Spot on Bath Avenue, these brothers and their teams have made this little patch of Dublin 4 considerably tastier. Barry will provide his insight of the sector currently and advice to help you on your way.
This event is being led by LEO South Dublin and will be held in Áras Chrónáin Irish Cultural Centre, Watery lane Orchard Lane, Clondalkin, Dublin 22. Áras Chrónáin Irish Cultural Centre is a unique oasis of vibrant Irish Language, Music, Song, Dance and Culture within a magnificent Georgian house right in the heart of old Clondalkin village. Parking is available for 30 spaces and additional parking nearby in the Mill Shopping Centre. http://www.araschronain.com/
This event is open to cafes, restaurants and food producers seeking to create new foodservice opportunities.
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.