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Date/Time
Date(s) - 28/09/2017
8:30 am - 10:30 am

Location
The Sheraton Hotel

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Networking breakfast for all working within the Hospitality and Tourism industries and associated support services and academia or for any professionals with a vested interest in the subject matter.  B2B networking and knowledge sharing in a relaxed but facilitated environment.


Delegate introductions will be folllowed by our speaker presentations and networking in the relaxed setting of the Sheraton Hotel, Edinburgh.  A buffet breakfast is also included.




This month we are welcoming: Lindsey Anderson, Founder, The Little Herb Farm 


The Little Herb Farm are an artisan food producer who have seen their turnover grow by nearly £200k in a month, with three seperate distribution deals for its flavoured vinegars. 


The Little Herb Farm have secured a deal with The Cress Company, shelf space in Selfridges, and a national listing with Dobbies Food Halls. 


The Little Herb Farm grew ffrom a passion for cooking and a rambling garden on the outskirts of historic St Andrews in Fife. Their main product is a delicious range of award-winning sweet fruit and herb vinegars. Every bottle is handmade in small batches to ensure the highest quality. 


The food manufacturer projects turnover will increase by a further 25% over the coming year after signing deals with both Hider Foods and Blakemore Fine Foods. 


thelittleherbfarm.co.uk




Thrive Networking is a unique business to business networking organisation who through structured and facilitated relaxed meetings ensure that our members and guests capitalise their experience and gain valuable introductions and grow their business networks.


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Any questions? Call 0131 526 3104


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