Hospitality Breakfast Club Meeting: Larder Cook School, Invisible Cities & Errington Cheese

Hospitality Breakfast Club Meeting: Larder Cook School, Invisible Cities & Errington Cheese

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Date(s) - 26/03/2020
8:00 am - 10:30 am

The Sheraton Hotel

A structured B2B networking breakfast meeting for delegates working in food, drink, events & tourism. Our format includes delegate introductions, VIP speaker presentations and a facilitated Q&A session in a private room at The Sheraton Hotel in Edinburgh. A delicious hot & cold buffet breakfast with tea & coffee is also included.

Thrive is a Membership organisation but Visitors are welcome to purchase an initial ticket on the understanding that there is a feedback coffee meeting with Amanda Kremer, Founder of Thrive Networking arranged after your visit.

BOOK online or CALL Amanda to discuss on tel no: 0131 526 3104

This month we are welcoming:

Angela Moohan, Founder & Director of The Larder Cook School
Zakia Moulaoui, Founder & Director of Invisible Cities
Selina Cairns, Director of Errington Cheese

Angela Moohan: The Larder Cook School
The Larder is an innovative social enterprise with the aim of changing lives through food. They deliver high quality hospitality training for those furthest from the job market working with young people 14 yrs + to support them by building their confidence and skills to gain qualifications and move closer to work. They run several cafes that provide real life work experience for trainees who plan, prepare and serve speciality teas and delicious freshly cooked food.

Zakia Moulaoui: Invisible Cities
Invisible Cities is a global social enterprise that trains people who have been affected by homelessness to become walking tour guides. They offer alternative walking tours of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester and York with more plans to expand to other UK and international cities. They don’t believe in labels or stereotypes and want to show that everyone has great potential so the focus is on high quality training so that every guide is given the opportunity to walk you through THEIR city.

Selina Cairns, Errington Cheese

Errington cheese company is a small, family-run farm and cheese company started by Selina’s father, Humphrey Errington in the early 1980’s.

Cheese making began in 1983 on a small scale and now the farming enterprise is geared to the need for ewes’ milk in order to keep up with the growing demand for their products. Because sheep milking in the winter months is not a practical possibility in Scotland, they began buying in cows’ milk to keep up with demand in the winter. his inaugurated the range of cows’ milk cheeses, still of traditional local types which have put Errington Cheese on the map.

Thrive Networking is a unique B2B membership organisation that deliver structured meetings to ensure Members and Guests capitalise on their experience and gain valuable introductions to grow their businesses.

Book today to join our sector specific membership clubs and increase your ROI.   

Book online or call Amanda on tel no: 0131 526 3104

**When placing your order, please make sure to put in the details of the person who will be attending the event** many thanks.

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