We’re giving eight food entrepreneurs the opportunity to fast-track their start-up to success.
Via a six-week, hands-on programme of education and inspiration, participants will be armed with the tools and skills they need to run a profitable, sustainable food business. They’ll also be given one year’s access to a workbench at Karma Kitchen in north-west London.
Each two-and-a-half-hour session – covering everything from identifying customers to pricing strategies – will be overseen by food expert and start-up trainer Vhari Russell, of The Food Marketing Experts.
Please note that applications closed on 11 December.
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If you have a food business idea or start-up under two years old based in the UK, you’re eligible. We are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community - a place where everyone can be themselves and succeed on merit. We warmly welcome people from a wide range of backgrounds to apply.
Alongside the weekly sessions – which begin in January 2021 – participants will be given access to Karma Kitchen in Wood Green, London, and be profiled on Enterprise Nation.
All applicants will be given one year’s free access to Enterprise Nation, where they can access timely expert advice, an exclusive e-learning course, build new connections, and attend exclusive events.
The Food Fellowship is open to any food entrepreneurs based in the UK who have an idea for a food business or a start-up that is less than two years old.
We are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community - a place where everyone can be themselves and succeed on merit. We warmly welcome people from a wide range of backgrounds to apply.
There are 8 spaces available on the Food Fellowship, awarded to the most promising food entrepreneurs. This will be judged based on the chances of success, and the likelihood that the programme will help the applicant turn their idea into a reality.
Once enrolled on the Food Fellowship initiative, applicants will:
Uber is passionate about supporting the drivers and couriers who use its platform, during what has been a particularly testing time. It also cares deeply about the small businesses and restaurants on its Uber Eats platform.
That’s why it’s teamed up with Enterprise Nation – the UK’s most active small business network – to co-design three support programmes: one for drivers and couriers using the Uber app, one for restaurants on Uber Eats, and another for aspiring food entrepreneurs.
Further, Enterprise Nation is offering all applicants to the programmes free membership to its platform – and all the ongoing support and advice it offers – for 12 months.