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ACH: Upcoming Foodworks Event

From: Shalini Sivakrishnan <shalini.sivakrishnan@ach.org.uk>
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ACH is collaborating with Foodworks to organise a workshop for migrants (Third Country Nationals) interested in the food business industry.

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  1. Workshop 1: Exploring the Food Industry (Workshop 1) Tickets, Wed 19 Jan 2022 at 10:30 | Eventbrite
  2. Workshop 2: Exploring the Food Industry (Workshop 2) Tickets, Wed 19 Jan 2022 at 13:00 | Eventbrite

ACH is delighted to invite you to our upcoming workshop for entrepreneurs from a migrant* background. This workshop will be provided by ACH, West of England Growth Hub and Foodworks to provide specialist advice and guidance in business start-up in the food industry.

Since 2018, ACH has been providing business support to people from a refugee or migrant background. We are currently running our Migrant Business Support programme (in collaboration with West of England Combined Authority and University of Bristol), a programme that provides personalised support with the launch or growth of a business. As part of this programme, we are always looking for ways to better provide support and meet people’s business needs.

Workshop 1 is aimed towards those that are starting in their journey of starting up a food business and would like to explore what they will need to do. The workshop will cover:

  • Exploring Business Ideas
  • Business Planning and Financial Planning
  • Food Safety and Hygiene
  • HACCP – Safe Food Production
  • Basic Regulations to be aware of

Workshop 2 will be held face to face and is aimed towards those that already have a food business and would like to stabilise and/or grow. The workshop will cover:

  • Scaling up – Increasing Volumes
  • Recipe or Product Reformulation
  • Assessing Customers
  • Food and Future Trends

We only have 10 spaces for each workshop so please sign up ASAP if you are interested and you will be registered on a first come first serve basis.

*These workshops are being offered as part of our Migrant Business Support project which is funded by AMIF. The project is aimed towards supporting Third Country Nationals to start a business or to stabilise and grow their existing business. To be eligible, the participant needs to be a Third Country National (anyone without a UK/EU or Swiss passport). To check eligibility, we will ask to view their Biometric Residence Permit, Visa or Home Office letter.

Best Regards

S Shalini Sivakrishnan

Business Consultant

Office address: 2nd Floor, Eden House, Eastgate Office Park, Eastgate Road, Bristol, BS5 6XY*

Website: www.ach.org.uk

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The Migrant Business Support project is supported by the Asylum Migration and Integration Funding (AMIF) Programme 2014-2020

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