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New free face-face workshops as a part of our Migrant Business Support Project for refugees and migrants looking to start or grow their food business.
We have two upcoming workshops for refugees and migrants* who are interested in starting a business or would like to stabilise and grow their existing business in the food industry.
This workshop will be provided by ACH, West of England Growth Hub and Foodworks to provide specialist advice and guidance in business start-up and growth in the food industry.
We only have 10 spaces for each workshop so please let us know ASAP if anyone is interested. You can email their name and contact details and I will book in by a first come first serve basis.
Workshops being held face to face on the 14th September 2021
Workshop 1 (11-12:30, St Pauls Learning and Community Centre):
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 over:
- Business planning/ financial planning (more why than how and where advice is available)
- Food Safety and Hygiene
- HACCP – safe food production
- Basic regulations to be aware of
Workshop 2 (13:00 – 14:30, St Pauls Learning and Community Centre):
Aimed towards those that already have a food business and would like to stabilise and/or grow:
Workshop will cover:
- Scaling up – increasing volumes
- Recipe or product reformulation
- Assessing customers
- Food and future trends
*These workshops are being offered as a 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.
Entrepreneurship & Engagement Manager
Tel: 0117 387 8642
Office address: 2nd Floor, Eden House, Eastgate Office Park, Eastgate Road, Bristol, BS5 6XY
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