#FoodTradeTuesday – October


#FoodTradeTuesdays are about opportunity. They're designed to nurture collaboration between people growing, selling, making or buying great food.

The fifth of the #FoodTradeTuesday series this year, the FoodTrade team present another evening of discussion, networking and damn good company.

Where: The Arts House (downstairs), Stokes Croft!

Tickets: FREE

When: 6.30pm - 8.30pm

WHAT IS #FOODTRADETUESDAY?

Inspiration: Hear inspiring stories from brilliant people that are creating Good in the food world, and meet the faces behind Bristol's renowned food scene.

This month we're welcoming:

Tim Griffiths Extract Coffee Why I chose Coffee: An exploration into how your product can change both your local, and international community

Sophie Kirk Sustainability officer, Bath & North East Somerset Council A rough guide to public procurement

Dan Oliver Researcher and consultant at Bristol & Bath Social Enterprise Network How to take your food business beyond profit

Discussion: Now's your chance to ask our speakers anything you want! The discussion-led workshop is an opportunity to bounce ideas, gather feedback, rally collaboration, or simply chat about the highs and lows of the food industry with people that understand.

Networking: Grab a glass of wine and introduce yourself and your project or produce to a supportive crowd in our networking session – get advice, support, and ideas to make it bigger and better – whether your a chef, urban farmer, cafe owner, cook, barista, baker, whatever.

Tickets are free (for a limited time only) and only 30 spaces so please reserve yours asap. Complimentary food and wine will be served

Speakers

  • Daniel Oliver

    Daniel Oliver – Social Entrepreneur, researcher and consultant. Seeds, develops and delivers new ideas with a wide range of partners. 10 years of cross sector experience as founder of two social ventures, Creative Common CIC and Bristol Energy Coop, part of the team that launched Bristol Green Capital and Low Carbon South West CIC. Now leading Assembly, a new social venture consultancy, coordinating Bristol & Bath Social Enterprise Network and a non exec director of a growing social enterprise.

  • Sophie Kirk

    Sustainability officer from Bath & North East Somerset Council

  • Tim Griffiths

    Coffee & Code. Part of the @extractcoffee team.

Sponsors

Hosts

  • The Arts House

    Late Night Licenced Gallery Café, Live Music, Cinema and Event Space. Locally sourced food, International Beers, Brazilian Coffee and Great Vibes.

Location

The Arts House

108A Stokes Croft, Bristol, City of Bristol BS1 3RU, United Kingdom

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