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Food & Beverages

The latest instalment in our regular series of events for sophisticated investors.

An evening of networking, drinks and canapés at Asia House, with pitches from three exciting growth businesses fundraising with Growthdeck.

Wednesday 26th April 2017
from 6pm

Asia House, 63 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7LP

In association with:
Smith & Williamson


Arrival and Drinks reception

Welcome from Andrew Hodson, Head of Business Development, Growthdeck

Introduction from Smith & Williamson

Sector Overview from Kevin Bacon

Kevin is former Managing Director of Jamie Oliver Restaurants and co-founder of the popular chain Frankie & Benny's. He is one of the UK's leading hospitality experts and will be sharing his insights on the food and beverage sectors.

18:30 - 19:15
Pitches from 3 exciting businesses with Q&A sessions
Oh You Pretty Things

Oh You Pretty Things is a profitable chain of Champagne and cocktail bars designed specifically for shopping centres and department stores. They will soon be launching a range of new bars with a major UK retailer.

Halo Coffee

Most recently featured in Business Insider and GQ Magazine, Halo is a completely biodegradable coffee capsule designed with an innovative filter to house and protect incredible flavours and carefully packed with the world's rarest, most desirable, perfectly brewed coffees.

The Chilli Pickle

The Chilli Pickle is an award-winning Indian restaurant based in Brighton profitable on an annual turnover of £2.2m, raising capital to open 4 new eateries across the South of England.

Networking, with drinks and canapés prepared by The Chilli Pickle

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