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Modern Nigerian Restaurant Secrets Revealed

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Tue, 2018-12-11 21:50
Owners Segun and Dare

Running a restaurant business is challenging, business rates, employment costs eat into profits and the general market in areas such as London is saturated. So why would you want to start a business in this sector? Well West Africa Cooks believes that even if these facts are true there is an opportunity. There is a demand for African heritage, culture and food. Talented individuals are now catering for this. Read on and then find out what is the secret to successfully launching a restaurant business.

British-Nigerian Entrepreneur Launches Nigerian “Doughnut” Mix

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Sun, 2018-12-02 21:20
Puff Puff and Buns Mix

African and Caribbean people in the diaspora looking to start a business or enter the food (popups, supperclubs and restaurant) sector should especially read about Omolara Tayo-Sobajo a British-Nigerian Entrepreneur. You should then share her story and follower her. We need more strong female characters in business that can become icons to the young Africans on the continent of Africa and children of Africa descent around the world. We need to give the next generation, the growing population of the future positive ideas, people and leaders to aspire to. Please read on.

Nigerian West African Vegan Cooking With Lerato Umah-Shaylor

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Wed, 2018-02-14 09:43
Lerato Umah-Shaylor Cooking Classes

Today's dining experience is no longer just about having great food and drink. It's all about creating unique experiences that the modern day foodie can rave about to their followers and friends by documenting on social media accounts like Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. It's all about differentiation. The modern day chefs and cooks of the generation now have to be aware of this new reality and give their foodie public what they want.

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