On Tuesday 29th November 2016 Pop Up Africa and Start Ups for Africa organised an event called #African Food 2016 this took place at FaceBook headquarters in Camden, London. This article is about the night's event and what we can learn to growth the African food market.
London’s biggest African inspired shopping experience returns to the Capital on Monday bank holiday 30th May which is Spring Bank Holiday at the starting time of 10:00am. Africa at Spitalfields has fast become a popular feature on the calendar of the globally famous Spitalfields, the success of this free event has brought it into its fourth year. Africa at Spitalfields 2016 visitors can expect to be thrilled by this vibrant celebration of African culture as the Spitalfields traders market is transformed to provide a taste of the exotic.
Three reasons why you should take up a traders stall at Spitalfields in May 2016
- The glass ceiling, diversity and inclusion at your work in positions of power in management. Frustrated? See Hollywood boycott, #blacklivesmatter, the gender, ethnic pay gap and gender pricing
- No pension in your future, so start your life time business now. Build the future today. Never retire. Support your family with flexibility
- Real opportunities exist for first, second and third generation African and Caribbean entrepreneurs