19th November, 2019 at 9:30am
Ideas for Breakfast: Meg Doherty
Talk | Dishoom Carnaby Street — For our members and programme participants

Join us to hear the thinking behind an extraordinary social enterprise, over an equally impressive breakfast at Dishoom.

Our Ideas for Breakfast series has been graced by a feast of designers and creative business thinkers. From Wagamama's Alan Yau to Suitcase Magazine’s Serena Guen, Cubitts founder Tom Broughton to The Gourmand's editor Dave Lane — all have generously shared their storries and learnings in the comfort of Dishoom's Kingly Street conservatory. 

On the morning of Tuesday 19th November, we’ll be joined by Meg Doherty, founder of social enterprise Fat Macy's — a brilliant social enterprise training aspiring chefs "to serve up food with heart, creating a recipe that helps young Londoners make the journey from hostel to home." You can read more about the purposeful, high-impact work that Meg and her team are undertaking at their website here; and if you're curious to hear more from Meg in person about the cultural contexts and creative catalyst for Fat Macy's — over a fittingly delicious breakfast courtesy of Dishoom — please drop us a line below.

Event Details
  • Location:
    Kingly Street,
    London, W1B 5QB,
    United Kingdom
  • Start:
    19th November, 2019 at 9:30am
  • End:
    19th November, 2019 at 11:00am

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