Insights, lessons and Experiences from successful food entrepreneurs in Nigeria
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Chef Khudu : Breakthroughs from getting kidnapped for 1wk to committing to your passion
Break throughs from getting kidnapped to catering to weddings to committing to your passion. This story might read like a Nollywood movie, but in the darkest of experiences, his conviction was born. With passion for food, Chef Khudu has found a way to bridge the gap btw being a Pitmaster and a culinary Chef. He is very talented and hardworking. On this episode he talks about his experiences coming up, the breaks he has had and how he is building his business
How to deal with competition in your food business
Competition , Competition, Competition, they can make you better or completely take away food from your plate. This is an inevitable threat we all must deal with running our business. Can anything be done about them? how can you fight them off ? how can you win the attention of customers and stave off competition? In this podcast i share some tips
Foodieinlagos- building a profitable food blogging business Taiwo Kamson
Taiwo Kamson - She is a wife, a mother of 2, ex Investment Banker, now Venture Capitalist and the founder of Foodieinlagos. Foodieinlagos offers unbiased reviews of Restaurants and they also curate unique group Dining Experiences for guests to experience Restaurants around lagos. On this episode we talk about building her brand, the challenges faced, pushing content out and ways to make money being a food blogger
89- A quick conversation with Legacy Grill Founder
Find a niche market, offer them unique products, price your items right and leverage on relationships. Ore founder of Legacy Grill formerly Legacy kitchen talks about his experience building his brand and what he plans for the future.
88- Pricing, finding your Markets and developing a brand Strategy
Selecting your prices, finding the right market, building your brand and adapting your business strategies are all challenges we will and we are facing. On this episode I speak to Ruka Founder of Sub-delight – a freshly made sub sandwich shop. Ruka is a trained Brand manager with a degree in Economics. This was an engaging conversation for me and the back and forth helped me polish my ideas and showed me areas I still need work on.
15 Business lessons from 2020, I am taking to the bank
2020 was a year full of Stops, Pauses and New beginnings. The business owners that had a thorough understanding of their business adapted and made the necessary changes. A year full of lessons, constraints, and opportunities .
We all came out with our battle scars, and lot of business lessons and life lessons, I am sharing some 15 lessons I learnt running my restaurant in 2020.