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Brand Forum Brand Purpose Event & Culinary Trends Study Launch

Bord Bia Global Hub, 140 Pembroke Rd, Dublin 4, D04 NV34/Online
Wednesday 28th Sep 2022 17:30 - 20:15
Registration Closed
Event is free of charge.

Brand Forum Brand Purpose Event & Culinary Trends Study Launch

This event is open to Bord Bia client companies only.  There is limited capacity and priority will be given to Brand Forum members. 

Presentations:

Tanya Clarke, The Lost Explorer

The Lost Explorer is well on the way to achieving its ambition to become the leading luxury, sustainable Mezcal brand on an international scale. This multi award winning mezcal from Mexico, has brand purpose at the heart of the business and brand. It aims to be the most sustainable in its category, working in partnership with the local community in Oaxaca, protecting the land’s biodiversity, proactively managing waste, water and energy.

Charlie Bigham, Charlie Bigham's

Charlie Bigham's sells its premium range of prepared meals in mainstream supermarkets across the UK with annual turnover of £153m at RSP. In spite of selling at a 100% price premium, Bigham’s soared up the ranking of Britain’s Biggest Brands earlier this year, moving from 87 to 55. A recent extensive multimedia marketing campaign focuses on fresh ingredients, taste and craft. Its B Corp certification has allowed the business to focus on brand purpose and promote its sustainability.

Grace Binchy, Bord Bia

This Brand Forum event will include the launch of Bord Bia’s culinary trends report where  insights will be shared on the key trends shaping the culinary world today. Highlights will include new and innovative ingredients, menus and dishes that are appearing on global menus  spanning the spectrum of top end fine dining to emerging street foods. Global in outlook the work involved speaking with a range of culinary experts around the world, from Michelin starred chefs to bloggers to ingredients specialists. The study is designed with the intention of enabling the Irish food and drinks industry understand what is coming down the tracks in the next three to five years.

For further information on the Brand Forum click HERE or contact Maria.Burke@BordBia.ie