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Hello, I’m Monique.
I help entrepreneurs to start and grow their food businesses.
Drawing on over 20 years of commercial and board level experience, in food service and food retail, I’ve helped dozens of food businesses over the last 5 years, to turn talent and ambition into successful growth businesses.
From mentoring to board management and raising investment, I will give you expert advice and support, tailored to the needs of your business. I will work with you to unlock the potential of your business, and to identify the key steps you need to take, to achieve the next phase of sustainable growth, that you know your business is capable of.
If you’d benefit from the vim and enthusiasm of a start-up entrepreneur, but the connectivity, depth and breadth of experience of a more experienced one, I’d love to hear from you.
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