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12 September 2019
Food for thought at Tower Bridge Court

We had an incredible day hosting the inspiring entrepreneurs who are participating in Impact Hub’s Feeding the City programme.

Impact Hub is an organisation focused on supporting a membership community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professionals taking action to drive positive social and environmental change.

The Hub is currently running an incubation programme to support start-ups and entrepreneurs who are focused on creating sustainable food-related businesses that benefit communities. The aim of the programme is to find ways to ensure that city life – and ever increasing urban densification –can go hand in hand with sustainable food production.

Businesses supported through the programme include:

  • Voodoo Burgers, a sustainable vegan burger business that also works with Make Lunch, a charity aimed at helping under privileged children with lunches during school holidays.
  • Kurds & Whey, a business that uses nearly expired milk that may otherwise go to waste and turns it into good quality cheese that is both tasty and affordable. The business also encourages women of low-income backgrounds to develop entrepreneurial skills and confidence so that they can bring this energy into their everyday lives.

FORE hosted participants in Impact Hub’s second Feeding the City programme for a whole day atTower Bridge Court as they cohort worked on their business ideas. The start-ups receive support as part of their 12 month incubation programme including guidance from business and food experts, bursaries and setting up meetings with investors.

FORE is committed to ensuring that its buildings are not only low carbon, but also create a positive social impact. At Tower Bridge Court, we are proud to work collaboratively with local community groups and businesses, charities, and social enterprises to help solve some of the key social challenges we face today and to help make a positive impact.

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