In six years Kerb has taken street food from a risky career-swap for bored bankers to a booming business turning over £11.5million a year.
The launch of its sixth and biggest weekly pop-up market at St Katharine Docks on July 6 marked the dawn of a new era for the company, started by a group of friends in 2012.
“We want to develop a legacy at St Kats that is more than just a street food market,” said head of markets Ian Dodds who worked as a policy advisor for Labour before joining Kerb.
“I think it’s the beginning of something quite exciting.
“Kerb is a mature business now and we are looking at ways of upscaling some of the biggest challenges of having a sustainable food business in London, not just in markets but by putting traders in bricks and mortar retail opportunities.
“It could be sites that we own or that we help the traders get into.”
Jul 16, 2018 0In six years Kerb has taken street food from a risky career-swap for bored bankers to a booming business turning over £11.5million a year.
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