British Street Food Awards Presents ‘Future Food Legend’ Award

Award

Are you new to the street food game? But already Thinking Big? In which case you could be in the running for the BSFA Award for Future Food Legend sponsored by Sessions.

If you win this new British Street Food Award you’ll get a four-week intensive brand development programme, which includes:

  • Marketing (photoshoot, social media analysis and plan, influencer engagement strategy and local marketing activation playbook).
  • Recipe, COGS and training playbook set-up to position your brand to scale, with Sessions’ Executive Development Chef Mark Rush. Mark has 20 years in professional food development at scale, most recently with Smash Burgers.
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  • An opportunity for eat-in and delivery residency at one or multiple of Sessions nationwide venues.

This is one serious prize. Sessions is the platform for next-generation food founders to scale, led by CEO Dan Warne (former MD Deliveroo), CFO Ian Banks (former CFO Soho House), Managing Director, Accelerator Jack Anderson (former Global Retail Growth Director Brewdog) and Managing Director, Kitchens Ben O’Brien (former founder/CEO Sourced Market).

They are sponsoring the British Street Food Awards because they’re on the lookout for the next great brand, and will provide every opportunity for independent founders to unlock massive growth through a network on nationwide kitchens with no CAPEX required.

The Awards will be running all summer. Word is out already – here are their judges Sam and Shauna talking about the 2022 Welsh Street Food Awards to Joanna Page. And here are last year’s People’s Choice winners on C4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch ready for 2022 and one more crack at the title.

Fill out your application form URGENTLY and come and show us what you can do.

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