A new “coffee entrepreneur” is needed to seize the opportunity for a business partnership.
The Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council (DVSC) is looking for candidates for collaboration focused on sustainable coffee, health and wellness.
The successful entrepreneur will receive six-month seed funding, a fully equipped space in the renovated Ruthin Market Hall, collaboration with a sustainable coffee roaster and marketing support.
The offer also includes advanced training in barista skills, along with mentoring, advice and guidance and inclusion in Ruthin Market Hall’s new film series.
Ali Carter, Director of Business and Investment for DVSC, said: “We are looking for someone with barista, creative and entrepreneurial skills, experience working in coffee retail and a passion for coffee. independent specialty coffee retail.
“This is a fantastic project in one of the region’s most exciting boutique locations, a space that brings together artisan traders and like-minded individuals with exciting and innovative ideas that support the industry. local and give back to the community. “
To apply, send Ali and the team a three minute video pitch on why you would make a great ‘coffee entrepreneur’.
Include ideas on how to strengthen DVSC’s vision to embrace, attract and encourage contemporary sustainable businesses to join the covered market.
The initiative is funded by the UK government through the UK Community Renewal Fund.
For more information on the application process, send an email to [email protected] The deadline is Saturday January 22.
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