Vision One Sponsor Bread & Butter Festival

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Bread&ButterFest – Love Food & Drink?

Vision One (Food and Drink Research specialists) are proud sponsors of this year's Bread&ButterFest - the UK's first Food Founders Festival.

Bread & Butter is a 2-day conference and Bootcamp on 13th and 14th November and aimed at emerging and scaling food and drink brands. The event brings together food and drinks founders and innovators, investors, media and industry leaders all over the country.

The idea of the festival came through the shared vision of two food founders, Jason Gibb and Tara Mei, who were both passionate about shaking up the way food and beverage industries actually work. Every year in the UK, around 16,000 new brands emerge and yet, 90% of them don't make it past their first year of trading.  Bread & Butter is therefore, a celebration of the food and drink industries entrepreneurial spirit.

The event will involve two days full of trade secrets and industry insights from more than 90 leading food and drink icons and there will be a chance for you to join discussions in the four workshops, talk rooms and activity zones. You can find the agenda of what's going on for the day here.

Being experts in food and drink research, we know retail, consumer and shopper insight is the foundation to developing a real and deep understanding of how customers think and feel about your product or services and how to dramatically optimise the probability of success.

Tony Lewis and Duncan Swan will be attending the 2-day event and look forward to meeting everyone and the chance to discussing any challenges you might face - our skills and areas of expertise include; branding, new product testing and packaging research and much much more.

So if you're in the Food and Drink industry and interested in strategy, branding and market research then this is definitely an event not to miss! Get your tickets today and come along!

If you missed the opportunity to attend this event, there is a chance next year! read up here.