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Angus Thirlwell CEO & Co-Founder - Hotel Chocolat
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Louise Rushworth.
We’re delighted to welcome Angus Thirlwell, co-founder of premium chocolate brand ‘Hotel Chocolat’, to our first networking event of the Autumn.
WHAT IS HOTEL CHOCOLAT ? Hotel Chocolat is a British chocolatier that encompasses a new type of chocolate company, connecting luxury chocolate making and retailing with cocoa growing – it is one of the world’s few chocolate makers to actually grow cocoa. Hotel Chocolat remains a privately owned company with the original co-founders still very much involved.
With his grandmother’s patisserie shop and his father’s ice cream business, Angus has speciality food retailing hard-wired into his genes. A childhood spent in theCaribbean, home to some of the world’s best cocoa, kindled a love for cocoa and this region – which would later lead to the purchase of a cocoa estate there. A further influence was the two years spent living and working inFrancewhere his reverence for real food was further developed.
Timings: Registration is from 6.15pm with the talk starting at 6.45pm lasting for approx 1 hour, including Q&A.
There will be a light refreshments and an opportunity to network after the event, which we estimate will end around 9pm.
If you would like to attend this event please book by going to http://www.cambridgenetwork.co.uk/events/angus-thirlwell-hotel-chocolat/
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