Working Cafes: the office alternative

Published April 30, 2015

When the global financial crisis hit and the unemployment rate rose, more and more working professionals joining the job market began to seek alternative models to the typical 9-5 desk job. ‘Unemployed’ was replaced with ‘self-employed’ and the freelance phenomenon took off. With 1 in 7 people now enjoying flexible hours and a non-corporate office setting, […]

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Food Fight! General Elections 2015

Published April 24, 2015

The race for power is on, and everyone is anxiously anticipating the 2015 General Elections, which are set to be one of the most unpredictable ones yet! How does this affect the hospitality industry? Each party’s pre-election manifesto has commented on the sector and, for the first time, acknowledging its significant contribution to the economy […]

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Cut your oil costs!

Published April 22, 2015

  An innovative new oil saving plate has been designed to prolong the life of your cooking oil by up to 200%, reducing oil costs, cooking time and cutting oil absorption of foods by 50% – making for healthier fried foods! A clever, specially-processed titanium plate has been developed that works by slowing the oil […]

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i-Chef’s continuing support of the Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation

Published April 16, 2015

The Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation (NSIF) is a charity which supports and funds research into spinal injury treatment, started up by renowned chef David Nicholls. It started with a cookbook… When David’s son suffered a tragic accident, permanently damaging his spinal cord, the chef began to look into spinal injury research for effective treatment. With […]

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The Exclusive Investor’s Event

Published April 10, 2015

On Wednesday night, the 8th of April, David and Anton headed the Investor’s Event, a classy evening of business and champagne at the beautiful Langham Hotel in London. The purpose of the event was to promote i-Chef’s exciting Crowd Cube campaign, which opens the successful business up to equity investment. While the conversation flowed, potential […]

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