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The Big Re-Open (With Purpose) Masterclass – Belu Water x AllAboutFood Summit 2020

July 2 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm UTC+0

*Please Register via Zoom Link*


Culturally, socially, and economically, the landscape has changed forever but what might recovery look like for Britain’s food and beverage industry? Lockdown has offered opportunities to rethink the future – we know we are not going back to ‘normal’ so now’s the time to embrace change as you build a better, more sustainable future for your business and career.

Tune in to our step-by-step masterclass with industry experts at the heart of it all:

Expert Panel

  • Ali Earl-Grey (Head of Marketing, Kricket) on reviving your business brand
  • Ravinder Bhogal (Chef-Patron, Jikoni London) on strengthening supply chain, and supporting employees
  • Debbie Wosskow OBE (Co-Founder, AllBright) on building business resilience
  • Chaired by Harriet Minter, Host of Badass Women’s Hour 



Belu Water and Allbright have joined forces to curate and launch AllAboutFood Summit, a full day of online conversations with inspired minds from across the hospitality, food and beverage industries. As women-led businesses we want to provide actionable tips and insights into the future of hospitality and ensure that collaboration networks are built to get women back to successfully leading the hospitality industry in innovative ways.

 Over the course of the day we will host a series of conversations and masterclasses that offer insight and practical advice for women working through their re-opening plans.

We are directing attendees to donate to Hestia in return for free masterclasses and insight to support their businesses recover from Covid-19.


Ravinder Bhogal’s

Born in Kenya, to Indian parents, Ravinder food is inspired by her mixed heritage and the UK’s diverse immigrant culture. Ravinder is an award-winning food writer, TV presenter, journalist, cook and restauranteur.

Her debut restaurant, Jikoni, was ranked 56th in the UK by the National Restaurant Awards 2017 and she has released two cookbooks, “Cook in Boots” and “ Jikoni: Proudly Inauthentic Recipes from an Immigrant Kitchen,” which is out on July 9th this year. She has twice been named in Evening Standard Progress 1000 as one of London’s leading influencers of progress and diversity in the capital. She regularly writes about food for publications like the FInancial Times Weekend Magazine and Vogue online. She has just launched a home delivery brand Comfort and Joy, a sister brand to Jikoni.

Ali Earl-Gray

Head of Marketing for Kricket. Before joining Kricket in in its infancy in 2016, Ali worked at Apple for 5 years as a live event and original content producer. During this time, she grew a love for restaurants and the food industry and has been able to combine this passion with the skills learned as a producer and marketeer to help build Kricket into the restaurant group and brand it is today.

Debbie Wosskow OBE