School for Creative Startups Dumpling Away Day

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It was our absolute pleasure this week to welcome School for Creative Startups to THG HQ for a Chinese Dumpling Class & Lunch as their team away day. Headed by Doug Richard, established entrepreneur and most well known as a former dragon on BBC’s Dragon’s Den, they were a true delight to host. We loved their energy and enthusiasm, and shared many a giggle about the world of small businesses and of course, food!
As the making of dumplings symbolise reunion and team work, we thought it a perfect team day activity for S4CS. In true business person style, they were introduced to “moneybags”, little bundles encasing fillings which are tied up with Chinese Chives and the more common “water” dumplings which are shaped like a crescent moon. After their class, S4CS then continued their vibrant conversation and laughter whilst feasting on a THG lunch spread.
Thank you School for Creative Startups for being wonderful and fun guests. We sincerely hope to be able to feed you again!
School for Creative Startups provides teaching and support through a fun, interactive course; delivering all the business know how that creative people need to build sustainable startups, without all the technical gibberish, pesky acronyms and theoretical rhetoric.

“Wonderful, amazing, unique…splendiforous!”; Doug Richard, Medeia Cohan & the S4CS team on Two Hungry Girls.

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