Travel with their taste buds, explore new cooking techniques and ingredients with a fun and authentic Asian oriental cooking class!
Kieumy PHAM THAI, a member at Impact Hub King’s Cross, is a plant-based cooking teacher and a Natural Chef from the College of Naturopathic Medicine.
She is also the female founder of BOM, a purpose-driven company.
She brings together families, local communities and corporate teams to passionately teach fun plant-centric authentic Asian oriental cooking classes.
With her cooking classes, people travel with their taste buds, explore new cooking techniques and ingredients, feel more confident, and can have a fabulous time again in the kitchen. But above all, people learn to make dishes that even meat lovers will enjoy.
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By hiring her services, clients also support a training and employment program for vulnerable women in North West London.
Impact Hub King’s Cross invites you to this limited weekly series of events designed to help SMEs build resilience in an uncertain economy.
Webinar 6: ‘Save time and money with cloud accounting and automation’
Learn the differences between traditional and cloud accounting, and the cost and benefits of the latter.
Explore how a robust cloud accounting function can enable businesses to deal with and react better to crises, with a live demo of what the cloud accounting roadmap could look like for your organisation to automate and simplify your finance tasks.
In this session you will have the opportunity to engage and ask questions.
Safe Wongsunopparat is a Finance & Business Support Manager and Michael Toyer is a Director at Renaisi, a social enterprise that has been helping people and places to thrive for more than 20 years.
This webinar is part of a weekly series, brought to you in partnership with Newable, with support from JP Morgan.
Who is this for? We created this series to support London based Small and Medium sized businesses to develop the resilience, agility, and confidence that will help them effectively navigate these uncertain times.
Webinars will take place every Thursday (10am -12pm) from October 8th until the 26th November: