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ADRIEN DESBAILLETS AND KATHERINE BRAHA DESBAILLETS (SALADSTOP!)
Adrien is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of SaladStop! whilst his sister Katherine is Director overseeing marketing, product development and training.
SaladStop! was first set up in 2009 by a father-and-son team determined to fill a gap in the local food scene by bringing two contrasting concepts together: salad and fast food. With an unwavering commitment to healthy eating, SaladStop! has attracted a loyal following since opening, expanding to 19 outlets locally.
In the past two years, SaladStop! has expanded internationally and has an overseas presence in Japan, Philippines and Indonesia with more outlets opening in Spain, Malaysia, Korea and Hong Kong this year.
The company raised USD$3.6M in a round of funding in 2016 to help fund further growth of the brand in Singapore and new markets.
With a staff of over 200 in Singapore, the company has seen double digit growth since opening its first outlet in Marina Square eight years ago.
Come hear from Adrien and Katherine about their family business and how they’ve successfully built a homegrown brand in the competitive F&B space.
- 6:00 pm Registration & Networking
- 7:00 pm Fireside Chat
- 8:00 pm Networking
- ADRIEN DESBAILLETS ADRIEN DESBAILLETS – SALADSTOP! (Co-Founder and Managing Director)
- KATHERINE BRAHA DESBAILLETS KATHERINE BRAHA DESBAILLETS – SALADSTOP! (Director)
Patrick Linton, Singapore Director
Patrick Linton is the CEO and Co-Founder of Bolton Remote, a remote staffing platform used by some of the fastest growing tech companies in the world. Patrick writes about building & scaling cross-border remote teams, profitable growth, and B2B selling for publications like Forbes, Startup Grind, Staffing Industry Analysts, and BusinessCollective (YEC). He leads Startup Grind’s Singapore chapter and you can catch his daily commentary on Twitter @PatrickALinton.
Thursday, September 21st
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Impact Hub Singapore
128 Prinsep Street #01-01, Singapore 188655
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