I love speaking with guests who find different ways of building a business, and today’s guest is no exception. Carly Trisk-Grove is the Co-creator of OPOP (One Plate One Price), a social enterprise restaurant that offers a new model for casual dining. Carly is on a mission to find out how restaurants can be run for the benefit of the community they serve.
Carly shares how restaurants can be a catalyst for change in society through three ways: health, work and combating loneliness. Tune in as we discuss having a national restaurant service, self-managed teams, the existential role of restaurants in society – and why everyone needs to work in hospitality for at least six months
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