Wer macht das Rennen um den begehrten Deutschen Gastro-Gründerpreis (DGGP)? Die Antwort gibt es beim Finale am 13. März auf der INTERNORGA (15.00 Uhr, Saal Chicago, Eingang Mitte). Inzwischen stehen die Finalisten fest. Aus einer Vorauswahl der Top 30 haben fünf Bewerber die Expertenjury überzeugt:
Who are the front-runners in the coveted German Gastro-Start-Up Award? Find out the answer during the final at INTERNORGA on 13 March (3 p.m. Chicago Room, Central Entrance). The five finalists have been selected by the expert jury from a shortlist of 30.
Fette Beete in Krefeld is a restaurant, catering and event location with a cooking school offering seasonal vegetarian cuisine in an informal setting.
With their Dr. & Dr. Middle Eastern Culture and Food Lab catering concept, twin sisters Sahar and Forough Soudoudi fuse Iranian, Israeli and Persian cuisine.
Schnapps is the main attraction at Geeske & der swarte Roelf a beach-side bar on the island of Borkum.The spirit is a component of the bar’s new interpretations of classic cocktails and innovative new mix drinks.
Modern Hamburg restaurant Klinker has an unconventional menu dedicated entirely to sustainability and quality of life.
Urban Pop up Food is a purely plant-based pop-up concept in Munich and the brainchild of Daniela Weinhold and Nastasia Broda. Their concepts, such as Banana Leaf (breakfast) and Knolle & Kohl (vegan Pintxos bar), are helping to make the city a more diverse and creative place.
At the German Gastro Start-Up Award final at INTERNORGA on 13 March the top 5 will be pitching their ideas one more time to a live audience, and the expert members of that audience will choose the overall winner by live vote. The winner receives EUR 10,000 in startup financing plus 40 hours of consultancy sessions worth EUR 5,000. The German Gastro-Gründerpreis is an annual award sponsored by INTERNORGA, Leaders Club Germany and orderbird.