With the continuing backdrop of hospitality recognising just how hard it is going to be to open up post lockdown I’m catching up with Steven Lamb. Steven is particularly well known for having worked with River Cottage right from it’s foundation years, and now makes a living consulting, presenting, training, writing and more.
As a freelancer falling between the gaps of all personal and business support in this crisis I wanted to see what Steven was doing to try and navigate a way through the challenges. Particularly his moves into the online world trying to run virtual food festivals, online training, and a health and well being site ‘slow life good life’.
I love this sector for it’s speed of creativity, optimism and can do attitude to pivot and find a way through whatever it takes. I hope conversations with the likes of Steve provide a bit of inspiration on standing up and thinking outside the box so that we don’t all just end up sobbing and rocking in a corner. Enjoy the conversation.
Steven and I chat about these websites by the way:
Slow Life Good Life here
The Virtual Food Festival here
Blackthorn salt here