Minor DKL, Concept Eight and Piccolo Me to join QSR Media’s first panel on virtual brands

Don’t miss the discussion by joining the event on 18 October.

The QSR Media Sandhurst Conference & Awards is proud to hold its first Virtual Brands panel, aimed to spotlight its rise and offer a discussion on where it is headed in the country.

Virtual brands are delivery-only concepts that are run on either existing restaurants or in standalone kitchens, and have sprouted across markets as an opportunity for chains to maximise kitchen space, explore menu innovation, respond to growing food trends, and get a better bite of the off-premise space.

Panelists include:

  • Jarrod Appleby, General Manager - International and Emerging Brands, Minor DKL Food Group - Burgers with Bite
  • Grant Lee, CEO, Concept Eight
  • Charlie Hachem, Co-Founder, Piccolo Me
  • Ankur Sehgal, CEO, P'Nut Street Noodles

Don’t miss the discussion by joining the event on 18 October - click here to register.

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