PRP are tendering various aspects of the delivery of their Park Royal Food Innovation Centre project.
Park Royal Partnership (PRP) has been awarded £200,000 from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) for the Food Innovation Centre. This ERDF money will part-fund the FIC; it will be matched by at least £200,000 of funding from other sources.
The Food Innovation Centre will deliver specialist services to SME food & drink companies from a physical hub, which will include a development kitchen, training suite, meeting and networking facilities. It will be based in Park Royal, home to over 250 food and drink companies and it will be open to all London food & drink SMEs.
A well as suitable premises for the Centre, PRP is looking for delivery partners in consultancy & training in regulations, accreditation/quality assurance, manufacturing process improvement, new product development, technical support, sales/marketing, HR, and sourcing finance.
They are also tendering for various functions related to the Centre’s administration, such as marketing & communications, and staffing