Panaji, May 12
Kamaxi College of Culinary Arts, Goa has tied up with the state’s top B-school, the Goa Institute of Management, to come up with a special culinary and kitchen incubator to allow food bloggers and photographers to enhance their craft.
The culinary institute, last month, tied up with the Goa Institute of Management’s (GIM) Atal Incubation Center to conduct one of the country’s first culinary and kitchen incubation program, which aims at providing edge infrastructure and dedicated support to culinary start-ups and upcoming ‘Foodpreneurs’, including bloggers and photographers specializing in food.
According to Rajesh Joshi, chief executive officer of GIM’s incubation center, the program will provide food bloggers and photographers access to mentors and domain experts along with market and customer support.
“The access to a mentor and domain experts will enable them to move up a notch and convert this hobby into a profession. We will provide access to market and customer support to these professionals,” Joshi said. IANS