TV chef Manu Feilder has moved away from the kitchen and into the boardroom instead.
The fan-favorite has ditched the apron for a suit and is sharing words of wisdom with Sydney small business owners on a series of roadshows.
Feildel, who has partnered with advisory service My Business, talks at next week’s Sydney roadshow about how they handled the hurdles they encountered along the way.
The My Kitchen Rules star has made a name for herself by running and owning restaurants such as Sydney’s Bilson’s and L’etoile.
But Manu vowed last year that he would never try the trail again.
“Never say that, but I think my wife will kill me if I do,” he says. “Restaurant is a very fickle business, so many things have to change to get back into restaurants in Australia,” he told the Sydney Morning Herald.
“Margins are so small these days, so there is a lot of work to be done to be successful.”
However, he changed his range during the pandemic and launched his own source product, By Manu.
The business has doubled its profits in the last two years.
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