In my experience there is still a ceiling, women progress a bit slower than men,’ says Anita Kerai FCCA. Kenya-born Kerai made the leap from being
‘Workmates used to grab my lunch and they loved it,’ says Kerai. ‘The idea behind Anita’s Kitchen is to educate people on how to cook, how to reduce food waste, what you can do with what’s in your pantry, that you don’t always need to go shopping. I’m a green person; where I come from there was a lot of poverty, so I don’t like to see food or water waste. That’s how I started my cookery school Anita’s Kitchen, to show people how to reduce meat intake and transition into being vegan and vegetarian. It’s nothing “
The transition from employee to entrepreneur can be tough.
‘You become an entrepreneur because you want to spend more time with your family, but that isn’t the case in the first few years. You have to give so much of your own time to make sure it works,’ says Kerai.
‘In the first three
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