“Kerb Edge started off with Adam Bryson a former general manager at Yo Sushi in Leeds, flipping burgers behind a griddle.
But after growing as a company, with 10 employees now at his disposal, Adam decided to approach funding expert Matt Haycox, who agreed to give him £40,000 to help buy out an existing shareholder and beef up the business.”
That is an extract from the Hull Daily Mail last week which reported on my latest investment into the growth of gourmet burger chain Kerb Edge.
Kerb Edge specialises in hand crafted burgers made from the best of Yorkshire produce, including British beef and Yorkshire cheeses. It currently trades in two permanent locations – these are Camerons Brewery’s Head of Steam pubs in Hull and Tynemouth.
As always I am looking to invest in products I believe in and want to use myself. And whilst I haven’t eaten the beef burgers myself it is impossible not to notice how popular they are with the customers.
Adam is highly driven and full of great ideas to drive the business forwards, so it is a pleasure to work with someone who makes my job easy
Read about the story in full in the Hull Daily Mail