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Simply Souperlicious is a proud sponsor of the “Brown Bag Lunch” series at EPFL Innovation Park. Dubbed “Soup up Your Start-Up”, the event takes place every Tuesday at La Forge and features an industry leader speaking on topics relevant to start-up and innovation. Enjoy a nice bowl of local, seasonal, homemade soup – free to accompany your sandwich. Let’s learn while we eat!
Simply Souperlicious Souper-in-Chief, Carolyn Moncel was thrilled to have the opportunity to guest post at the Be You Network, a Geneva-based website committing to sharing facts and stories that reflect the reality of young women, men and LGBTI youth today. In her guest post, she discusses digital work and why “Being You” matters in male-dominated spaces.
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Simply Souperlicious is very proud to be in collaboration with Amfora Home Olive Oil for our soups! Good food starts with delicious veggies, and what better way is there to add just the right touch of flavor than with virgin olive oil, huh? Simply Souperlicious also uses Amfora’s herbs, saffron and honey too! We’re so excited about all the delicious soup we’ll be making together!
Happy Thanksgiving! We at Simply Souperlicious have so much to be thankful for this year! The launch of Simply Souperlicious! And now, our snazzy new logo and brand book. We’re so thankful to Anastasia Athans and her team at Insight Design Solutions for helping us reach the next business milestone!
Keen to taste our soups? Simply Souperlicious soups are now available at Cafe BioPole in Lausanne. Our vegetarian and vegan soup recipes come to life every Monday through Friday from 11 am until 4 pm. Come in for a taste and don’t forget to leave your feedback with the awesome staff that awaits you!
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Being 50 and Fabulous. Simply Souperlicous Souper-in-Chief, Carolyn Moncel, had a blast hanging out with Robin Tillotson, host of the new podcast series: “This… I…Do…For…Me: 50, Black and Fabulous!” The series profiles the lives of African-American women 50 and over who are taking on all types of new adventures.
In Episode 1, Carolyn discusses a number of topics including; life and work as an African-American expat and dispels myths about life abroad. She also talks about life as an author and finally, her new role as Souper-in-Chief at Simply Souperlicious.
Apple Podcast: This I Do For Me Podcast: Episode 2
The event, hosted by FoodHack Switzerland, provided a great opportunity to share meals, and meet others working locally to build businesses around food innovation. In addition, Carolyn Moncel got a chance to introduce Simply Souperlicious, both through a 30-second pitch and also through serving on the latest soup recipes!
Davenport-Moncel joined the panel session, “Rethinking Trust in the Digital Age.” Along with co-panelist, Morgan Gray (left) from Corteva Agriscience and moderator Rainer Gude (center) from Initiatives of Change Switzerland, she discussed the ways in which organizations are working to build and maintain digital trust. Additionally, she also shared her experiences in working in digital media now and highlighted where careers and responsibilities in digital media may go in the future.
In a separate session devoted to personal stories called “The Human Factor in Technology,” Davenport-Moncel introduced Simply Souperlicious and explained the surprising parallels between technological innovation and soup making.
On the weekly podcast, SwissPats.com with hosts, Don Delco, and Suzi Lyon, Carolyn shared her journey from Chicago to Europe and her experiences on living in both Paris and Lausanne for nearly 17 years combined, and how she’s helping fans rediscover a love for veggies, one soup at a time.
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The focus of this year’s event centers on health, food, poverty, and sustainability. The event, already in its sixth edition, is the world’s largest event devoted to sustainability and innovation.
Simply Souperlicious, launched on 1 January 2019, is an initiative that encourages people to eat more local, seasonal vegetables via soups. Davenport-Moncel will be one of 38 speakers introducing concepts at the event and will be featured on the “One Million Sparks”: The Future of Innovation campaign.
Visit the GoodFestival.ch website to follow the event live. Follow activities via social media using #GoodBrandSummit.