MANILA, Philippines — A London-based Filipino street food operator has secured a £350,000 investment after impressing and winning the admiration of a panel of investors in a British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) reality show.
BBQ Dreamz obtained a hefty investment in the first episode in the second series of BBC Two’s “My Million Pound Menu,” a reality show that aims to give emerging businesses a big boost in the competitive food industry.
BBQ Dreamz is founded by Lee Johnson, a Filipino who moved from the Philippines to the United Kingdom when he was eight, and his Irish partner Sinead Campbell, who hails from Tuam, Galway.
Read more: The Philippine Star
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