Instafoodie Events under the Rude Not To umbrella started as an excuse for a cheeky get together with some foodie friends, it has since turned into a full-blown event which connects venues with food lovers and bloggers.
Instafoodie Mission Statement:
Bringing together like-minded foodie Instagramers, giving them the opportunity to meet each other, network, and enjoy delicious photogenic food in a comfortable atmosphere.
Working with restaurants, cafes, patisseries, owners and chefs to provide the group with delectable photographable food, good lighting, and where possible a dish that hasn’t yet hit their menu. In return they are given the opportunity to have their food, establishment and name advertised via social media on mass.
Introducing a product partner that not only compliments the venue, whilst also helping cross promote both parties. Typically giving back to the food industry by exposing a start up product partner to the Instafoodies.
The three main goals for an IFE:
1. To increase your social media advertising/presence through economies of scale and scope, ultimately resulting in increased bookings;
2. To provide a fun environment and memorable experience for Instagram foodies to meet, photograph beautiful food, tell their friends and followers about, and last but not least, eat delicious meals; and,
3. To increase the social media advertising/presence of our product partner through a cross-promotional campaign in order to facilitate cross-pollination of followers and customers for both parties.
Past Instafoodie Events:
One Tea Lounge Bar & Grill (Sydney CBD)
Kin By U.S. (Macquarie)
Pork’d (Surry Hills)
The Choc Pot (Rosebery Pre Launch)
Pigout Aus (CBD, Pre Launch)
Kahii Coffee (CBD, Launch)
Blackwood Pantry (Cronulla)
Pizza Auntenico (CBD)
Hem Nine Nine (Glebe)
Zeus Street Greek (Dulwch Hill)
Harajuku Gyoza (Kings Cross, product launch)
Trunk Road (Surry Hills)
Pizza Deli Waterloo
Bare Grill on Bourke (Surry Hills)