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The Kabuto Team is made up of six noodle lovers, creators, thinkers and doers who are truly passionate about the Asian way of life; it’s habits, values philosophy and crucially it’s cuisine!
Crispin is Kabuto’s founder. You’ll mostly find him exploringand experimenting new ideas and products and keeping the rest of The Kabuto Team inspired and motivated.
In his spare time, you’ll usually find Crispin surfing or glued to a good book.
Paul leads all things commercial. He is the master of strategy, category, sales and making it all happen with our supermarket customers.
Paul is super adventurous; you could probably say he's more at home out and about exploring new places with his family than actually at home.
Sophie brings home the bacon for Kabuto. She manages a few of our big supermarket customers, online retailers like Amazon and our airlines.
In her spare time, you'll mostly find Sophie the other side of the world. To call her a jet setter is an understatement.
Lover of a good meme, Meg manages Kabuto’s social media, design and all the creative bits. You could say her job is to basically make things look pretty.
In her spare time, you’ll most likely find Meg immersed in a good film, or you might catch her at the odd rave or festival.
With over 10 years’ experience, Chris manages all things numbers for Kabuto. Chris has a (not so) healthy obsession with spreadsheets, so much so he has a tendency to call a good one ‘sexy’.
In his spare time Chris loves jet setting off to Ibiza and having a bit of a rave.
Chris probably has the most important job here at Kabuto. He’s the wizard that makes sure all of Kabuto’s tasty noodles are in the right place at the right time.
In his spare time, you’ll find Chris listening to lots of disco music and playing pool. Sometimes both at the same time.
Doing The Fan Dance With Ed Jackson
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The Big Switch
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Happy Chinese New Year
February 5th 2019 marks the first day of new Chinese year, and this year celebrates the year of the pig. The pig represents the 12th of all the ...Read more