Goodlife Projects enters liquidation

By Finn Scott-Delany

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Goodlife Projects helped launch restaurants including Rum Kitchen
Goodlife Projects helped launch restaurants including Rum Kitchen

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Goodlife Projects, the brand, marketing and consultancy business which helped launch Rum Kitchen, Passo, Foley’s and Island Poke, has gone into liquidation, BigHospitality's sister site MCA has learnt.

The business, led by Jonny Boud and Alex Potter, owed £156,190 to creditors, according to a report by liquidator Begbies Traynor.

None the venues are understood to be affected, as Goodlife did not operate any restaurants or bars itself.

Boud told MCA​: ”All personal business interests remain the same as GoodLife Projects was purely a service company providing consultancy.

“Sadly a couple of private clients weren’t able to pay for the services provided meaning we had to close the business.”

Boud and Potter are the founders of Rum Kitchen, events concept Love Brunch, PING and Drifters Festival.

Rum Kitchen, the Caribbean beach shack concept, sold its Notting Hill site earlier this year, leaving it with two sites – in Kingly Court and Brixton.

Boud is now running a new consultancy GLP Hospitality.

Potter stepped down from the consultancy earlier in the year to focus on personal projects, but remains a shareholder in Rum Kitchen and Island Poke.

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