Streat School fills the void as founder shares food truck know-how
The Irish food truck provider and marketing agency, founded by Blasta Street Kitchen owner Seany McCleary, has helped 120 new street food outlets to get up and running in the past two years
Streat School, an Irish food truck provider and marketing agency, has turned over more than €25 million in the last two years and helped 120 new outlets to get up and running.
The company was founded by Seany McCleary, the owner of Blasta Street Kitchen, a month before the pandemic started. It has gone from strength to strength since and in June claimed the One to Watch prize at the National Enterprise Awards.
“Blasta has nearly become my side hustle in recent years,” McCleary told the Business Post. “It’s like a relay – you take the baton and run so far, and then it’s time to pass it onto someone and help them get started.”