After leaving a flourishing career as a barrister to spread the word about Bengali cuisine, Nisha Katona has defied the naysayers by opening seven Mowgli sites, with plans for more in the pipeline. She tells James Stagg how she's managed to maintain control of every element of the business
Having to master all elements of a business will be a story familiar to most independent operators. But Mowgli founder Nisha Katona has turned it into a matter of personal pride that, despite the rapid growth of her concept, she has sole control over all aspects of the operation.
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