share great food

research, design, host & share

culinary experiences


let great food meet great people


You could spend years creating great food with no influence on how people will receive it, but you shouldn’t. This is where Bite Me steps in. Through our culinary experiences we build your brand with your audience. We call it Experience Marketing and it’s perfect for fairs, launches and campaigns.



how does my audience experience it?


we research & co-create

You have an idea, a vision and a (potential) market. We co-create presentation material and desired outcomes and then we let our facilitators and field researchers go straight to your market to ask them to contribute with insights and observations. Okay, sometimes they ask. Other times they just join your audience in their experiences.


Possible features

  • Experience feedback
  • Trendsetter interviews
  • Co-creation sessions
  • Field studies
  • Presentation material
You’ll be surprised how food can connect people that may not know each other well yet or can be used to embed concepts for reflection
— — Jacomijn Vels, managing director - Global Credit Restructuring, ING Bank N.V.


how can I design & guide their experience?


we design & prototype

In gastronomy there is an amazing jump from thoughts on paper or the production line to real people really tasting, feeling and trying it out. So depending on your needs, this is showtime for our chefs, designers and photographers. They will get to work on putting together every aspect of later great experiences and prototype them along the way.


possible features

  • Mini-experiences
  • Recipe development
  • Photo/video material
  • Designed concepts
  • Branding assistance
they possess both knowledge and tools that take meals from just eating to complete experiences.
— Luisa Carbonelli, co-founder Alibis for Interaction


how can I make them feel what I feel?


we host & promote experiences

This is where your product truly gets to shine no matter if it’s for a selected few potential ambassadors or inviting your entire market. Everything is designed and executed to make your guests feel what it can do instead of you just telling them.


possible features

  • Experiences for ambassadors/audience
  • Invitations and promotion
  • Staff, locations and more
  • Overall coordination
  • Photo/video material
The food worked as both a framework, the musical element and the center of attention in an unforgettable way, that challenged the senses without ever becoming pretentious.
— Morten Østergaard, member of parliament and former Danish minister


& how can people share this experience?


we train, communicate & evaluate

No point in having all these people really know and love your product if they don’t share it, is there? Besides using the produced materials to share the experiences even further, we give your audience a reason to spread the word and then we follow up on the guests so they stay connected to you.


possible features

  • Follow-up on ambassadors
  • Future experience-catalogue
  • Share-it packages
  • Social media material
  • Staff training
What I thought would be a 1 hour dinner where I’d take a few photos, eat something, and leave, turned into 5 hours of cooking, drinking, eating and enjoying life with all the great people I met.
— Hazel Evans, co-founder Mad About Copenhagen

so that is experience marketing.

now choose a next step


or if you just want to look at pretty pictures, you find them on instagram: