From a comparative look at financial models for growing beverage companies to a special session seeking to address ongoing challenges to diversity at the upper reaches of the beverage industry, BevNET Live’s Breakout Sessions continue their tradition of offering depth and variety for beverage entrepreneurs to consider and enjoy.
As always, we’ve added a bunch of fun speakers and panelists that we haven’t yet publicized -- for those of you who have already signed up, your faith has been rewarded; for those of you who haven’t, maybe this will remind you that you need to contact the team and register before things sell out.
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To develop a picture of the lending market with regard to beverage entrepreneurs, BevNET Live will feature a talk with a pair of experts on financing and access to capital.
BevNET Live Summer ’15 is just one week away, and there are less than 25 tickets remaining for the event! If you haven’t yet signed up for the conference, which will be held on June 2 and 3 at Metropolitan West in New York City, NOW is your last chance to register.
In place of our traditional cocktail and networking event, this year we’re heading to Marina del Rey for the BevNET Live Afterparty powered by BevForce.
A high-tech biohacker; a classic CPG entrepreneur; a turnaround artist who has turned the juice category upside down; a leader in the third-wave coffee movement. All four will take the stage to share stories and strategies as part of BevNET Live Winter 2015 in Santa Monica.
We’re days away from BevNET Live Summer ‘15 in New York City, and it’s time to reveal the slate of judges for BevNET Live’s signature competition, the New Beverage Showdown.
VEB has met with a group to figure out the main challenges and concerns that entrepreneurs face on a short-term and long-term basis.
Giannuzzi, who has worked with brands like Glaceau, Suja, and Mamma Chia during their fundraising processes, will discuss ways companies can consider their independence as they face a range of financial options.