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.
A technical edge doesn't lead to a winning brand unless it's stated properly -- and it's copacetic.
With Chris Campbell, Jesse Altman, and Daniel Sullivan on a panel that takes them through the previous year to the present day, the beverage industry will benefit from the immediate past experiences of three thoughtful, driven, strategically conscious brand owners who have all shown a unique openness with regard to discussing their progress and objectives.
During his presentation, Sinclair will explore brands that have been able to successfully grow on a massive scale -- the Walmart Scale -- while also enumerating the operational and strategic hurdles they will face as they attempt that kind of expansion.
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.
Packed with extremely informative presentations, the agenda is loaded with veteran and expert insights as well as valuable market data and insight into current trends.
BevNET Live Summer ’15 attendees will not only gain extremely valuable insight on a rapidly evolving landscape for beverages, they'll be able to meet with industry-leading sponsors, suppliers and vendors who can support their endeavors.
Incorporating in-depth analysis of recent beverage industry and growth trend data, as well as interviews with key players at all stages of success in the beverage business, Ms. Fry’s talk will break down the way attributes like brand, product, sourcing, manufacturing, sales, marketing, distribution and finance interact as entrepreneurial beverage companies grow.