While we've been busy publicizing our sessions over the past couple of months, you’ll notice that we've layered in a whole bunch of cool stuff that we haven’t even had time to brag about.
BevNET Live Winter ’14 will once again feature a special edition of Beverages 101, a session that offers valuable information geared toward early-stage entrepreneurs and industry newcomers.
Slater will discuss the process through which he and his partners decided to go around the the supply chain and route-to-market models that are traditionally associated with the beverage business.
In nearly every class of trade, it's the two-step burden for emerging brands: establishing that there's a relevant argument for a retailer to make space for a certain category, and then pivoting to move from growing the category to emphasizing your own brand.
Dr. Udani, the founder and CEO of Medicus Research, will be speaking to the main BevNET Live audience as a correspondent from the trenches of the regulatory battlefield to discuss best practices for a beverage industry that is becoming increasingly engaged in the same conflicts and discussions with the agencies that govern supplements and drugs.
Are you one of the 400+ already registered for the event? If not, don’t delay another day; seats are rapidly filling up, and the conference is on pace to sell out well before it begins.
Mary-Ann Somers, the General Manager & Senior VP of Coca-Cola’s Water, Tea, and Coffee portfolio will discuss expanding product offerings without creating confusion or breaking momentum.
BevNET Live Winter ’14 is just a few short weeks away, and seats for the event are dwindling fast. If you haven’t already done so, NOW is the time to register.
Bai's CEO, Ben Weiss, has made it clear -- his stated goal is for Bai to become the next big, iconic brand. So what's next?
To improve the connection between brands and bloggers, BevNET Live will welcome Max Goldberg, the founder of the organic food blog Living Maxwell, to lead a breakout session on the best way to engage and enlist bloggers as members of your media army.