It’s a full day, and it will cover everything from investment, financial forecasting and packaging design imperatives to the world of marketing online.
It’s BevNET’s Beverage School, which will be held at the Fort Mason Conference Center in San Francisco on Sept. 12.
The initial agenda for Beverage School has been posted, and you can view it on the event’s program page here. The event will begin with “Beverages 101,” carrying beverage entrepreneurs through formulation, distribution, retailing and more. Later in the day, attendees will come to understand legal issues that affect beverage companies, the financial life-cycle of beverage companies – including key times to seek a variety of funding sources – as well as profiles and introductions to investors from the angel, crowd-funding and private equity worlds.
As with all Beverage School events, the opportunity to interact with instructors is of paramount importance. Question and Answer periods are built into all segments, and there is plenty of networking time available.
In-depth profiles of speaker presentations will be forthcoming. Questions should be directed to Jon Landis – firstname.lastname@example.org or (617) 231-8834.
Special Offer! Members of BeverageSchool.com with an active subscription can save an additional $50 (details are on the signup page).
Below is the preliminary agenda as of August 15, details are subject to change:
About BevNET and Beverage School:
BevNET.com is the leading beverage-oriented media company, producing a web site, print magazine, and live conference series. The company was founded in 1996 by John Craven, with its mission to offer, through products in a variety of media, the best, most comprehensive forum for news coverage, expertise, partnership and support for all members of the beverage community.
Since its inception, BevNET.com has become a recognized authority on the beverage industry. BevNET.com and its employees are often used as sources for media publications looking for industry information, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Detroit Free Press, CNBC and Wired Magazine.
Since 2009, BevNET has offered Beverage School, a mix of live courses and online content that provide beverage entrepreneurs with instructional tools to launch and grow their companies in the rewarding but high-risk beverage industry.