Office Hours: Building a New CPG Workforce
Project Potluck founder Ibraheem Basir (A Dozen Cousins), as well as founding board members Arnulfo Ventura (Beanfields) and Ayeshah Abuelhiga (Mason Dixie Foods) discuss ways to grow networking and professional development for talented minority founders and employees in food and beverage CPG.
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