We’ve just posted the agenda for BevNET’s Boot Camp for Food and Beverage Entrepreneurs, which will be held on Wednesday, March 30 in Boston.
BevNET’s Boot Camp gives new food and beverage entrepreneurs a one-day look at what it takes to grow their businesses. With talks from early-stage and experienced entrepreneurs and experts including designers, angel and family office investors, retailing gurus and a special section on ways that retail channels, trade spend, margin and operations affect product pricing, Boot Camp will feature 15 speakers and panelists.
Newly added speakers include Jeremy Halpern and Bob Stringer, investors with the Edible Ventures angel network, Debbie Wildrick of MetaBrand, and DrinkMaple founders Kate Weiler and Jeff Rose.
Beyond the speakers, however, a special two-hour networking session at the end of the day will give attendees the chance to direct their questions about the business to even more experts curated from across even more disciplines, from high-pressure processing and co-packing to
distribution strategy, product composition and company valuations.
Led by several additional experts along with our speaker roster, the networking session will provide attendees the chance to get direct product feedback, ask company-specific questions and receive mentoring from an extensive roster of advisors.
Questions? Contact Jon Landis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About BevNET Boot Camp:
BevNET Boot Camp is a full day event providing new food and beverage entrepreneurs with the knowledge, connections and tools they need to get their business off the ground. In a classroom format, attendees will be able to have one-on-one conversations with industry experts. Boot Camp is an extension of the online educational video offerings found through Beverage School on BevNET.com and Project NOSH Education on ProjectNOSH.com.
BevNET.com is the leading beverage-oriented media company, producing a website, print magazine, and live conference series. The company was founded with the 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.
About Project NOSH:
Project NOSH covers the world of entrepreneurial packaged food companies and services that are expanding rapidly due to interest in Natural, Organic, Sustainable and Healthy (NOSH) products and businesses. The growth of these kinds of products has created an ecosystem of entrepreneurs, consumers, suppliers, employees, distributors, retailers, investors, regulators, and service providers: The goal of Project NOSH is to become the leading source of informed, comprehensive coverage and context in regard to this growing community of businesses and the larger trends affecting it, both internally and externally. Project NOSH is a publication of BevNET.com, Inc.