Unfortunately, tomorrow’s Social Media 101 webinar is completely sold out but there’s plenty of other exciting webinars and learning opportunities scheduled for later in the Fall. As a reminder, e-newsletter subscribers have first dibs on registering for Small Food Business webinars (and if any of these look particularly interesting, the next e-newsletter goes out tomorrow Oct. 8th!) so sign up if you’re not yet a subscriber. Read more
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Leave it to two 20-somethings from Brooklyn to take your grandmother’s jam and make it hip again. With flavors like Drunken Monkey Banana Jam and Blueberry-Bourbon Jam, The Jam Stand is putting a modern spin on traditional jam and making it so that jam is not just for breakfast anymore. Read more
In 2007, recent highschool graduate Ian Lamont was searching for a way to fund his collegiate education. When his parents suggested he start his own business as a way to raise funds while simultaneously learning about business, Ian dug into his family’s recipe box and did just that. Read more
Have you ever thought about going back to school? What about if you could go back to school and learn how to turn your passion for food into a business? If you’ve ever dreamt of starting your own artisan food business but don’t know where to begin, I hope you’ll consider joining me at the Starting A Food Business class this October in Seattle. This comprehensive class, taught by myself and Zoe Bartlett – another experienced small food entrepreneur – will lead students through the process of starting a food business. Students will learn to cost products, prepare food specific business plans, and how to obtain health and other required permits.
The four-part noncredit class, priced at $125, will take place every Wednesday in October starting on Wednesday Oct 5th from 6p-9p at North Seattle Community College. More information about the class can be found here or by contacting me directly at info (at) smallfoodbiz (dot) com.