Thursday, March 20th / 4:00 to 6:00PM
Ellwood’s Community Classroom
From fine dining to food trucks to food business counseling, Stephanie does it all. She is a business coach, cook, and writer with a passion for food and has spent the last decade working with chefs and small business owners, learning the industry inside and out. She shares her experience in the field and her training in enterprise development with the business owners who work with her. Stephanie’s coaching style is straightforward and action-oriented with a sense of humor.
Barb Upchurch is a marketing maven and small-business guru. She has worked in marketing and small-business development for more than 20 years, and has 10 years of experience with artists, designers, food entrepreneurs, and start-up businesses. Before launching Blueberry Marketing in 2001, she worked in marketing management roles for Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity, Interim Personnel, Professional Agents Insurance Association, and Loot London. She also served as the Director of the Women’s Business Center in Richmond, Virginia.
Creating a successful mobile food business is about more than on-site sales. This workshop will address how to create a brand based on improving your on-site marketing and developing additional revenue streams, such as wholesale accounts. If you would like to strengthen your existing mobile food business, create or grow a wholesale line, license your products, or expand your mobile food empire, this workshop is for you. Learn how to increase your existing revenue streams so you can sell in multiple ways year round, regardless of the weather. Find out what you need to know and what you can’t afford to forget.
$40 for one participant, $60 for two
Register for class
There is limited seating for this event so you must register ahead of time.
Register online for the class now.
Call the customer service desk at 804-359-7525.