Last week Food Starter celebrated a significant milestone; November 2nd marked exactly one year since we started to help early stage food businesses at our 76 Densley Avenue location. In the last 12-months we’ve spoken to scores of food entrepreneurs. Among the things we learned from these conversations is that would-be entrepreneurs need more support before they feel ready to make the decision to invest time and money into their food business ideas. So, to help pre-revenue and early stage entrepreneurs to make that big ‘go/no go’ decision confidently, we’ve developed a new 12-week program especially for them!
Introducing the Food Starter Market Feasibility Stage. With programming delivered in the evenings and on weekends, this new stage provides the tools, mentoring and feedback needed to develop the strategic components new food businesses need to succeed. At a discounted special price of just $1,000, this three-month program package includes training, production facility access and consultation, making it ideal for pre-revenue businesses.
The first cohort of Market Feasibility companies will start on January 11th. If you’d like to be part of this group submit an application today. Space is limited and applicants will be evaluated and accepted on a first come basis.
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