We’re please to announce that every speaker presentation and panel discussion from last week’s Brewbound Session is now available for viewing on BevNET FBU, BevNET.com Inc.’s on-demand, video learning site for food and beverage entrepreneurs.
Last week, Brewbound Session Boston 2014 turned Space 57 at the Revere Hotel into a hub of networking and education for over 170 brewers, distributors, retailers and investors. Attendees who joined Brewbound’s fifth full-day business conference were treated to range of informative panel discussions and presentations on sales and distribution, marketing, investment, brand building, and business development strategies.
We’re less than 24 hours away from the Brewbound Session, being held tomorrow at the Revere Hotel in downtown Boston, and it’s time to introduce our five esteemed judges for the second edition of Brewbound’s Startup Brewery Challenge, which is sponsored by Craft Brew Alliance.
Sean Spiegelman, the founder of Appalachian Mountain Brewery, beat out eight other participants with his diversified approach to business, one that relies on cause-based marketing and includes beer and cider production as well as a food truck service.
There isn’t any one way to move product in the craft beer market as it becomes increasingly saturated. At today’s Brewbound Session business conference in Boston, however, a number of industry experts divulged what has enabled them to grow sales of their brands as the popularity of craft has blown up around them.
Brewbound is pleased to announce that Harpoon Brewery will once again host the official Brewbound Session welcome reception on Wednesday May 28, the evening before Brewbound puts on its bi-annual business conference at the Revere Hotel in downtown Boston.