It’s not often that some of the country’s most successful food and beverage entrepreneurs, investors and industry veterans are assembled to share their personal strategies for launching and growing profitable consumer packaged goods companies.
That’s why we’re excited to announce that BevNET.com, the parent company of Brewbound, will host an educational event designed to offer early-stage food and beverage entrepreneurs a clear understanding on all aspects of building a scalable business.
BevNET FBU (Food & Beverage University) Boston will take place on March 27 at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter at 100 W. 2nd St. in the Fort Point Channel neighborhood of Boston.
Throughout the full-day event, attendees will hear from more than 20 experienced industry professionals, each of whom will share a wealth of expertise in order to help startup business owners grow quickly and effectively, while minimizing mistakes along the way.
Highlights of BevNET FBU Boston include:
- Brewing Alternative Support for the Small Food and Beverage Business – Risa Sherman, Manager, Philanthropy and Cause Marketing, The Boston Beer Company; Ana Hammock, Head of Lending, Accion
- Lessons of an Entrepreneur, Three Times Over – Clayton Christopher, Founder, Sweet Leaf Beverages, Rhythm Superfoods, Deep Eddy Vodka
- Capital Availability and What Investors Want – Janica Lane, Managing Director, Healthy, Active and Sustainable Living, Piper Jaffray
- Early Stage Capital Approaches – Featuring New Ground Ventures, Circle Up, and First Beverage Group