Alameda County SBDCOakland, CA

Food Entrepreneurship Academy-Advanced Series

Food Entrepreneurship Academy-Advanced Series

Monday, January 8, 2018 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Free to Attend
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The Alameda County Community Development Agency and the Alameda County Small Business Development Center are pleased to present the Food Entrepreneurship Academy Advanced Series for existing and launching food centric businesses.  The Academy is no charge to participants.

This is an advanced 10-part business workshop series offered to a select group of food company owners (foodservice and food products) who seek higher levels of success in business.  Industry experts will work with your business fundamentals, including your strategic plan and operations, and will develop practical and measurable goals and plans of action.

Program Objectives:

  • Accelerate food entrepreneur businesses located in Alameda County
  • Help strengthen these businesses to grow faster, obtain capital, hire more workers and impact the community
  • Connect entrepreneurs to experts to advise the entrepreneurs regarding best practices and resources
  • Create a network for these businesses to receive technical assistance and peer advice during and after the sessions

Classes will be held on Mondays beginning January 8, 2018 at 125 12th Street in Oakland from 6:30pm-8:30pm.

2018 Session Dates: 1/8; 1/22; 1/29; 2/5; 2/26; 3/5; 3/12; 3/19; 4/2; 4/9.

Application Deadline: Applications are due no later than December 15, 2017.  Space is limited and is not guaranteed to all applicants.  For Additional Information and Application https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/foodadvanced

Lee Lambert
seminars@acsbdc.org
Alameda County Conference Center
125 12th Street
Oakland, CA 94607

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It all starts here. Complete the application and submit your request. A member of the SBDC will follow up with you and help you achieve your small business goals -- at no cost to you.
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Funded in part through cooperative agreements with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the California Governors Office for Business and Economic Development, and other private and public partners;  and nationally accredited by the association of SBDCs.