Webinar: How to launch a Food & Drink business 101

4th June 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Hosted by fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) business development consultant Nat Cooper

About this Event

Following 9 years of sales & marketing roles within fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and working for the likes of Vita Coco, Doisy & Dam & Modern Standard Coffee, Nat Cooper has decided to go solo & share per expertise with young food & drink brands. In this webinar Nat will take you through the key points to consider when launching your very own food and drink business.

Take away an understand of some key elements:
Key stockists, channels, buyers, wholesale, e-commerce, challenger brands
Finding a niche & Identifying the opportunity
Developing your idea into a business plan – Competitor analysis, possible income streams, early considerations
Testing the market & pivoting based on feedback
Getting sales ready

Nat is an enthusiastic & knowledgeable sales professional and offers valuable insight into the often-intimidating world of sales & account management. Nat is a passionate foodie & conscious consumer, with a particular interest in start-ups & challenger brands. With a focus on lead generation, brand positioning & account management, Nat can help you increase buyer engagement & identify opportunities for growth.

Introducing the Make Ideas Happen Webinar Series, brought to you by Enterprise Support #backedbybrookes

Join us online to ignite your skills, develop your business and make ideas happen!

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Date:
4th June 2020
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
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Brookes Enterprise Support
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