The BevNET Food & Beverage University heads to LA on Sept 11

Calling all food & beverage entrepreneurs!

BevNET Food & Beverage University heads to LA on Sept 11

Want to avoid rookie mistakes when you take your new food or beverage brand to market? Or perhaps you’ve been in business a couple of years and are looking to take your brand in a new direction, secure new financing or utilize new sales and marketing tools?

Either way, a day at the BevNET Food & Beverage University (FBU) in Los Angeles on September 11 will give you the opportunity to learn from some of the most successful entrepreneurs in the business, from Califia Farms CEO Greg Steltenpohl to Way Better Snacks founder & CEO Jim Breen.

The one-day event, held at the Skirball Cultural Center, is designed to give entrepreneurs the tools they needs to develop, fund, launch, and market their brands, with speakers addressing a wide range of topics from initial formulation and packaging design to positioning your company for different types of investment.

Click HERE for the program.

Investors presenting will range from angels who have backed entrepreneurial brands such as KeVita, KRAVE Jerky, Mamma Chia and others, as well as private equity funds that have backed brands such as Kind, Muscle Milk, Vitaminwater and more.

For more information and to register, click HERE.   

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