So you have a recipe that you love and all your friends and family have told you to start selling? Or maybe you're already selling at your local farmer's market but you want to get your product on national (or even international) store shelves?
So you love to cook and you want to start selling your menu online? Or maybe you want to sell your catering services as a personal chef?
Whatever your concept, you want to learn how to start a small food business or restaurant and we're here to help.
When it comes to launching in the food industry, we find that many of our clients are intimidated by the connotation the industry has. High turnover, low success rate, large startup investment, and the list goes on.
But, if you prepare yourself and do the work required to lay a proper foundation and get started on your concept, the journey doesn't have to be rocky.
If you're interested in starting a service-based food business (restaurant, catering, bakery, personal chef, etc.) but don't know where to start, then grab a pen and paper, and keep reading. In today's post, we're sharing the 3 V's to start a restaurant or small food business.
So you have a concept that you think is stellar and you want to launch it within your industry? What now? How do you launch your brand and not look like a total amateur?
Before introducing your product or service to the marketplace, it's important to understand specific attributes about your offer, your customer, and your brand.
We've worked with clients who have tried to launch their brands but felt uncertain in what they had to offer. In working with them, we've learned some lessons and have been able to teach and master the Confidence Mindset - an equation for launching unique, engaging, and stand out brands no matter the industry.