Not able to make it to Project NOSH LA? We’re pleased to announce that every speaker presentation, panel and discussion from our one day conference for food entrepreneurs is now available for viewing on YouTube.
Project NOSH hosted its first official strategy and networking conference for emerging natural foods brands at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles on Thursday, Nov. 5. Featuring upwards of 20 seasoned experts from the space as presenters and panelists, the audience of entrepreneurs were treated to an educational event that dove deep into an accelerating and evolving natural and organic foods world that has become more norm than niche.
Project NOSH Los Angeles (the first conference devoted to the strategic needs of emerging Natural, Organic, Sustainable and Healthy food companies) will take place on Nov. 5 as part of the comprehensive rollout of Project NOSH, the BevNET team’s new industry resource for Natural, Organic, Sustainable and Healthy food companies.
BevNET FBU (Food & Beverage University) released today the preliminary agenda for its September 30 event at WGBH Studios in Boston. The one-day educational event is designed to provide entrepreneurial food and beverage companies with the tools and industry knowledge they need to launch and position themselves for long-term growth and success.
Giving attendees all they need to know to understand the dynamic world of food and beverage entrepreneurialism, this full-day business education and networking conference will take place on September 30 in Boston, MA.
Food and Beverage University has four action-packed seminars ahead for 2015 and we made our very first stop in the Lone Star State capital of Austin, Texas. “Keeping Austin weird” is the city’s motto, and frankly, if weird means innovative, unique, energizing, and avant-garde, then Austin is very weird.