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BevNET’s upcoming FBU Boston conference, which is a one-day business education and networking event, has added new speakers and features that are designed to put CPG entrepreneurs in position to find growth opportunities – and succeed when those opportunities arise. New speakers include Pete Lescoe, founder of Food Should Taste Good, Clayton Christopher, founder of Sweet Leaf Tea and Deep Eddy Vodka, and Kim Greenfield, the founder of Campo Verde Solutions.
Companies interested in getting in front of the BevNET FBU Boston 2014 audience should contact John McKenna at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-231-8825.
Agenda for BevNET FBU Boston 2014 Last updated: March 19, 2014. Lineup subject to change. THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 2014 8:30AM – 9:00AM Registration & Breakfast 9:00AM – 9:05AM Welcoming Remarks – John Craven, Founder/CEO BevNET, and Jeffrey Klineman,Editor-in-Chief, BevNET 9:05AM – 9:25AM Lessons of an Entrepreneur, Three Times Over – Clayton Christopher, Founder, Sweet… Read more »
BevNET FBU Boston 2014 will be held at: Artists for Humanity EpiCenter 100 West 2nd. Street Boston, MA 02127 View Larger Map
Participating speakers include: Joe Hamza, VP Marketing & Sales, Tedeschi Food Shops Charlie Moro, President, CFS Consulting Group; former VP of Marketing-Business Development, Tree of Life Company; former Senior Buyer, Target Paula Grant, Founding Partner, Flood Creative Shane Emmett, CEO, Health Warrior, Inc. Mike Burgmaier, Managing Director, Silverwood Partners Bob Burke, founder, Natural Products Consulting; co-author,… Read more »
Topics to be covered during the full-day program will range from those rudimentary design, sales and marketing, and production elements that are required of any new enterprise to distribution and retail launch strategies. Entrepreneurs and financial advisors will provide thorough understanding of the capital requirements food and beverage companies need for growth and sustainability, and the best ways to access potential investors at various stages of company maturity.