Jeremy Isenberg, President of Chex Finer Foods, will speak at Project NOSH Live on June 12 at the Metropolitan West in New York, NY. Chex, founded in 1965, is one of the country’s few remaining large-scale independent, regional direct store delivery (DSD) providers and is instrumental in building and developing the market for specialty and natural brands including Skinny Pop, Justin’s Nut Butters, and Tate’s Cookies, to name a few.
On June 11th through June 15th, BevNET Live (beverage), NOSH Live (packaged natural food), and Brewbound (beer) will pass the microphone to thought leaders and innovators from their respective industries. Speakers include founders and CEOs from CircleUp, Presence Marketing, Whole Foods, La Colombe, Halen Brands, Califia Farms, Founders Brewing, Bell’s Brewery, and more.
When Jason Cohen entered the business world as a life insurance salesman, he knew one thing: you’re only as good as the relationships you have with your clients. Now as a successful entrepreneur and investor, he’s capitalized on that knowledge, and added to it another rule: that to support that success you need a solid team and a product that appeals to the consumer. At NOSH Live on Monday, June 12 in Manhattan, Cohen will give attendees an inside look at his success in the industry.
Few consumer brands have gone from zero to $1 billion as fast as Chobani yogurt. Kyle O’Brien led the sales charge at Chobani, leading its revenue growth and transformation into the largest yogurt brand in the U.S. — and he’ll lead a discussion on fast growth at NOSH Live, taking place in Manhattan on Monday, June 12.
As Project NOSH in New York draws near, so too does the exciting Project NOSH Pitch Slam, which returns for its second edition on June 12 at the Metropolitan West Pavilion. The premier opportunity for a select group of emerging natural packaged food brands to step into the spotlight, the Pitch Slam is the signature competition of the Project NOSH Summer 2017 conference; it is sponsored by ADM.
Project NOSH is taking Manhattan. When we raise the curtain on our second New York-based strategy, growth and networking conference for entrepreneurial food businesses, we’ll do so at the Metropolitan Pavilion West, at 639 W 46th Street, on Monday, June 12. An afternoon “Boot Camp” for early-stage entrepreneurs will be offered the day before at a different location.