BevnetFBU Boston 2014
March 27, 2014
We’re just one day away from BevNET FBU Boston and excited to announce the addition of a free video stream of the event! Broadcast live from the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter in Boston, the video stream will feature every presentation and panel from the one-day business education and networking event.
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BevNET is proud to announce two exciting new program additions to the BevNET FBU Boston lineup, both of which draw on the great strength of opportunities available to food and beverage entrepreneurs in the New England area.
From angel investment and product formulation, to package design and distribution, BevNET FBU will run the gamut in terms of what entrepreneurs need to know to hit the ground running from day one – and for years to come. If you haven’t already signed up, NOW is the time to register!
From angels to crowdsourcing to private equity to venture capital, BevNET FBU Boston will feature a broad look at financial options for new food and beverage companies that will match the lifecycle and needs at all growth stages.
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.
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...
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.