NOSH Live 2017
ICYMI: This gallery showcases some of the most impactful moments from NOSH Live Winter 2017.
During his presentation at NOSH Live Winter in Santa Monica, California, earlier this month, Adnan Durrani spoke about his experience building the Halal-focused food brand and what he learned from working with investors.
After the NOSH Live conference last Thursday, a group of budding food entrepreneurs reconvened on Friday for a set of more intimate informational sessions on how to further build their businesses. A key session of the day was a deeper look at team building and best practices for hiring during periods of rapid growth.
Some turn to coffee for an afternoon pick me up, but NOSH Live attendees re-energized with inspiring insights and advice during last week’s event. Here are a few highlights from the afternoon sessions at NOSH Live Summer 2017.
NOSH Live Winter 2017 attendees were hungry for industry insights on Thursday morning, but they definitely got their fill before the day was through — arguably, even before lunch.
The California-based company brand of frozen, grassfed and finished beef and chicken patties won the third annual Pitch Slam based on what judges said were strong flavors and intuitive packaging design that served as a “road map for the mind.”
The food industry is like photography: entrepreneurs need to look at their world through a focused lens in order to get the best result. Or at least that’s how James Richardson, senior VP of knowledge and innovation at the Hartman Group, sees it. Richardson shared that sentiment and other insights on the power of focus for growing brands during last month’s Summer 2017 NOSH Live event in N.Y.C. Watch his entire presentation here.
There is no such thing as an afternoon slump at NOSH Live. Presentations continued throughout the day on topics ranging from what’s trending in Whole Foods Market to scaling and selling your business. Here are a few highlights from the afternoon sessions at NOSH Live Summer 2017.
The event at the Metropolitan West in New York City was packed with presentations ranging from the keys to growing brands and relationships to the steps for rapid growth and the best branding for good-for-you products. The buzz of networking breaks was actionable advice, stories from market leaders and conversations with industry trailblazers — and that was all before lunch.
The New York-based, mission-driven hot sauce brand won the second annual Project NOSH Pitch Slam at the Metropolitan West in New York City on Monday. Bronx Hot Sauce Vice President Daniel Fitzgerald competed against representatives from four other emerging brands: Cali’flour Foods, Zesty Z, Bearded Brothers and Partake Foods.