Small food business owners are often new to the business world and face what can feel like insurmountable problems. There are typically ongoing issues of growth, customer service, vendors and suppliers, competitors, and other problems. Whether you have a storefront or work from home, we’ll discuss ways to deal with, and respond to, these challenges. Bring your questions and ideas to class.

Mimi Fix began a baking career from her licensed home kitchen and then moved her business into a bakery and café. She later worked in multiple restaurants and corporate R&D kitchens and then returned to school for an MA in writing and food studies. She owns Baking Fix, a culinary business consulting firm, and teaches both business and hands-on baking classes in local colleges and through the Culinary Institute of America (CIA).

Where Do We Go From Here? A Workshop for Small Food Business Owners

Small food business owners are often new to the business world and face what can feel like insurmountable problems. There are typically ongoing issues of growth, customer service, vendors and suppliers, competitors, and other problems. Whether you have a storefront or work from home, we’ll discuss ways to deal with, and respond to, these challenges. Bring your questions and ideas to class.

Mimi Fix began a baking career from her licensed home kitchen and then moved her business into a bakery and café. She later worked in multiple restaurants and corporate R&D kitchens and then returned to school for an MA in writing and food studies. She owns Baking Fix, a culinary business consulting firm, and teaches both business and hands-on baking classes in local colleges and through the Culinary Institute of America (CIA).

Where Do We Go From Here? A Workshop for Small Food Business Owners

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