Sandra Brown started a business doing what she does best: baking. After years of receiving compliments from family and friends about her baked goodies, Sandra decided to turn her passion into a business. Learn how Sandra is starting her baked goods business, the challenges she is facing, and the difficulties of starting a business part-time:
Are you a whizz in the oven? Do you make the most delicious cupcakes, breads, cookies or pies or other baked goods? If you are, you may want to consider starting a home-baked goods business from home.
Learn how California couple Andy and Rachel Berliner started Amy’s Kitchen, the natural and organic frozen food brand, and turned this home-based business into a multi-million success.
The mobile food industry has seen a massive resurgence, especially in big urban areas such as Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Miami and San Francisco. If you are looking to start your own mobile food truck business, here are 10 things to consider.
Some businesses “get” social media, but many still don’t. But for those who understand how to use social media for their marketing, the results can be quite impressive. One home business that gets social media is CurbsideCupcakes.com, a mobile vendor of gourmet cupcakes in the Washington D.C. area. Learn how CurbsideCupcakes.com is growing their business through one tweet and one Facebook friend at a time.
For a growing number of families, the question, What’s for dinner? is best answered with a phone call to a personal chef. Personal chefs offer an affordable and great-tasting solution to families with little or no time to cook. Learn about Jill Donenfeld, who is making a name for herself in the personal chef business with her The Dish’s Dishes in Manhattan.