Kickstart your food and drink business

Kickstart your food and drink business
Roisin Skinner
Roisin SkinnerE-learning

Posted: Tue 2nd Mar 2021

Do you have a great idea for a food / drink business idea but don't know how to take it to the next level?

There's a lot to consider when starting a food and drink business such as market research, getting your pricing right and promoting your product through marketing and social media. If you have a food start-up idea or a start-up trading less than two years based in the UK, you can get access to exclusive e-learning with the Food Fellowship programme. From developing your idea to creating an online presence, the e-learning modules will allow you to accelerate your business. Sign up here.

Here are three of the top e-learning videos from the Food Fellowship programme to get your food and drink businesses started:

Developing your food and drink business idea

Karen Green, founder of The Food Mentor, takes you through how to develop your idea, profitability, budget and preparing for growth.

What to include in a food and drink business plan

When starting out, it's important to have a business plan to give you a sense of direction. This video will help you understand the best format to write your plan and the essentials of what to include.

Researching your market to find your customers

What makes your customers tick? Find out the importance of understanding your core customer and how your product offering really caters to their needs​.

**_The Food Fellowship programme, in partnership with Uber is giving new food entrepreneurs the tools to start their businesses.

If you are an Enterprise Nation member, log in to start the e-learning.

If you're not an Enterprise Nation member, sign up here._**

Roisin Skinner
Roisin SkinnerE-learning
Experienced in person trainer who pivoted during the pandemic to manage and deliver e-learning training for Enterprise Nation.

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