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How to launch a Cottage Foods Business
**This is a two-part webinar, each session will have new information. Please attend both to get the full benefit of this course!**

The goal of this two -part webinar course is to jump start entrepreneurs on launching a Cottage Foods business. From creative decisions to legal requirements, this course covers topics you need to know to successfully initiate your home-based business.
-What are Cottage Foods? A subset of artisan
foods, local and regional by nature
-The legal requirements from permitting and
licensing
-Define your Product, Goal Setting and Branding
-What to consider with packaging, sales and
delivery
-Food trends and finding your market
-Create an online presence
-Promote and connect with buyers and customers
-Maximize your online and social media visibility with tips and insights from our team

Hosted by Mani Naill. Mani is a chef, baker and entrepreneur, founder of two
successful bakery-cafes, former Executive Chef for national
wholesaler Just Desserts and author of four cookbooks.
As a hands-on food R&D chef, he has worked with everyone from start-ups entering the food field to creating bench samples for nationally known brands. Check out his website (https://www.manistestkitchen.com/) and follow him @manistestkitchen on Instagram.


The information provided in this webinar and any supplementary materials provided are intended for educational and informational purposes only and does not constitute professional financial or legal advice. By registering for this webinar, you accept and agree to the full disclaimer available at https://zoom.asksbdc.com/SBDC_Webinar_Disclaimer and that under no circumstances shall the named parties be held liable for any claims, losses, or damages arising out of or in any way related to the information provided in this webinar and/or the registrant’s use of or reliance on said information.
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