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Small Direct Local Food Brand

A small direct local brand is defined as a company that sells food products exclusively in a local market. Usually, the vast majority of its sales are through retail and direct-to-consumer channels to make this business model viable.

Wisconsin Local Food Marketing Guide

Wisconsin Local Food Marketing Guide

106 pages of Free report content by Wisconsin DATCP

How do you get started in local food production and marketing? What do you need to consider? Like any business venture, establishing the entire concept and developing the initial steps may seem overwhelming. You must learn a whole new set of skills and be proficient at them for your business to succeed.

Books or Guide about Operations for businesses that are Pre-Venture | Startups

PoSaNa Investor Showcase Presentation

poSaNa Example Investor Pitch Presentation

Paid investor pitch example by Edible-Alpha®

poSaNa organics is a manufacturer of best-in-class gluten-free cooking and baking mixes wholesaling to grocers and retailing directly online. This pitch deck is an example of an optimized pitch deck template to successfully raise money and communicate the company's business model.
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Tool or Template about Raising Capital for businesses that are Growing and Scaling

Creme de la Coulee

Growing An Artisan Cheese Company By Selling Direct to Consumers

30 minutes of Free audio by Edible-Alpha®

Bill Anderson of Creme de la Coulee is a Wisconsin local artisan cheese maker who uses a CSA model through a cheese of the month club to connect directly with consumers. He talks about what it takes to grow a local artisan cheese company and what you have to consider when thinking about scaling that up.

Podcast about Business Models for businesses that are Growing and Scaling

WWBIC

Working With Alternative Lenders like WWBIC To Grow Your Food Business

50 minutes of Free audio by Edible-Alpha®

This podcast outlines what it is like to work with alternative lenders and CDFIs like WWBIC. WWBIC offers a combination of relevant business classes, business loans up to $250,000, assistance with personal financial management, and connections to people who can make things happen for business owners and entrepreneurs across the state of Wisconsin.

Podcast about Raising Capital for businesses that are Pre-Venture | Startups

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