05 Dec BossLadies Breakfast Meet
BossLadies Breakfast Meet On Food and Beverage
The food and beverage industry are traditionally championed by men, which is rather surprising because women have been managing household kitchens for ages. The latest international food trends from 2017 suggest that traditional food choices are back in demand, and plant-based foods are likely to be an emerging choice (Source: BakingBusiness.com).
We are proud to organize Boss Ladies 1st Food and Beverage Breakfast Meet, where we would be talking of the industry in particular. This is our shout out to home chefs, enthusiastic bakers, and women looking to explore the food and beverage industries. Join us as we look at some of the most amazing international trends in these allied industries and explore the options that women in Chandigarh and whole of India can explore.
At Boss Ladies, we are committed to focusing on networking events, which will bring women from all spheres together on a platform, so that they empower each other. Our Food and Beverage Networking Breakfast is our first step towards this industry, and we intend to cover some of the key points, not limited to-
-Up-scaling small businesses to the next level
-Marketing businesses through the right channels
-Supplies and setups that would help women entrepreneurs in setting business in Chandigarh
-Utilizing changing trends of display and equipment
-Learning more about managing client reviews, feedback and operations.
We would also like to discuss and share stories of successful women entrepreneurs as how they have changed and impacted the international food industry and how some of these can be utilized for the home turf.
A quick overview
Boss Ladies would like to bring attention to some of the amazing trends that may help our female entrepreneurs in developing and nurturing business ideas they have always wanted.
According to a blog by globalrealstateexperts.com:
1. People are looking for meatless alternatives, and plants won’t be just about salads. Considering that Northern India has a fair share of vegetarians, this can be a huge trend worth following. Women can consider setting up small, vegan brands that are not massive on scale but ideas.
2. The demand for ethnic restaurants is on the rise. As such, if you are someone who has been waiting to start a small eatery or restaurant, this is the time to offer the flavours of your home kitchen in a fully-commercial setup. This also offers scope to think of a meal delivery business – cooked at home, delivered to customers directly!
3. More customers are also looking for alternatives to sodas and aerated drinks. We believe this might be an idea that women in northern India can consider to sell small but in-demand products like herbal infused tea, or even packaged homemade buttermilk.
At Boss Ladies 1st Food and Beverage Breakfast Meet, we will also like to take a call on how smaller companies and businesses run by women can move to the next level with an effective mix of marketing strategies. Sign up for our Boss Ladies event, and we promise this will be rewarding and enriching experience for any woman remotely interested in the food industry.
More Power to all BossLadiesIndia