EATS

EATS is a food incubator program which fosters food industry entrepreneurship through education and training in the Inland Empire. The program offers business development support and professional experience from its leadership team to help startup and early stage food entrepreneurs launch their products into the marketplace. The SBDC Food Incubator Program focuses on four core areas to successfully incubate clients into business operators. These areas are: workshops and seminars, business and technical assistance, access to a home kitchen or a food processing space and access to the local food industry cluster.

SBDC EATS Presents "The Whole Kitchen Sink"

If you are looking to use a commercial kitchen, start a food truck, sell homemade cookies and pies or open a brick and mortar restaurant then this is the program for you! At no cost, this series will take you from creating your concept to starting your business and everything in between. Consider this a crash course on becoming a foodpreneur!

So What's on the Menu?

IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO START A FOOD TRUCK, SELL HOMEMADE COOKIES AND PIES OR OPEN A BRICK AND MORTAR RESTAURANT THEN THIS IS THE PROGRAM FOR YOU! AT NO COST, THIS SERIES WILL TAKE YOU FROM CREATING YOUR CONCEPT TO STARTING YOUR BUSINESS AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. CONSIDER THIS A CRASH COURSE ON BECOMING A FOODPRENEUR!

THE WHOLE KITCHEN SINK IS A 6-WEEK CRASH COURSE ON BECOMING A FOODPRENEUR – GET THIS – AT NO COST. THIS IS A HANDS-ON PROGRAM, WHERE PARTICIPANTS LEARN TO START THEIR BUSINESS AND USE A COMMERCIAL KITCHEN SPACE.

25 people will be selected based on an interview process.

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Program Main Courses

PROGRAM CURRICULUM

Class 1 – BUILDING AND PLANNING FOR YOUR BUSINESS, WHAT IS THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR ME?

Wednesday, September 11th

Class 2 – CREATING, COSTING AND PRICING YOUR PRODUCTS

Wednesday, September 18th

Class 3 – SOURCING AND SELLING YOUR PRODUCTS

Wednesday, September 25th

Class 4 – GRADUATION

Wednesday, October 2nd

About Eats

The EATS program is a food incubator program which fosters food industry entrepreneurship through education and training in the Inland Empire. The program offers business development support and professional experience from its leadership team to help startup and early stage food entrepreneurs launch their products into the marketplace. The SBDC Food Incubator Program focuses on four core areas to successfully incubate clients into business operators. These areas are: workshops and seminars, business and technical assistance, access to a home kitchen or a food processing space and access to the local food industry cluster.

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