Focused on improving food security, the Mission Community Skills Centre Society recently piloted their Wild Craft Foods Program in support of indigenous youth.
If you can scale up production, it may be time to look at expanding into larger retail. To be successful, that’s going to take some planning and preparation.
Ever wonder how brands and logos magically get developed? It’s because of YOUR vision. That doesn’t mean you have to come up with a literal logo concept and design, but good designers and branding strategists need you as the guiding light to reflect your brand, graphically.
Wanting to appeal to a younger demographic than traditional honey consumers, the plan was to raise the perceived value of the Honey Bee Zen brand, making it stand out in the overcrowded BC honey market.
It was graduation day for sixty-six B.C. Food Processors who completed the first Food Business Refresh Program.
Due to the pandemic, NPK experienced a significant decline in sales. She enrolled her company into the Refresh program to formulate a pivot plan. Along with over 60 other B.C. food processors, she was appreciative of the personalized support.
Although the pandemic lingers, many businesses continue to shift and alter their operations for today, but also with a vision of what things might look like in 6 months or even a year.
Over 50 B.C. small food processors are being rejuvenated after completing the first phase of the Food Business Refresh Program.
While you persevere and produce with your product output, track and then consider how what you're doing can affect your business in the short and long term.
As things in BC start to open up, there will still be limitations and barriers (literally!), but also new threads of opportunity. With your structured approach, segment and analyse the three main areas of your business: 1) operations/production, 2) sales/marketing, and 3) financial management.