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Getting Your Recipe to Market Client Success Story: Tân Tân Foods

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on February 11, 2021

 

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Lisa Tran and her family have been in the restaurant business for at least 3 generations. When she

became a mother to twins a few years ago she realized she was going to have to do things differently. That's when she found the Small Business Development Center's "Getting Your Recipe to Market" program and began bottling the family sauces. This is her story.

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Topics: Small Business, Business Profiles, Food, Getting Your Recipe to Market, #restaurant

Client Success Story: Migration Brewing

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on February 01, 2021

In the fall of 2008 McKean Banzer-Lausberg and three friends sat down for a beer together one afternoon and talked about their shared passion for craft beer, community, meaningful relationships, and their vision of the future. Out of that meeting came the idea and a plan that would change their lives forever -- Migration Brewing. This is their story.

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Topics: Small Business, Business Profiles, Food, #restaurant

Client Success Story: Robyn's Craft Bakehouse

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on January 25, 2021

Inspired by her grandmother Dorothy, Robyn Galbos believes that food has role as a medium beyond basic nourishment. Food can tell a story of a culture, a time, a place, an experience, and even an ethos. While starting Robyn's Craft Bakehouse, making and selling whole grain crackers and crisps, Robyn attended the Getting Your Recipe to Market program at the PCC Small Business Development Center. This is her story.

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Topics: Small Business, Business Profiles, Food, Getting Your Recipe to Market

The Importance of Functional Nutrition

Posted by PCC Institute for Health Professionals on July 13, 2020

Whether you've been in the field for a while or are just starting your healthcare career in nutrition, the Functional Nutrition Program at the PCC Institute for Health Professionals will provide many benefits to your career development. The program will not only provide you with a solid foundation to develop your professional nutrition career, but it will also prepare you for the Holistic Nutrition Credentialing Board or HNCB certification exam.

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Topics: Healthcare, CLIMB Center, Functional Nutrition, Integrative Healthcare, Food

How Much Revenue Do You Need as a New Restaurant or Bar in Portland?

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on September 16, 2019

In August of 2019, the Northeast Portland brunch cafe Beeswing closed its doors. The restaurant had been open for two and a half years and was owned and operated by industry veterans. The reason? It wasn’t profitable enough. Beeswing isn’t alone: Portland has a long history of shuttered restaurants and bars that served amazing food and drink but still eventually closed. After all, the revenue needed for restaurants in Portland to succeed is staggeringly high.

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Topics: Small Business, CLIMB Center, Food, Restaurants

Advisor Spotlight: Jill Beaman (Getting Your Recipe to Market)

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on August 29, 2019

With a deep background in the wine industry, professional education in agriculture and business, and experience as a food researcher, Jill Beaman came to lead the Getting Your Recipe to Market Program at the PCC SBDC 7 years ago. This is her story.

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Topics: Small Business, Business, Food, Getting Your Recipe to Market, PCC Stories

SBDC Clients Take Their Recipes to Market

Posted by Sean Harry on August 29, 2019

What do Brazi Bites, Seely Mint, A Better Bean Co, Pozole to the People, and Driftwest Water Kefir have in common? They are all graduates of the PCC Small Business Development Center Getting Your Recipe to Market program (GYRM).

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Topics: Small Business, Food, Getting Your Recipe to Market, PCC Stories

Meet Our Newest Food Business Advisor: Hannah Kullberg

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on June 27, 2019

Hannah Kullberg began her work with the PCC Small Business Develop Center in March of 2019. She is an advisor in the Getting Your Recipe to Market (GYRM) Program. This is her story.

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Topics: Small Business, Meet the SBDC Team, Starting a Business, Growing a Business, Food, Getting Your Recipe to Market, PCC Stories

5 Costly Mistakes New Food Entrepreneurs Make (And How to Avoid Them)

Posted by Jill Beaman on April 27, 2018

You have a recipe that everyone loves. Friends and family have told you over and over how great your food is, that you could make a killing selling it. Maybe you’ve even dreamed up the perfect name for your barbecue sauce or cookie dough. You can see the product design in your head. You are ready to make the dream a reality.

Hold on just one second before you spend that money on printing labels and buying equipment. You could be making one of many costly mistakes made by first-time food entrepreneurs... These mistakes can set the production of your product back months, or even years.

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Topics: Small Business, Starting a Business, Food

Thoughts on Getting Your Recipe to Market from a Graduate

Posted by PCC Small Business Development Center on August 15, 2017

Lisa Tran of Tan Tan Cafe & Delicatessen is a former student and was kind enough to share feedback about her experience in the Getting Your Recipe to Market (GYRM) program. We thought it answered a lot of questions a lot of people might have, so we're posting her responses for you to read as well!

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Topics: Small Business, Food, Getting Your Recipe to Market

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