If you own a small food business, you’re probably overwhelmed and intimidated by the quality of food photography you see on social media, and you’re probably thinking that you just don’t have the time to become an expert photographer. On the other end, you realize how crucial it is to get noticed and have impact with your photography.
You’ve decided to exhibit at the Fancy Food Show, it is a major expense for your small food business and you want to do everything possible to make it successful.
Here are 17 tips we gathered from exhibitors, consultants, the Specialty Food Association, and our own experience in several industries, on how to maximize your presence at the show.
Like any small food business, I am asking myself the question. The Fancy Food Show is such a HUGE thing that you may be thinking that it is the sure way to be discovered by a large number of retailers and distributors. But when is it the right time?
This week, we’ve grown by leaps and bounds… in developing programs which should help us grow our list of prospect customers. Exciting stuff!
9h30 on March 4, 2017 – It’s -10F on this cold Saturday morning (-17F with the windchill factor, but who’s counting!), and there are about 80 people in line – OUTSIDE – in front of Régine Café, a popular place for brunch in Montreal.
I recently read a fascinating book The Tastemakers: Why We’re Crazy for Cupcakes but Fed Up with Fondue, a fascinating book about recent food trends.
5,000 exhibitors, 80,000 products, 7 hours a day of walking up and down the alleys! How different is your product?
Are you blogging for business? If so, did you see the movie “Julie & Julia”? Are you jealous of the success of Julie Powell’s blog? Are you trying to find THE idea which will make you famous like her?
If so, you’re not alone. I am convinced lots of people wish the same. But with millions of bloggers around the world, there are not so many of these stories.