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Let’s Talk Food: Selling Your Homemade Goods

A Conversation & Networking Opportunity
Let's Talk Food: Selling Your Homemade Goods
June 19th, 2019
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
What You'll Gain:
  • Learn about CT's Cottage Kitchen laws and how they can help you get your food business off the ground
  • Network with fellow entrepreneurs
Cost: $0

How can Connecticut’s new Cottage Kitchen laws help you start your own food business? In order to realize her dream of starting a food business, Adriana Robles, owner of Good Morning Cupcake, thought she’d have to invest in a food truck or brick and mortar store. Then she learned about these new regulations, which allowed her to begin her business in her own kitchen. Come hear from Adriana about her journey, and talk with her and other hopeful entrepreneurs about how these new regulations might help you realize your own dreams.

Location: WBDC Stamford office

Instructor: Adriana Robles
Title: Owner, Good Morning Cupcakes
Bio: ADRIANA ROBLES, a graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI, has been a pastry chef at Cipriani Restaurant in New York and South End in New Canaan. She also worked at Brownie and Company in Darien before launching Good Morning Cupcake, the first full-service dessert catering company of its kind in Fairfield County.
Register for Let's Talk Food: Selling Your Homemade Goods
Terms of Service: WBDC is a nonprofit organization, required by its funders to collect data requested on this form. WBDC places great value on your personal privacy and the confidential facts and figures you disclose concerning your business activities. Information concerning you and your business is kept strictly confidential and is reported only in aggregate unless prior approval is received from you. WBDC is able to offer its programs and services at afforable and/or reduced rates due to the support of Federal, State, Municipal, Corporate and Individual contributors and the programs or services you participate in are either partially or fully subsidized.

Small Business AssociationThis program is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. We make reasonable accommodations for access by persons with disabilities.