Food entrepreneurs have the opportunity to launch their own crowdfunding campaign and learn from expert, Lisa Fetterman who raised US$1.3 million on Kickstarter, during a new course, “Crowdfunding For Food Entrepreneurs” hosted by Food+Tech Ed.
Fetterman’s food innovation, Nomiku, is an at-home sous vide immersion circulator, which was created to give more people access to delicious food. “Nomiku allows me to use this temperature-controlled way of cooking conveniently in my own home,” said Top Chef winner Kristen Kish in a testimonial. Now, during this one-day intensive bootcamp entrepreneurs can learn the skills and gain the tools to launch their own successful campaign.
From pre-planning to maintaining momentum from backers, participants will walk away with an action plan and templates to get their own food businesses funded. Additional takeaways include:
Understand what it takes to get your project funded
Learn how to cultivate and activate your tribe to create pre-launch buzz
Crash course in PR and marketing strategy to get a pre-launch media blitz
Craft a compelling crowdfunding page
Understand what it takes to create a killer promo video on any budget
Learn how to set campaign goals, stretch goals and rewards
Develop a communications strategy for during and after your campaign
Understand fulfillment costs, logistics and best practices
Determine which crowdfunding platform is right for you
Learn how to build the right team from small to large budgets
Walk away with a crowdfunding strategy
And in order to create greater financial access to the course, the Food Tank community will receive 25 percent off, use code “cf25.” There are two options for taking the course, in-person on March 28, 2015 or online in May. Register here today!