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Reimagining Tradition & Revolutionizing Food Production
April 19, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm$15
Small Business Mentorship Series (SBMS)
Mission: Heirloom – Reimagining Tradition & Revolutionizing Food Production
Yrmis Barroeta and Bobby Chang founded the company based on their experiences with the connection between food and personal health. Modifying what they ate and how it was prepared eliminated their auto-immune and digestive issues, and changed their lives! The company vision is an extension of that experience, offering a wide variety of “organic, gluten-free, local sustainable and hand-crafted food”.
Come to hear about this journey from idea to reality!
Following the talk, we will have a speed-pitch opportunity and networking hour -every attendee will have the opportunity to take the microphone for a 30-second pitch or service description.
Refreshments will be provided
The Small Business Mentorship Series (SBMS) is a monthly forum where you can hear how rising East Bay small businesses defined their vision, strategy and execution. Come learn about some of the most exciting enterprises in our area and network with other owners and executives.
The Alameda County Small Business Development Center is the premier provider of advisory services to small businesses in our area. Our advisors provide a wide range of expert consulting services to assist entrepreneurs to start, fund and grow their businesses. We work hands-on with clients to address challenges, seize opportunities and grow our clients’ bottom line.