Intentions and expectations, 2017. Welcome to 2017, filled with wishes and dreams for whatever your intentions you have set for your business this year.
We started promoting and marketing the concept of a kitchen incubator for food startups and having a community kitchen that would be able to offer cooking skills and educational courses to create a vibrant and sustainable community.
It’s been a couple of years of working with brokers, landlords, and the people who can assist in getting loans. (money people.) What it has come to is the decision to file as a non-profit. This way we are likely able to get our educational programs financed through fundraising of donations. Run a capital campaign for a kitchen space. There still will be the issue with real estate. I have always believed that it only takes only one person to some land that is serviced to develop the property with either containers or a build out of a warehouse space in a light industrial area. (this is what is needed to have a commercial kitchen space.) To offer shared kitchen rentals and educational programs.
A new beginning of doing the commercial kitchen space. In order to take this to the next step, putting together a board of directors to help make this dream and intention a reality. If this is something that is calling you to be a part of please call me.
Start by joining me in this course. this course with me to help you decide. Starting a new social enterprise or nonprofit.
Lean Startup Principles for Social Impact is a 4-week course inspired by the Lean Launchpad Class pioneered by Steve Blank. In this course, you will learn how to test, validate, and adapt your vision of change to ensure you’re creating the greatest impact and investing your time in something that truly meets the needs of your customers and stakeholders.
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