From Foodpreneur to Business Mentor
Listen to what it means to grow up on a farm, move to the Big Apple, bootstrap your business for nine years, and succeed. Get ready to be inspired.
The Power of Metrics
In this episode we discuss Belinda's first business Butter Beans and how it was created, managed and sold for a profit.
A health and wellness company that is focused on providing healthy food for children and professionals. Offers delicious and healthy meals to schools and companies, while also running a children?s camp where they learn about the origin of different foods. Programs include cooking classes and farming trips.
NYU Stern (p.10)
HOW SWEET IT IS GOURMET MADAGASCAR CHOCOLATE IS JUST ONE OF THE NEW VENTURES STERN ALUMS ARE DIGGING INTO
As an alumna of Stern’s Executive MBA Program, Belinda DiGiambattista (MBA ’05) went to every event offered by the Berkley Center.
A small business owner learns how to beat out much larger competitors by impressing her customers.
It's not easy for a small business to distinguish itself from a much larger competitor, but that doesn't mean you should go down without a fight. One entrepreneur quickly learned there is a way to steer customers away from bigger companies. In order to do that, she needed to make a good impression from the start.
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