The Food For Thought workshop on 30th October 2018 at Dartington Hall was a resounding success with tickets selling out and the room filled with creative discussion and maybe even a bit of debate.
The workshops are targeted at offering food and drink business people the opportunity to network together and investigate ideas to grow their businesses sustainably and profitably.
Too many of the businesses I have met with in the last 7 years have defined their success based on their turnover; how many packs or litres they can sell, but most of all how much money they take in sales. This is all very well, but at the end of the day does this really matter? More sales doesn’t necessarily mean more profit, and it is profit that brings in the cash to pay the bills!
Businesses with clear strategies to deliver more profit, not just more sales, are the ones who succeed and so that’s what we are seeking to deliver.
There will be more Food For Thought workshops in 2019, you can find out more here when the dates are confirmed or contact Susie on 07801 199671 or email@example.com to register your interest.
In the meantime you can read more about the topics that were discussed in previous workshops in the following posts: The reality of retail, Fail to plan? Plan to fail, where there’s magic there’s margin and You don’t get anything for nothing, Get more bang from your marketing bucks!.