Fuse SPC and the City of Kennewick present a food-edition of the popular Launch Ideation series, an intro-to-small-business workshop. The five-week series starts at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 5 at Red Mountain Kitchen in downtown Kennewick.
Weekly workshops focus on idea formation, customer validation, digital and traditional marketing, legal and financials, managing home and business, and ends with a presentation or “pitch night.” Instructors are typically past graduates of the Launch series, successful small business owners and experts in specific topic areas. This Launch series is for anyone with an idea for a food-based business, like sauces and cupcakes to food trucks and restaurants.
Cost for the series is $75 and includes a membership to Fuse SPC’s coworking program. Current Fuse members can enroll for $50. Enroll on-line at fusespc.com, or through the Fuse Facebook page. Fuse and the City of Kennewick partner with Red Mountain Kitchen, a commercial kitchen space in downtown Kennewick available to home-based food businesses.
Launch is a series of workshops developed to help entrepreneurs at all stages of small business development. From techies to foodies, entrepreneurs can find their connections, resources and tools to succeed. Launch has an event for all levels business, from the dreaming stage to the million-dollar brick and mortar.
Fuse SPC focuses on innovation, collaboration and community building. Located in Richland’s The Parkway, it offers small business and idea development classes and workshops. With a grant from the City of Kennewick, Fuse offers its small business workshops and events in Kennewick locations throughout 2019.
For more information or to register, the public may visit fusespc.com or call (509) 572-3340.
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