When you think of the culinary industry, chances are technology isn’t at the forefront. As more and more become open to adoption technological advances, emerging segments begin presenting highly lucrative opportunities for culinary entrepreneurs. Segments such as “food e-commerce” or “food analytics” are quite literally growing stronger by the day. Whether companies are streamlining inventory management, connecting buyers and suppliers, or in the case of BlueCart, doing all the above, we are in midst of exciting times.
I’m going to say something bold you may disagree with emphatically – money is not your problem.
Okay, I know what you’re thinking, “You have no idea what you’re talking about Shawn and you don’t know my situation at all.”
With that out of the way, let me ask…
What if I’m right?
What if you believed money was your problem this entire time, and it wasn’t?
And finally, what if this article creates a new way of thinking that brings you closer to launching?
With the possibility hanging in the wind, why not give it a try right?
Before we jump to your workaround, I have to ask…
Let me guess, you have the ambition, idea, and plan to pursue your entrepreneurial dream, but you lack the money or resources to truly breathe life into your food business.
If that’s the case, you’re experiencing one of the most deflating feelings in the world. You have something you can practically taste, yet it seems so far out of reach.
I know this sinking feeling because I’ve been there before. It’s a period in time where all you want is a miracle, but day-after-day nothing comes to fruition.
Except this article…
Through the years I’ve met so many eager people who dream of building and growing a successful food business. Whether it’s product or service based, they envision building a business centered around their passion and living out their dream.
Despite the great ideas and enough ambition to fuel a small country in the Olympics, the majority of aspiring foodpreneurs share one common problem – getting started!