Do you own a food, beverage or craft brewing business (or do you have a friend who does?)




Are you or your friend looking for some expert coaching and advice to make the business a just little more profitable?  RenewLV has advocated for growing the local food economy as a way to preserve farmland while contributing to the vitalities of the cities and boroughs in our region.

Now, we are pleased to announce an exciting (and free) program to support the businesses that create our local food and beverage economy…

Samuel Adams Brewing the American Dream and Accion are excited to bring a free Speed Coaching event to the Lehigh Valley on May 5th to the Allentown Brew Works.
The event will kick off with a networking reception at 6:00 pm. During the reception you will have the opportunity to connect with other entrepreneurs and sign up for the consulting stations that meet the most urgent needs of your your business.

Topics to be discussed will include:

Marketing and E-Commerce
Sales and Distribution
Business Financing
Legal Advice for Your Business

…and more!

Reserve your spot here.

At 6:15PM we will give brief welcome remarks, and after that you will have the chance to meet for multiple 20 minute sessions with Samuel Adams employees and local business experts to receive personalized coaching and network with other small business owners. Make sure to bring your questions and anything you want feedback on, such as packaging, materials, and ideas. Please note that the sessions are at first come, first serve basis.

This event is free with light fare and beverages to be served. Must be 21 and over to attend!

For more information about the Brewing the American Dream program, please  visit the website.


Posted on April 7, 2017, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. From the point of view of smart growth, I think it would be at least as important for food, beverage, and craft brewing businesses to learn the many ways they could make their businesses more sustainable.

  2. That’s a great idea. Are you someone who could advise businesses on this aspect, or do you know someone who is a good candidate to serve as a “sustainability coach” at this event? We are still in the discussion about coaches, so I would be happy to present the idea to the sponsors.

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