Eating Up Great Advice; Mentors Help Food and Beverage Innovators Grow Their Business

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Eating Up Great Advice; Mentors Help Food and Beverage Innovators Grow Their Business


THE most in novative food and beverage producers of the Sunshine Coast will be out in force for the 2019 GrowCoastal Demo Day tomorrow.

Thirteen local businesses will present their products and showcase what they've learnt over the past 12 weeks of the accelerator program designed by the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast and delivered in partnership with the Food and Agribusiness Network.

Now in its third year, the program has nurtured local producers looking to scale fast, bring their vision to life and deliver new food and beverage innovations to the world.

Innovation Centre CEO Mark Paddenburg said entrepreneurs were the main drivers of innovation and economic growth "and our job is to help seed, grow and scale these companies".

"I'm really excited about Demo Day - it's the biggest day of the year for our gold-medal winning food entrepreneurs," he said. "The Innovation Centre strongly supports the #EatQLD buy local campaign and I encourage you to come along and watch the GrowCoastal teams pitch, sample their products, meet the founders and become loyal customers."

GrowCoastal 2019 started on March 5 and thanks to funding from Advance Queensland, this year's cohort has had access to more than $8000 in valuable learning from industry experts and mentors covering topicsincluding: lean start-up, market research, customer engagement, business planning, financial management, public relations and marketing, legal and intellectual property, distribution and fulfilment, exporting, pitching and securing early stage capital.

The day's program will run from 10am to 1pm with GrowCoastal member presentations followed by lunch and product sampling at the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coas in Sippy Downs Dr, Sippy Downs. …

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