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Getting Your Recipe to Market

Getting Your Recipe to Market teams the your with experts to show you how to start and build a successful specialty food business. The workshop curriculum follows the Pathway to Commercialization™ that focuses on the following questions:
  1. How to Produce a safe and wholesome product?
  2. How to Promote a product through market channels?
  3. How to Profit from the sale of a product as a business?
For more information and to be contacted about an upcoming Getting Your Recipe to Market workshop complete the below information request form or contact John Henry Wells.
Getting Your Recipe to Market:
Begin with the Pathway in Mind
  • Marketplace Survey
  • Cost of Goods Sold Analysis
  • Manufacturing Options
  • Suggested Product Pricing
Each Begin with the Pathway in Mind workshop offers 4 hours of in-person training and 6-months free Entrepreneur Membership for each participant to the Food Biz Startup on-line community.

If you are an economic development professional who would like to host a workshop program please contact John Henry Wells. (Available outside Portland metro area only.)

Getting Your Recipe to Market:
Pathway to Commercialization
  • One-on-One Advising
  • Technical Consulting
  • Marketing Event
  • Direct Sales Experience
This 13-week workshop features 36 hours of in-person training, individual advising and free Entrepreneur Membership to the Food Biz Startup on-line community.

Workshops are offered by Portland Community College in Spring and Fall.


Getting Your Recipe to Market is recognized as the Nation's premiere food business entrepreneurship program and the only educational program based on the Pathway to Commercialization™.
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