Taking Your Brand Story National: On-Premise Market Insights : Episode#06
Taking your brand national and get popular
Sooner or later, you will need to start thinking like an entrepreneur as you expand nationally.
And just as every entrepreneur prepares a detailed business plan, sketching out tactics and strategy for the next few years, you will also need to come up with a plan for going national. In the best of all worlds, this strategic plan can be a sort of “playbook” that you share with your co-workers and employees. It might sound trite and conventional, but you really do want everyone to be on the same page when it comes time to launch.
In this podcast, we cover about taking your brand national and get popular.
**Sommeliers Choice Awards***
Sommeliers Choice Awards will focus on the needs of on-premise establishments such as bars, restaurants, lounges, and clubs. The goal of the new Sommeliers Choice Awards is simple: to provide experienced on-premise buyers and sommeliers a valuable benchmark for understanding which wines would make a compelling addition to a wine list. As a result, the Sommeliers Choice Awards has the potential to become the most prestigious competition for wine lists in the USA. Check out the judges and how to enter at sommelierschoiceawards.com
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The focus of SommelierBusiness.com will be on providing practical advice and business insights that sommeliers worldwide can use to support top-line revenue growth at their restaurant or to help grow their bottom line. Regular features on the website will provide detailed information on how sommeliers can advance in their day-to-day role.
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Steve Dorfman of the Ciatti Wine Company will discuss the latest trends and opportunities in the global bulk wine market.
Bulk and Private Label
With no winery and vineyards, how can entrepreneurs build a 500,000 cases wine business?
Bulk and Private Label
Alsace, located in the northeastern part of France, has long been defined by its geographical proximity to Germany.
Ningxia, located in north-central China, has recently won international acclaim for its high-quality wines that can rival even those from Bordeaux.