We are so excited to announce that bumble & butter has been selected to compete in the NOSH Live Pitch Slam competition on November 30, 2018 in Santa Monica as part of a two-day business conference for the natural food industry.
Six companies have been selected to pitch their products to a panel of expert judges from brands, retail, investment, consulting & design, and to an international livestream audience to compete for the title of Pitch Slam champion, an interview on the livestream, and an awareness package valued at $10,000.
Founder Jamie Kim will be presenting a pitch and Q&A to the following judges:
Angie Bastian, the Co-founder of Angie’s BOOMCHICKAPOP,
Alexander Duong, the Chief Merchant at The Goods Mart, with past experience from both Whole Foods and Thrive Market.
Bryan Freeman, the Chief Executive Officer of Real Good Foods and Managing Partner at Slingshot Consumer Partners.
Pete Speranza, the Business Development Principal at 301 Inc., leads the scouting efforts for the General Mills venture arm, aiming to find the next breakout food brands.
If you'd like to check out the pitch and and cheer bumble & butter on, you can tune in at 1:30pm PT on November 30 here: www.nosh.com/livestream.
With that, we'd like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving with plenty of warmth and cheer to go around! We are, as always, so grateful for all the support and to have been able to experience this amazing entrepreneurial journey. We're learning so much every single day and know that this opportunity alone, no matter the outcome, will allow us to grow and become even stronger.
Leave a comment
Also in Blog
We had one of our granola fans come to us last month expressing that we should make a carrot cake or key lime pie granola. We kept it in the back of our minds for the last month and a half. Intrigued, we finally decided to take it into our innovation lab.
After stamping our kraft bags by hand since 2017, we're so excited to announce that we've finally transitioned to new packaging.
One of the greatest pleasures of doing what I do is meeting other artisans and hearing their stories. Being in upstate New York and traveling to markets, I'm surrounded by a plethora of great farms and producers.