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HOW TO GET YOUR FOOD BRAND NOTICED FOR UNDER $150

Photo courtesy of Nellaware Photography

Photo courtesy of Nellaware Photography

Think you need a large marketing budget to get on people’s radar? Think again. Over the years, Kim has crafted unique marketing campaigns for major corporations with budgets never exceeding $2,000. Since that price point is steep for a small business owner, we’ll talk through tactics on how to make an impact for under $150.

Discussion topics include:

  • Are pop ups worth it, and what type of permitting do you need
  • Who should you be reaching out to
  • Is PR representation worth the money

This is the second in a series of three classes led by Kim. Each workshop is $30, or you can buy all three for $80. View the other topics here and here.

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About Kim Bryden

Kim is the CEO and founder of Cureate. Cureate works with emerging food and beverage businesses on their growth and scaling strategies, and with brands looking to connect with their target audiences through local food and drink. Kim's food and beverage background ranges in experience from government, to Fortune 500, to start-up — which is also the breadth of clientele we work with at Cureate. She's worked with nationally acclaimed food tech start-ups such as Tastemade, to emerging food businesses like Beefsteak, to city governments like Baltimore on infusing local food and beverage into their economic growth plans.

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