In this episode of the Startup Soirée Podcast we speak with Kim Bryden from City Seeds; School of Food.
School of Food started in Baltimore to help local food entrepreneurs take time away from their everyday and focus on scaling their business idea. Through workshops led by business leaders, it grew from monthly workshops to a year long program.
School of Food is a year-long educational curriculum for food and beverage small business owners. They partner with industry experts to lead discussions around their outlined semester themes, and break into interactive activities for students to walk-away with tangible next steps.
Beginning in Baltimore, School of Food is proud of its roots. They’re part of City Seeds, a Humanim Social Enterprise. Humanim is a non-profit organization that focuses on workforce training and development, and strives to build an inclusive community and economy.