Our small business members will be all over NYC this summer–check them out IRL!
We teamed up with Chelsea Market to to present a panel discussion examining the intersection of entrepreneurship, the culinary industry, and authenticity.
How does a small New York City baking business make it from a home kitchen to its own brick-and-mortar shop?
Shelly, a single parent and first-generation Jamaican American, launched her business, 2Girls & A Cookshop, from her home with her teenage daughter. Her business goals were humble and ambitious at the same time. She wanted to find a way to move production to a commercial kitchen space to ensure more consistent income for her family, […]
Jesebel Gumogda, a pastry chef and owner of Pure Confections, was steadily building her business and establishing a legacy for her family as a member of Hot Bread Kitchen—until the pandemic hit. Read about the support and connections Hot Bread Kitchen was able to provide that have helped Jesebel weather the storm.
Jesebel shares her experience of being a Filipina immigrant entrepreneur and creating a family legacy through her business.