We talked about food entrepreneurship and using food as a tool for conversations about health, the environment, local community, and transparency in the food industry. Our speakers included four incredible women: Daina Trout is CEO and Co-Founder of Health-Ade, a nationally recognized kombucha brand that grew out of a shared desire to bring REAL food back to the commercial shelf.
Beginning in her apartment closet, Health-Ade has quickly grown to be recognized as a brand that passionately supports the real food movement. Natasha Case is the CEO and Co-Founder of Coolhaus, an architecturally-inspired ice cream sandwich company that has grown from a barely driveable postal van at Coachella to one of the leading innovative small dessert businesses, now available in gourmet grocery stores nationally and internationally in Asia and the Middle East.
To read the full article, visit https://www.futureofwomen.org/blog/2018/3/28/april-future-of-women-breakfast
Although we often highlight the glamorous side of being an entrepreneur here on MyDomaine, there is an undeniable underside to attaining success as the founder of a company. Between developing a business plan, raising capital, and making personal sacrifices, the job is often more challenging (and alienating) than its alluring title lets on.