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Do you run a small business, or have dreams to start one? Each week on The Tidbit, brought to you by Cureate, we discuss tidbits of knowledge around starting and running a small business with a food and beverage lens. Show host Kim Bryden sits down with guest experts and shares trending new topics on food, business and culture to help best prepare you for your business journey.This show records and broadcasts LIVE on Full Service Radio from the lobby of the LINE DC in Adams Morgan, Washington DC.

Latest Episodes

Economic Development: Fostering Inclusive Innovation & Breaking Down Barriers to Entry with City Government Support

As defined by Investopedia, Public-private partnerships involve collaboration between a government agency and a private-sector company that can be used to finance, build, and operate projects. We sit down to discuss inclusive innovation and breaking down barriers to entry with Joy James, Tech & Innovation Portfolio Manager for the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. BONUS: a SPECIAL announcement from Team Cureate and an innovation accelerator program we are launching! Powered and distributed by Simplecast

28 MIN10 h ago
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Economic Development: Fostering Inclusive Innovation & Breaking Down Barriers to Entry with City Government Support

Farming in America: Federal Policy, Regulations and How They Affect Your Business

It can seem impossible for small to midsize farmers to survive in this world because they aren’t provided the monetary runway that big machines of businesses are afforded. It has always been hard, but especially with the increase of unpredictable weather, trade wars, and monopolies along our supply chains - it’s becoming increasingly difficult to manage and make a living by being a farmer. Maybe you’ve heard this before, kind of understand it, but don’t REALLY know why it would be so challenging — from a business standpoint. We explore the federal policy and regulations that are effecting our businesses with Dan Imhoff, the author of The Farm Bill: A Citizen's Guide. Powered and distributed by Simplecast

36 MIN1 w ago
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Farming in America: Federal Policy, Regulations and How They Affect Your Business

Farming in America: A Restaurateur's Journey of Building a Thoughtful Supply Chain

What does it take to build a business with thoughtful sourcing practices in mind, while working on sustainable growth and financial responsibilities? We sit down with Dave Wiseman, Co-Founder of Little Sesame, to talk about working with his partners Chef Ronen Tenne and Nick Wiseman, how he left his corporate career to do so, and why they made certain key business decisions along the way. If you're interested in starting a fast casual restaurant or learning how to align your core values along your supply chain, this episode is for you. Powered and distributed by Simplecast

29 MIN2 w ago
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Farming in America: A Restaurateur's Journey of Building a Thoughtful Supply Chain

Systems Change: Crowdsourced Placemaking & Community Ownership with Neil Takemoto

How are cities, municipalities rethinking their economic development and real estate development of spaces for changing consumer behavior. What do we need to look at and realize as entrepreneurs in order to fit into this new systems change? We’re joined by Neil Takemoto who has a 27-year career in sustainable urban planning and impact real estate development. He is the founder of CSPM Group, a 'crowdsourced placemaking’ firm that engaged 10,000 residents in the revitalization of several downtowns in partnership with developers, investors and municipalities. Listen to learn about these new trends and how small business fits into the bigger picture.

31 MINOCT 15
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Systems Change: Crowdsourced Placemaking & Community Ownership with Neil Takemoto

Systems Change: Seven Unlikely Cities That are Changing the Way We Eat with Food Town USA Author, Mark Winne

Food Town USA is about the food revolution happening in seven small towns across the country including Portland, Maine, Sitka, Alaska, and Jacksonville, FL. Mark Winne — Author of Food Town USA, Closing the Food Gap, Food Rebels, and Stand Together or Starve Alone — pens that a good food system is transforming these places for all and combating many issues including inequity, obesity, and opioid addiction. We explore this intersectionality with Mark on this episode of The Tidbit.

37 MINOCT 1
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Systems Change: Seven Unlikely Cities That are Changing the Way We Eat with Food Town USA Author, Mark Winne

How to Create an Environmentally Sustainable Food Business

At the time of this recording, the United Nations General Assembly is in session — with a major focus on the current climate crisis, and impending climate catastrophe. As a business owner right now, how can you sustain your livelihood while acknowledging the importance of becoming an environmentally-friendly and sustainable operation? Tune into this episode to learn from Anca Novacovici, Founder of Eco-Coach Inc., a Washington DC based environmental sustainability company that helps organizations grow their bottom line by going green.

22 MINSEP 25
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How to Create an Environmentally Sustainable Food Business

Access to Opportunity: Non-Traditional Financing and the Importance of Social Capital with Natasha's Just Brittle and Mama Biscuit

A quote from a blog series titled ILLI focusing on empowering women of color owned businesses: "Partly due to such an uneven playing field, people of color spend $250,000 more than their white peers to launch the same type of business. These “new-majority entrepreneurs don’t have the old-boy network that provides them with access to affordable capital and professional expertise. We find that entrepreneurs spend 4-7 times more churning through professionals than their white peers because of this lack of social capital." - Melissa Bradley, 1863 Ventures. At Cureate, we're thrilled to see spaces being created along the entrepreneurship pipeline to level the playing field - from financial and social capital to education to spaces for creation that abide by all regulatory and safety measures. This is why we're eager to chat with our guests on this episode. Lesley Riley and Natasha Brown-Wainwright have been beacons in the Baltimore and Frederick Metro Areas for years - walking the walk...

33 MINSEP 17
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Access to Opportunity: Non-Traditional Financing and the Importance of Social Capital with Natasha's Just Brittle and Mama Biscuit

Access to Opportunity: Building Community Through Business with B'more Kitchen and Well Crafted Pizza

"It takes seven to ten years to get to real liquidity in a portfolio of early stage venture investments. You can’t short cut it. It just takes time. I am not sure why seven to ten years and not five to seven or ten to fifteen. It’s seven to ten. That’s how it has always been and seemingly always will be." - Fred Wilson, avc.com. Knowing that it takes nearly a decade to start realizing a dream, how are we creating support structures and building community through our businesses? We're joined today by two Baltimore business owners who discuss their practices and the ways in which they view new market opportunities.

41 MINSEP 11
Comments
Access to Opportunity: Building Community Through Business with B'more Kitchen and Well Crafted Pizza

Food as Medicine: Healing Our Planet through Thoughtful Agriculture & Sustainable Supply Chains

On our last episode we talked about food as medicine — for the body. I want to explore this idea of food as medicine... but for the planet. I'm perhaps making up this metaphor but with impending climate catastrophe we really need to take a hard look at our supply chains and how we can produce food for the health of this planet. We've gotten ourselves into this highly productive and efficient global supply chain - but at what cost? Today we discuss thoughtful agriculture practices and sustainable supply chains with Jill from Vitick's Switchel and MK from Open Book Farm. Jill's purpose in starting Vitick’s Switchel is to help support local farmers, the stewards of our land for the quality of nutrient rich food they grow and soil they tend to. MK's mission as farmers is to create the healthiest conditions for their livestock and plants, in order to produce nutrient-dense, delicious food for their community.

34 MINAUG 27
Comments
Food as Medicine: Healing Our Planet through Thoughtful Agriculture & Sustainable Supply Chains

Food as Medicine: Personalized Nutrition, Holisitic Living, and Diet/Allergen Market Opportunities

At Cureate, our mission is to shift purchasing dollars in institutions - like universities, hospitals, sports arenas - back into local, small business through food & beverage procurement. Every day I am researching the latest trends in food & retail and how this intersection of big and small business can work together. When I learned that Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City invested in a meal delivery service, I was fascinated. This is the future - our health system actually recognizing food as medicine. To explore this further, I invited three incredible individuals today to talk about this growing market in personalized nutrition, holistic living, and diet-friendly products coming to market. Tune in to hear from Lisa Consiglio Ryan, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Founder of RASA Juice Shop; Dr. Erin Kinney, a Naturopathic Doctor and the Stress Reset Expert; and London Hitchman, Founder of Sommer Street Pizza.

40 MINAUG 21
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Food as Medicine: Personalized Nutrition, Holisitic Living, and Diet/Allergen Market Opportunities

Latest Episodes

Economic Development: Fostering Inclusive Innovation & Breaking Down Barriers to Entry with City Government Support

As defined by Investopedia, Public-private partnerships involve collaboration between a government agency and a private-sector company that can be used to finance, build, and operate projects. We sit down to discuss inclusive innovation and breaking down barriers to entry with Joy James, Tech & Innovation Portfolio Manager for the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. BONUS: a SPECIAL announcement from Team Cureate and an innovation accelerator program we are launching! Powered and distributed by Simplecast

28 MIN10 h ago
Comments
Economic Development: Fostering Inclusive Innovation & Breaking Down Barriers to Entry with City Government Support

Farming in America: Federal Policy, Regulations and How They Affect Your Business

It can seem impossible for small to midsize farmers to survive in this world because they aren’t provided the monetary runway that big machines of businesses are afforded. It has always been hard, but especially with the increase of unpredictable weather, trade wars, and monopolies along our supply chains - it’s becoming increasingly difficult to manage and make a living by being a farmer. Maybe you’ve heard this before, kind of understand it, but don’t REALLY know why it would be so challenging — from a business standpoint. We explore the federal policy and regulations that are effecting our businesses with Dan Imhoff, the author of The Farm Bill: A Citizen's Guide. Powered and distributed by Simplecast

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Farming in America: Federal Policy, Regulations and How They Affect Your Business

Farming in America: A Restaurateur's Journey of Building a Thoughtful Supply Chain

What does it take to build a business with thoughtful sourcing practices in mind, while working on sustainable growth and financial responsibilities? We sit down with Dave Wiseman, Co-Founder of Little Sesame, to talk about working with his partners Chef Ronen Tenne and Nick Wiseman, how he left his corporate career to do so, and why they made certain key business decisions along the way. If you're interested in starting a fast casual restaurant or learning how to align your core values along your supply chain, this episode is for you. Powered and distributed by Simplecast

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Farming in America: A Restaurateur's Journey of Building a Thoughtful Supply Chain

Systems Change: Crowdsourced Placemaking & Community Ownership with Neil Takemoto

How are cities, municipalities rethinking their economic development and real estate development of spaces for changing consumer behavior. What do we need to look at and realize as entrepreneurs in order to fit into this new systems change? We’re joined by Neil Takemoto who has a 27-year career in sustainable urban planning and impact real estate development. He is the founder of CSPM Group, a 'crowdsourced placemaking’ firm that engaged 10,000 residents in the revitalization of several downtowns in partnership with developers, investors and municipalities. Listen to learn about these new trends and how small business fits into the bigger picture.

31 MINOCT 15
Comments
Systems Change: Crowdsourced Placemaking & Community Ownership with Neil Takemoto

Systems Change: Seven Unlikely Cities That are Changing the Way We Eat with Food Town USA Author, Mark Winne

Food Town USA is about the food revolution happening in seven small towns across the country including Portland, Maine, Sitka, Alaska, and Jacksonville, FL. Mark Winne — Author of Food Town USA, Closing the Food Gap, Food Rebels, and Stand Together or Starve Alone — pens that a good food system is transforming these places for all and combating many issues including inequity, obesity, and opioid addiction. We explore this intersectionality with Mark on this episode of The Tidbit.

37 MINOCT 1
Comments
Systems Change: Seven Unlikely Cities That are Changing the Way We Eat with Food Town USA Author, Mark Winne

How to Create an Environmentally Sustainable Food Business

At the time of this recording, the United Nations General Assembly is in session — with a major focus on the current climate crisis, and impending climate catastrophe. As a business owner right now, how can you sustain your livelihood while acknowledging the importance of becoming an environmentally-friendly and sustainable operation? Tune into this episode to learn from Anca Novacovici, Founder of Eco-Coach Inc., a Washington DC based environmental sustainability company that helps organizations grow their bottom line by going green.

22 MINSEP 25
Comments
How to Create an Environmentally Sustainable Food Business

Access to Opportunity: Non-Traditional Financing and the Importance of Social Capital with Natasha's Just Brittle and Mama Biscuit

A quote from a blog series titled ILLI focusing on empowering women of color owned businesses: "Partly due to such an uneven playing field, people of color spend $250,000 more than their white peers to launch the same type of business. These “new-majority entrepreneurs don’t have the old-boy network that provides them with access to affordable capital and professional expertise. We find that entrepreneurs spend 4-7 times more churning through professionals than their white peers because of this lack of social capital." - Melissa Bradley, 1863 Ventures. At Cureate, we're thrilled to see spaces being created along the entrepreneurship pipeline to level the playing field - from financial and social capital to education to spaces for creation that abide by all regulatory and safety measures. This is why we're eager to chat with our guests on this episode. Lesley Riley and Natasha Brown-Wainwright have been beacons in the Baltimore and Frederick Metro Areas for years - walking the walk...

33 MINSEP 17
Comments
Access to Opportunity: Non-Traditional Financing and the Importance of Social Capital with Natasha's Just Brittle and Mama Biscuit

Access to Opportunity: Building Community Through Business with B'more Kitchen and Well Crafted Pizza

"It takes seven to ten years to get to real liquidity in a portfolio of early stage venture investments. You can’t short cut it. It just takes time. I am not sure why seven to ten years and not five to seven or ten to fifteen. It’s seven to ten. That’s how it has always been and seemingly always will be." - Fred Wilson, avc.com. Knowing that it takes nearly a decade to start realizing a dream, how are we creating support structures and building community through our businesses? We're joined today by two Baltimore business owners who discuss their practices and the ways in which they view new market opportunities.

41 MINSEP 11
Comments
Access to Opportunity: Building Community Through Business with B'more Kitchen and Well Crafted Pizza

Food as Medicine: Healing Our Planet through Thoughtful Agriculture & Sustainable Supply Chains

On our last episode we talked about food as medicine — for the body. I want to explore this idea of food as medicine... but for the planet. I'm perhaps making up this metaphor but with impending climate catastrophe we really need to take a hard look at our supply chains and how we can produce food for the health of this planet. We've gotten ourselves into this highly productive and efficient global supply chain - but at what cost? Today we discuss thoughtful agriculture practices and sustainable supply chains with Jill from Vitick's Switchel and MK from Open Book Farm. Jill's purpose in starting Vitick’s Switchel is to help support local farmers, the stewards of our land for the quality of nutrient rich food they grow and soil they tend to. MK's mission as farmers is to create the healthiest conditions for their livestock and plants, in order to produce nutrient-dense, delicious food for their community.

34 MINAUG 27
Comments
Food as Medicine: Healing Our Planet through Thoughtful Agriculture & Sustainable Supply Chains

Food as Medicine: Personalized Nutrition, Holisitic Living, and Diet/Allergen Market Opportunities

At Cureate, our mission is to shift purchasing dollars in institutions - like universities, hospitals, sports arenas - back into local, small business through food & beverage procurement. Every day I am researching the latest trends in food & retail and how this intersection of big and small business can work together. When I learned that Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City invested in a meal delivery service, I was fascinated. This is the future - our health system actually recognizing food as medicine. To explore this further, I invited three incredible individuals today to talk about this growing market in personalized nutrition, holistic living, and diet-friendly products coming to market. Tune in to hear from Lisa Consiglio Ryan, Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach and Founder of RASA Juice Shop; Dr. Erin Kinney, a Naturopathic Doctor and the Stress Reset Expert; and London Hitchman, Founder of Sommer Street Pizza.

40 MINAUG 21
Comments
Food as Medicine: Personalized Nutrition, Holisitic Living, and Diet/Allergen Market Opportunities
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