Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center is holding a Marketing Workshop designed for FAPC Basic Training graduates and Oklahoma small businesses.

 


The workshop will be May 10 in the FAPC, but the deadline for registering for the event is Thursday. The registration fee is $100 and covers lunch, refreshments and workshop materials.

 


“The fact is a good marketing program is essential to survive and succeed in the highly competitive marketplace,” said Jim Brooks, FAPC business and marketing services manager.


Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Center is holding a Marketing Workshop designed for FAPC Basic Training graduates and Oklahoma small businesses.
 

The workshop will be May 10 in the FAPC, but the deadline for registering for the event is Thursday. The registration fee is $100 and covers lunch, refreshments and workshop materials.
 

“The fact is a good marketing program is essential to survive and succeed in the highly competitive marketplace,” said Jim Brooks, FAPC business and marketing services manager.
 

FAPC’s Basic Training Workshop is the first step in learning how to start a food business. The Marketing Workshop serves as the next step workshop and will provide information and insight to move small businesses forward in the areas of retail grocery stores, foodservice and restaurant industry, and
gourmet/specialty foods.

 

Through a series of breakout sessions, attendees will have the opportunity
to ask questions, engage in conversation and receive direction from industry professionals.
 

Guest speakers’ expertises include retail broker, retail grocery wholesaler, retail manufacturer, foodservice broker, foodservice distributor, foodservice manufacturer, co-packer, gourmet/specialty food retailer and
packaging.
 

To view the conference agenda or register online, visit www.fapc.biz/marketingworkshop.html. To ask questions contact Karen Smith at 405-744-6277 or karenl.smith@okstate.edu.