An entrepreneur (, n-tr9-p(r)9-'n(y) r) is a self-motivated person who creates and runs a business. Entrepreneurs take personal and financial risks. They are hoping for personal satisfaction and financial rewards. Opening a business may be risky, but the rewards can be high. Foodservice entrepreneurs usually begin by opening a small business such as a deli, bakery, or small restaurant. A small business starts with an entrepreneur's dream. Through a lot of hard work and commitment, an entrepreneur can turn that dream into a reality. Small businesses that have fewer than 100 employees are a vital part of the U.S. economy. Small businesses produce a wide range of goods and services. They also employ many people in this country. In fact, more than 53 of the U.S. workforce is made up of people who work for small businesses. The changing world creates a strong need for new food products. Imagine taking your family's secret recipe and mass-producing it. Does this...
To prepare for a foodservice career, you will need a solid high school education and experience in a part-time, entry-level foodservice job. There are also opportunities for entrepreneurs to own businesses. cafeteria (p. 71) on-site catering (p. 71) off-site catering (p. 71) entrepreneur (p. 74) independent restaurant (p. 75)
But the anticipated ascendancy of New England's fishing grounds over Newfoundland's did not immediately materialize. Scholars have offered various explanations for this political maneuvering over fishing licenses the inexperience of small entrepreneurs the problems of residential fisheries as opposed to encampments and trading posts and the ''lack of capital, small numbers, the distances between settlements, and the uncertain returns'' of these smaller ventures.6
IPSWICH, Mass. - Was it truly a potato chip entrepreneur named Lawrence Woodman known as Chubby who invented the Ipswich fried clam And did it really happen near here, on Boston's North Shore, shortly before noon on a steamy July 3 in the year 1916 Most food-invention stories are apocryphal at best and downright self-promotional at worst, but this one may just have a grain of truth.
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Most mustard was prepared in the early days by pounding the seeds in a mortar and moistening them with vinegar. Dijon in France produced the famous mustard by using 'verjus', a unique grape juice of the Bourgogne region. The modern era of mustard, however, began in 1720 when Mrs Clements of Durham, England, found a way of milling the heart of the seed to fine flour. Other entrepreneurs experimented with combining various types of mustard seeds to create superb mustard powder. Today there are countless mustard varieties available throughout the world, each reflecting local, regional and national cuisine.
Positioning is the way a foodservice business presents itself to the community. Many foodservice operations develop a position statement. This statement helps guide a business owner's decision-making and marketing efforts. A position statement explains what the business stands for and what its main goals are. A brief position statement for a restaurant might read The Healthy Alternative Caf serves healthful food choices at affordable prices. Business owners must thoroughly study their customer's needs and wants before they create an atmosphere. Studying customer needs and preferences is not something that happens only before a business opens. It is an ongoing process. Foodservice operations often use customer comment cards or surveys to gather information. This feedback is used to find out whether the business is on track. Management may need to alter the food choices, hours, or atmosphere to better meet customer needs. Foodservice businesses must advertise to become and stay...
FCCLA is a national organization of middle and high school students who take family and consumer sciences courses. FCCLA activities and skill events provide opportunities to develop leadership skills. One FCCLA program, Leaders at Work, is for students who work in food production and services or hospitality and tourism. Students can create projects to strengthen their communication, interpersonal, management, and entrepreneurship skills. Students also can participate in challenging competitions such as the STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) events. Members may compete in areas such as culinary arts, entrepreneurship, and interpersonal communications.
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