Small food brands are big business. They’re growing because they’re introducing new foods to the marketplace or creating healthy versions of already popular snacks. These brands not only have a ton of raving fans, but have very high valuations and have been selling to bigger food companies for hundreds of millions of dollars.
That’s why I wanted to introduce you to Emily Griffiths, founder of Lil Bucks. With no business background, Emily caught a vision for a cereal brand and ran with it. Even though she didn’t know “how” she’d grow her startup to become a 9-figure business, her excitement carried her through the early stages. On the way to a million dollars in revenue, she’s already looking at Series A funding. Emily is the perfect example of big thinking and big action.
This episode is for entrepreneurs who can cast a long term vivid vision for a brand they’re passionate about, as well as the investors looking to offer capital and guidance in exchange for a piece of the highly lucrative pie.
Listen in and you’ll learn what it takes for an entrepreneur to take an ecommerce brand from an impulsive idea to a sustainable long term vision.