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Street Food Institute event to help local food businesses

N.C. State Cooperative Extension, Eastern Band of Cherokee Commerce Department and EmPOWERING Mountain Food Systems are hosting the Street Food Institute from New Mexico Nov. 7-10 to bring fresh ideas and tested solutions to help regional food businesses thrive. 

There will be numerous local resource experts to also assist in the day-to-day operations and plans for growth. This workshop will include business planning and bookkeeping, menu consultation, logo design, marketing, and any other topics you might find helpful. The Street Food Institute from New Mexico will be joining, offering great classes and one-on-one coaching for business dreams and potential modifications.

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