I met Michelle Silberman through the Cooking with CBD event I produced earlier this year, and we immediately connected. She is a successful entrepreneur in her own right, as founder and CEO of Snackadabra, a local startup that has seen incredible success within this market and beyond.
I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed our conversation! Feel free to leave a comment about your favorite Food Magic moment below!
About 8 years ago, I was a vendor at, what was promised to be, ‘the largest event showcase’ in my home city of Philadelphia. At the time, I was working full time for a well-known, high-end catering and event venue and took the entire day out of the office. Between setting up the booth, manning the booth and leaving myself time to network, it was a huge undertaking.
There must have been over 200 vendors that filled the Convention Center floor—everyone from lighting companies to staging, venue representatives and event designers packed the space. We were set up 15 minutes prior to the start of the event as instructed…and we waited.
For the past few months, I’ve been working with Chef Christopher Sayegh on the Cooking with CBD event, debuting in Philly this Thursday. Here, he discusses his background and path to becoming one of the top Infusion Chefs in the world and Founder & CEO of The Herbal Chef.
I have the pleasure of working with Carina and the HerHeadquarters team on an activation for summer 2019! Of all the experiential marketing & pop-ups I’ve done, this one is so aligned with my values. I’m delighted to interview her this week on the blog!
Anyone who knows me, knows how much I value a collaborative business approach, as well as an abundance mindset that leaves room for multi-dimensional and mutually-beneficial partnerships.
When Carina Glover, founder & CEO of HerHeadquarters, reached out to me following a recommendation by Eric Michael, it was as if a dream project had fallen into my lap. HerHeadquarters is an app which encourages women business owners in (5) industries to connect, collaborate and find their ally.
Kristina read my blog post about contingency planning and how to make sure you plan ahead for all of your events. Give it a listen below, I hope you enjoy! Thank you so much to Kristina for having me; I had a blast speaking with you.
You can tell busy season is here when I don’t have time to blog (note to self: pencil in time to blog).
Throughout the year, I receive dozens (sometimes over 100) emails or messages asking to “pick my brain.” Furthermore, judging by my conversations with other entrepreneurs and seasoned professionals, I’m not alone. messages flood email and social media inboxes, and introductions seem to fly at you and before you know what happened, you’re scheduling a meeting.