Fast Friday: 3 Low Cost Ways to Test Your Idea

I receive a lot of emails from people interested in starting a food company.  They want to learn about how to begin that process. Today I wanted to give you a few ideas about how to test your idea.

  1. Figure out who your ideal customer is. Nicole Holland provided an in depth workshop in  the Food Entrepreneur Summit about identifying your ideal customer. This will help flush out your business plan.
  2. Create a landing page to collect emails and get a general idea of who is interested in your product, program, or service.
  3. Launch to a small group of people.  Get feedback and tweak.

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