Break Fast and Launch Is Now Accepting Applications

Café Commerce is the power behind SA's Break Fast & Launch program. - Break Fast & Launch/Facebook
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Café Commerce is the power behind SA's Break Fast & Launch program.
If you've got big dreams of making it in the food industry, you'd better start filling out the application for next year's first Break Fast & Launch cohort.

San Antonio's community of entrepreneurs and small business owners have gotten a helping hand from the Break Fast & Launch program which helps inspiring enterprisers gain physical sustainability on their blossoming start-up ideas.  (We profiled the program earlier this year.) The nation's first culinary business accelerator is now accepting applications for the Food and Beverage cohort. All culinary entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply no matter what stage of development they happen to be in. 

Powered by Cafe Commerce, the Break Fast & Launch program has three key principles: mentorship, collaboration and applied learning. A place to build up your concepts in a unique way by learning from the best-of-the-best industry mentors in the community. In other words, you'll get insights into the culinary industry from tried and true entrepreneurs who know the risks of opening a food business first-hand. 

From indie coffee shops to food trucks and bakeries, Break Fast & Launch is taking a hands-on, head-first approach with the future of SA's entrepreneurs through personalized culinary aided start-ups.

Deadline for Food and Beverage industries is January 4 and you can go ahead and apply here. To learn more about what Break Fast & Launch has to offer to the San Antonio community you can go ahead and visit breakfastlaunch.com

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