Jan
8
1:00 PM13:00

How to Start a Business

Increase your chances of starting a successful business. In this workshop you will learn how to write a business plan for success and receive an overview of critical things to consider before you ever apply for a business license, such as:

  • Where is the business going?

  • Do you have customers?

  • How can you finance your new business?

  • How do you keep track of your income and expenses?

And more…

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Jan
12
10:00 AM10:00

Intensive: Web Design

Websites are a necessity for many businesses, but most small business owners shy away because of the cost and the technological skill. With all the tools and technology that exist today, websites have never been easier! We will go over the biggest website design tools, basic guidelines, and search engine ranking.

Then with the remaining extended time, pull out your laptops, log in to your website platform of choice, and, with a class size limited to 6 participants, work on your website with individualized help from the instructor.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

CLASS IS FULL. NO SEATS ARE AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME.
Contact Sami at sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246 to be added to the waiting list.

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Jan
15
1:00 PM13:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions—RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

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Jan
17
6:00 PM18:00

How to Start a Food Business

Is this you?

  • You’ve got an amazing food product or idea and are ready to start your business.

  • You’ve been selling out every week at the Farmer’s Market and want to take your product to the next level.

  • You’ve taken our Food Product Licensing Requirements workshop and know the legal requirements to get started producing.

Now what?

A great product or idea is just the first step. Set your goals and how you will measure success. Learn about important concepts such as business planning, consumer behavior, product differentiation and testing, pricing, advertising, distribution channels, and more. Learn what you’ll need to do to meet your goals!

Led by Gene Kahn, SCORE business counselor specializing in consumer packaged goods, farming, and product development. Gene was the founder of Cascadian Farm Organics; former  VP of sustainable development for General Mills; and assisted farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South India to introduce innovative farm products into their marketplaces.

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Jan
23
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Led by Marian Myszkowski, Director of Programs, Goosefoot

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Jan
28
1:00 PM13:00

Hiring Smarter

Learn techniques for finding, interviewing, hiring great teams.

Hiring for attitude and training for skills is a great way to start.   During this 2 hour class we will talk about how to find more candidates, best practices for job postings and most important, HOW to interview so that you know you’ve got the right person for the job.

Led by Anne Bly.  Anne has been recruiting and hiring in the Seattle area for over 30 years.   She is excited to share her experience with local business owners and hiring managers on Whidbey.

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Feb
9
10:00 AM10:00

How to Start a Food Business

You’ve got an amazing food product or idea and are ready to expand and start your business.

  • You’ve been selling out every week at the Farmer’s Market and want to take your product to the next level.

  • You’ve taken our Food Product Licensing Requirements workshop and know the legal requirements to get started producing.

Now what?

A great product or idea is just the first step. Set your goals and how you will measure success. Learn about important concepts such as business planning, consumer behavior, product differentiation and testing, pricing, advertising, distribution channels, and more. Learn what you’ll need to do to meet your goals!

Led by Gene Kahn, SCORE business counselor specializing in consumer packaged goods, farming, and product development. Gene was the founder of Cascadian Farm Organics; former  VP of sustainable development for General Mills; and assisted farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa and South India to introduce innovative farm products into their marketplaces.

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Feb
11
1:00 PM13:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Led by Marian Myszkowski, Director of Programs, Goosefoot

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Feb
13
6:00 PM18:00

Bookkeeping Basics

This workshop is designed for the entrepreneur with little or no experience in business accounting and is taught by local bookkeeper Jeanne Celeste. Gain a better understanding of financial statements such as balance sheet and income statements, as well as all of the other record keeping essentials to help you keep score on your business.

Admission is free; pre-registration is required as seats are limited. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Puget Sound Energy.

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Feb
23
10:00 AM10:00

Intensive: Posters, Flyers, & Brochures Design

Learn design tips, tools, and resources to help you better design advertising documents for your business or events, including flyers, rack cards, post cards, brochures, and more! Get examples of what to do, and what not to do.

Then with the remaining extended time, pull out your laptops, pull up your design tools of choice, and work on your posters, flyers, or brochure. The aim is to have a print-ready piece when you walk out the door!

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Class size is limited to 6 attendees. Preregistration required. $10 registration fee must be paid in advance. Coffee & water provided. Attendees are encouraged to bring a lunch. Register online here or contact Sami at sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246 for more information.

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Mar
9
10:00 AM10:00

Instagram

Instagram is quickly surpassing Facebook in number of user hours and engagement. Get the ins and outs of this image-based social media app, including how to set up an account, how to make posts, hashtags, and other helpful tips.

Note: This workshop is intended for businesses and organizations, not individuals.

Led by Sami Postma, Events & Education Coordinator.

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Mar
20
6:00 PM18:00

Marketing 101

Increase the effectiveness of your marketing by laying out a plan with goals, a schedule, and measures of success. In this workshop, you will learn why having a marketing plan is important, and why you should stay on track to save money and be more effective.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Mar
23
10:00 AM10:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Led by Marian Myszkowski, Director of Programs, Goosefoot

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Mar
25
1:00 PM13:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions—RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

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Dec
1
10:00 AM10:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions—RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

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Nov
27
1:00 PM13:00

Marketing 101

Increase the effectiveness of your marketing by laying out a plan with goals, a schedule, and measures of success. In this workshop, you will learn why having a marketing plan is important, and why you should stay on track to save money and be more effective.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Nov
14
6:00 PM18:00

Posters, Flyers, & Brochures Design

Learn design tips, tools, and resources to help you better design advertising documents for your business or events, including flyers, rack cards, post cards, brochures, and more! Get examples of what to do, and what not to do. Improve your public appeal for all visitors and customers.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Nov
13
1:00 PM13:00

Analytics: What they are and what to do with them

How can you know what you’re doing well if you don’t ask the question? Analytics are a way to track the success of your online efforts. Some sites, like Facebook, Instagram, Squarespace, and Wix have built-in analytic tools. Google Analytics and other tools can help you track your efforts across multiple channels.

In this workshop, we will go over what to measure and why, what analytics mean, how to use the numbers, and setting reasonable goals.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot. Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Nov
7
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Led by Marian Myszkowski, Director of Programs, Goosefoot

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Nov
6
1:00 PM13:00

How to Start a Business

Increase your chances of starting a successful business. In this workshop you will learn how to write a business plan for success and receive an overview of critical things to consider before you ever apply for a business license, such as:

  • Where is the business going?
  • What’s the “heart” of the business?
  • Do you have customers?
  • How can you finance your new business?
  • How do you keep track of your income and expenses?

And more…

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Nov
3
10:00 AM10:00

Facebook for Business Advanced

Learn how to put Facebook to work for your business. Tabs with additional information, ads and promoted posts, optimizing your posts, using analytics, and more! This two-hour course will focus in on how businesses can get the most bang for their buck from Facebook.

Note: This workshop is for those who already have business page and want to maximize its use or who are adept at managing a personal page and want to expand into a page for their business.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Oct
24
6:00 PM18:00

Quickbooks for Small Business

Learn how to use QuickBooks for your small business accounting. Building on the previous workshop, Bookkeeping Basics,Jeanne Celeste will explain core software features like: how to create accounts, organize records, record transactions, reconcile accounts, and other skills you'll need to manage your small business.

Admission is free; pre-registration is required as seats are limited. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Puget Sound Energy.

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Oct
23
1:00 PM13:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions—RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

View Event →
Oct
17
6:00 PM18:00

Bookkeeping Basics

This workshop is designed for the entrepreneur with little or no experience in business accounting and is taught by local bookkeeper Jeanne Celeste. Gain a better understanding of financial statements such as balance sheet and income statements, as well as all of the other record keeping essentials to help you keep score on your business.

Admission is free; pre-registration is required as seats are limited. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Puget Sound Energy.

View Event →
Oct
16
1:00 PM13:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Led by Marian Myszkowski, Director of Programs, Goosefoot

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

View Event →
Oct
11
6:00 PM18:00

Analytics: What are they and what to do with them

How can you know what you’re doing well if you don’t ask the question? Analytics are a way to track the success of your online efforts. Some sites, like Facebook, Instagram, Squarespace, and Wix have built-in analytic tools. Google Analytics and other tools can help you track your efforts across multiple channels.

In this workshop, we will go over what to measure and why, what analytics mean, how to use the numbers, and setting reasonable goals.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot. Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Oct
11
1:00 PM13:00

Websites & Ecommerce

Websites are a necessity for many businesses, but most small business owners shy away because of the cost and the technological skill. With all the tools and technology that exist today, websites have never been easier! We will go over the biggest website design tools, basic guidelines, and search engine ranking. After the first hour and a break, we will focus on ecommerce and selling your product on your own website or a third-party seller. Feel free to come to only one half or the other, depending on your business interest.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Oct
10
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to Facebook for Business

Facebook is the largest social media site in the world. But how do you tap into that market to work for your business? Learn the basics of Facebook: What is a page and how do you set one up? How do you pick a good profile photo and cover photo? How do you make a post? Respond to messages? How do you get people engaged?

This workshop is meant for those who will use Facebook for businesses, non-profits, or other groups, not personal use. Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot. Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Sep
25
1:00 PM13:00

Marketing 101

Increase the effectiveness of your marketing by laying out a plan with goals, a schedule, and measures of success. In this workshop, you will learn why having a marketing plan is important, and why you should stay on track to save money and be more effective.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Sep
19
6:00 PM18:00

How to Start a Business

Increase your chances of starting a successful business. In this workshop you will learn how to write a business plan for success and receive an overview of critical things to consider before you ever apply for a business license, such as:

  • Where is the business going?
  • What’s the “heart” of the business?
  • Do you have customers?
  • How can you finance your new business?
  • How do you keep track of your income and expenses?

And more…

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Sep
8
10:00 AM10:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Led by Marian Myszkowski, Director of Programs, Goosefoot

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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May
30
6:00 PM18:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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May
22
1:00 PM13:00

Websites & Ecommerce

Websites are a necessity for many businesses, but most small business owners shy away because of the cost and the technological skill. With all the tools and technology that exist today, websites have never been easier! We will go over the biggest website design tools, basic guidelines, and search engine ranking. After the first hour and a break, we will focus on ecommerce and selling your product on your own website or a third-party seller. Feel free to come to only one half or the other, depending on your business interest.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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May
16
6:00 PM18:00

Building a Marketing Plan

Increase the effectiveness of your marketing by laying out a plan with goals, a schedule, and measures of success. In this workshop, you will learn why having a marketing plan is important, and why you should stay on track to save money and be more effective. 

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246. Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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May
8
1:00 PM13:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions--RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

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May
2
6:00 PM18:00

How to Start a Business

Increase your chances of starting a successful business. In this workshop you will learn how to write a business plan for success and receive an overview of critical things to consider before you ever apply for a business license, such as:

Where is the business going?
What’s the “heart” of the business?
Do you have customers?
How can you finance your new business?
How do you keep track of your income and expenses?
And more…

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

View Event →
Apr
25
6:00 PM18:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions--RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

View Event →
Apr
24
1:00 PM13:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Apr
17
1:00 PM13:00

Building a Marketing Plan

Increase the effectiveness of your marketing by laying out a plan with goals, a schedule, and measures of success. In this workshop, you will learn why having a marketing plan is important, and why you should stay on track to save money and be more effective. 

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246. Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Apr
11
6:00 PM18:00

YouTube for Business

YouTube is the second largest social media site, and the second largest search engine. Yet only 9% of small businesses have a YouTube account. Learn how to use YouTube to boost your social media and marketing strategy, and interact with customers in a new and fun way! No need for expensive or specialized equipment.

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Apr
10
1:00 PM13:00

How to Start a Business

Increase your chances of starting a successful business. In this workshop you will learn how to write a business plan for success and receive an overview of critical things to consider before you ever apply for a business license, such as:

Where is the business going?
What’s the “heart” of the business?
Do you have customers?
How can you finance your new business?
How do you keep track of your income and expenses?
And more…

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

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Apr
7
10:00 AM10:00

Introduction to Food Business Licensing Requirements & Costs

You've got a great food product to sell, now what?

Geared towards producers of value-added food products (baked goods, jams, jellies, fermented foods, candy, dressings, sauces, etc).

Learn about the licenses and permits you'll need to get your food business going and get an idea of the expenses you'll incur before you even set foot into a commercial kitchen. Will you need a food processor's license or are you eligible for a cottage food permit?  You will also hear about Goosefoot's plans to develop a professionally equipped, shared incubator commercial kitchen on South Whidbey, geared towards food product businesses and caterers.

Admission is free; pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to register. Thank you! Sponsored by Goosefoot.

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Mar
28
6:00 PM18:00

Sessions with Sami

For those who have previously attended a Goosefoot workshop, we are now offering 30 minute scheduled sessions with our Education and Event Coordinator, Sami. Have 30 minutes of one-on-one time to go over anything we’ve covered in past workshops, or anything else you might be wondering! We’ll go at the pace that works for you, answer all your questions, and take a more individualized approach than can be offered in workshop settings.

Not open sessions--RSVP required! Please email sami@goosefoot.org or call 360-321-4246 to secure your spot.

View Event →
Mar
27
1:00 PM13:00

Posters, Flyers, & Brochures Design

Learn design tips, tools, and resources to help you better design advertising documents for your business or events, including flyers, rack cards, post cards, brochures, and more! Get examples of what to do, and what not to do. Improve your public appeal for all visitors and customers. 

Led by Sami Postma, Education Coordinator, Goosefoot

Free; RSVPs encouraged to sami@goosefoot.org or (360) 321-4246.

View Event →