• Is it Possible to Start a National Brand from your Kitchen with $5k? Sadrah Schadel of No Evil Foods is on The Plantbased Business Hour

    Do you need to have an MBA from Harvard to create a successful brand?  Sadrah Schadel, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of No Evil Foods, joins Elysabeth Alfano on the Plantbased Business Hour to discuss the incredible trajectory of No Evil Foods from her kitchen to a national brand.

    Points of note are 1) the trickiness of scaling up, 2) the incredible delicacy of building a team quickly while building a brand culture, 3) the power of being a mission-driven company, 4) the potential of future crowdfunding for the brand and 5) the genesis of the No Evil Foods iconic packaging.

    A highlight clip (3:18) is below. For the full video interview, click here. For the audio podcast, click here.

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    Now you can be a part of the conversation! The Plantbased Business Hour airs LIVE on LinkedIn every Tuesday and Thursday at 1p PT on Elysabeth Alfano’s LinkedIn Page: here. Tune in to ask the most influential leaders in the plant-based business arena your questions.  To make sure you never miss an episode, vegconomist will be also be featuring The Plantbased Business Hour interviews every Tuesday and Thursday. Stay tuned right here for more. To learn more about The Plantbased Business Hour, click here. Follow Elysabeth on LinkedIn here and PBH here.  

    For inquiries regarding sponsorship of The Plantbased Business Hour, contact Emma Clarkson at [email protected] .

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