HADM 1102 Entrepreneurship and Concept Development in the Food and Beverage Industry
As a participant of this course, you will be engaged in a thoughtfully designed blend of active learning sessions, group work, and lectures that focuses on assessing your market, testing your idea, and planning the successful execution of new food and beverage industry concepts. Through presentations, research, guest speakers, and more, you will be introduced to the segments and scope of the industry, to the major players, and to the market forces and critical issues at play in this competitive field. You will discover the importance of identifying your customer and learn how to conduct market research and apply marketing principles to food and beverage concepts. With this information, you will be able to shape your idea, define your value proposition, and develop an effective business case for your concept. In addition, you’ll become acquainted with topics including food safety, standardization, and recipe development; explore menu design and planning; investigate facilities and production issues; identify basic concerns regarding supply chain and inventory management in a food and beverage setting; and familiarize yourself with purchasing and quality assurance concerns.
Outcome 1: Deepen your understanding of the food and beverage industry, from market segmentation to menu planning, food safety, supply chain, and service issues
Outcome 2: Learn what it means, and takes, to be an entrepreneur in the food and beverage industry
Outcome 3: Identify the considerations required to develop a viable, and sustainable, food and beverage concept
Outcome 4: Strengthen your business, marketing, and management knowledge
Not open to matriculated Hotel Students.
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Previously offered classes
Summer 2022: Ithaca campus
|Section ID:||HADM 1102 001-LEC|
|Session:||Summer 3-week 2|
|Class dates:||June 21-July 8, 2022|
Residential program dates: The dates listed here are for class times only. If you’re attending the Summer Residential Program, your dates will include move-in and move-out days. See Summer Residential Program dates.
Precollege Studies may offer additional events, such as workshops and college fairs, during your session. See activities.
|Final exam/project due:||Friday July 08, 9 AM - 12 PM / Statler Hall & Auditorium 398 (see Final exams)|
|Time / room:||M-F 9 AM - 12 PM / Statler Hall & Auditorium 398|
|Mode of instruction:||In person|
|Instructor:||Gaulke, C. (ccg79)|
Gutchess, C. (cg438)
Latimer, C. (cgl63)
Sophomores, Juniors, & Seniors
The application deadline for this program has passed. No further applications for this course will be accepted.
New York State students: Learn how to make arrangements to take your Regents Exams at Cornell if necessary.
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This course is open to all registrants, including undergraduates and precollege students.