MFBS-501C: Practice, Pitch, Present

Credits 1
Over two days of structured Q&A, peer evaluation, discussion and practice presentation, students will hone their skills to prepare for the final event. The students will gather in their communities of practice for peer review and discussion prior to delivering their final Playbook presentation to an audience of faculty and administrators, and may include selected guests. In addition, students will complete self-evaluations and peer evaluations on final projects/playbooks and on the overall degree program. Students will participate in a graduation ceremony on the final day of the residency.
Orientation and Cohort Formation (MFBS-501A), Science of Food Systems (MFBS-510), Ethical Leadership in the Food Business (MFBS-530), Business Fundamentals (MFBS-500), Design Thinking for Food (MFBS-520), Framing the Business Playbook (MFBS-501B) AND Legal Strategies & Challenges for the Restauranteur (MFBS-540), Restaurant Operations & Management Strategies (MFBS-550), Marketing and Brand Strategies for the Restaurateur (MFBS-560), Real Estate, Capitalization, and Partnership Strategies (MFBS-570) OR Concept Building, Proving, Prototyping (MFBS-545), Differentiation, Branding, and Packaging(MFBS-555), Manufacturing, Co-Packing, Supply Chain and Legal Contracts (MFBS-565) Sales, Marketing, Distribution (MFBS-575).