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Episode Info: de since the opening. [03:17] - Money is still a struggle after being operational for over a year, Tiffany reveals. [04:11] - What are Tiffany’s next steps? She explores both the reasons why it’s so hard to make any money in her business and the ideas she has for increasing profitability. [08:44] - Tiffany has sold off everything she can other than the absolute necessities to be a brewery, she reveals. She then addresses whether she has sources to get grants from, and invites listeners to email her if they have ideas. [09:43] - We hear Tiffany’s thoughts about opening a pizzeria. [11:04] - Tom brings up two important points related to what Tiffany has been saying. [12:15] - What has Tiffany learned from the brewery and transferring to the pizzeria idea? She talks specifically about the location issue. [13:04] - The company’s advertising is pretty much word-of-mouth at this point, Tiffany reveals. She discusses whether she has considered online advertising. [16:46] - Is there a common thread between the people organizing the events that Tiffany has been talking about? [18:21] - Tom recommends Mogl to Tiffany and any listeners who are interested in doing more online advertising. Tiffany then complains about her experience with Groupon and explains why she’s no longer on the site. [20:56] - What would Tiffany say to other people who are looking into starting a social enterprise? [22:30] - Tiffany addresses the question of whether she has thought about doing any type of internship programs. Tom then offers some recommendations about opening a new business. [25:22] - The extra costs that come up in a business are really scary, Tiffany reveals, using the example of transportation. [30:13] - Tiffany offers suggestions on what listeners can do to help her business, from making a tax-deductible donation to spreading the word to contacting her with any leads or advice on moving forward.   Links and Resources: Brewability Lab Tiffany Fixter on LinkedIn Brewability Lab on Kickstarter Brewability Lab on Indiegogo Tom D’Eri Rising Tide Car Wash Rising Tide U University of Miami-Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism & Related Disabilities Mogl Groupon...
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