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The fund raised will be used to build the scale of the distribution to reach every cocktail consumer in India and also for broadening the current range of the startup
The fund raised will be utilized to capture a wide market and both B2B and B2C customer base, increase startup's manufacturing capacity, marketing enhancement and new product's development
Formerly Enslaved Black Man Nearest Green Taught Jack Daniel Everything He Knew About Whiskey. Today, the Founder of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey Celebrates His Legacy.
Fawn Weaver, founder and CEO of Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey, launched the Nearest Green Legacy Scholarship Fund for Green's direct descendants, and is paving the way for other BIPOC founders.
This Filipino American Founder Is Disrupting the Beverage Aisle by Introducing New Flavors to the Crowded Bubbly Water Market
Here are three lessons Sandro Roco has learned in bringing Asian flavors to the industry for the first time.
Cactus Is the New Coconut, and These Founders Are Going All In: 'We Decided to Drop Our Lab Coats, Put on Our Cactus Suits and Chase the American Dream'
The Boston-based friends behind Pricklee Cactus Water found success with a clever marketing strategy, and now they're leaving their day jobs as pharmacists to become full-time entrepreneurs.
For those invested in these critical two sectors, the last two years have been both the best and worst of times, and there are essential strategies to apply before weighing in.
During the first year of operation, Feel Good Tea Co. generated AED4.6 million in revenue amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and it has continued to grow from strength to strength.
Three lessons from Tea Drops' Sashee Chandran.
Iconic Designer Vera Wang Launches New Prosecco Brand: 'I Wanted Consumers to Sense That There Was Fashion Involved'
Best known for her sartorial prowess, the 72-year-old entrepreneur has decades of experience pushing the creative envelope. This summer, she added a meticulously crafted, celebration-ready bubbly to her repertoire.
Sufferfest CEO Caitlin Landesberg left a comfortable job, took a risk, and it paid off. Here's how she did it and what she learned.
The dynamic entrepreneurial duo joins forces with fitness coach Dave Rienzi and investment partner John Shulman to foray into the fitness-beverage space.