MADISON – A popular program for Wisconsin food and beverage businesses has opened its 2020-21 application period with a shift in an ongoing collaboration.
MADISON – An initiative to build profitable farm businesses in Wisconsin is launching with events this summer and fall.
MADISON – The Food Finance Institute and Center for Dairy Research will be holding a four-day boot camp in February at Babcock Hall to help food and beverage companies take their business to the next level.
After 3 years working with the Food Finance Institute, Zac is leaving FFI to work as the Digital Experience Strategist for the University of Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association.
MADISON – Sarah Larson, Program Manager for the Food Finance Institute (FFI), has been selected to serve in two important food-related leadership roles.
MADISON, WI — A pilot program to advance the state’s small food and beverage businesses is launching this month with support from a $100,000 federal grant.
Madison, WI – Tera Johnson, founder of the Food Finance Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Extension’s Division for Business & Entrepreneurship, was honored Sept.
The UW-Extension Division for Business & Entrepreneurship is proud to share that our clients are more than half of the 10 food and beverage companies selected in fall 2017 for the nine-month FaBcap business and finance accelerator.
Zac joined the Food Finance in October 2016. He will be working on various projects to support the mission of FFI helping food and farm entrepreneurs get profitable and successfully raise money.
We are sharing some big news this week from the Food Finance Institute! A new training program to promote the financial sustainability of food hubs not just in Wisconsin but across the country will be available in 2017, thanks to $500,000 federal grant to the Food Finance Institute.