Food and Business // Business and Food
A DISCUSSION ABOUT CREATIVITY, ENTREPRENEURISM, AND GROWTH IN THE FOOD WORLD
Four accomplished entrepreneurs from the culinary world, all of whom happen to be named Julia, are coming together to host a dynamic panel called Food and Business // Business and Food. This panel, moderated by James Beard Award-nominated writer Julia Bainbridge, will address some of the successes and failures faced by entrepreneurs.
Together, the Julias will dive deep into transparent conversations about creativity, entrepreneurism, and growth in the food world, reflecting on their personal experiences in fundraising, restaurants, consulting, publishing, and more. The panel will share valuable insights with aspiring entrepreneurs at any stage of their career.
• Julia Jaksic, author of Jack’s Wife Freda and chef-owner of Cafe Roze • Julia Sherman, New York City-based author of Salad for President and creative director of Chopt • Julia Sullivan, Nashville native and chef / co-owner of Henrietta Red
The event will be held on Wednesday, April 18 at The Cordelle. Doors will open at 6 p.m. with the discussion held from 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., followed by a cocktail hour provided by Jackalope Brewery and Cathead Vodka.
Julia Jasik’s book, Jack’s Wife Freda: Cooking From New York’s West Village, and Julia Sherman’s book, Salad For President: A Cookbook Inspired by Artists, will be available for signing and purchase by Parnassus Books.
Tickets to Food and Business // Business and Food are available online for $35, with all proceeds benefitting Conexión Americas.
For more information on the panel and to purchase tickets, please visit foodandbusinessnashville.com.