May 21, 2020
On this week's episode of We'll be Right Back, we are joined by Aaron Gailmor, the Chief Eats Officer and founder of Brass Roots. We discuss the challenges facing CPG (consumer package goods) companies as they deal with sourcing their ingredients and materials, review sanitation practices internally and with partners, and consider "leaning in" to the explosive growth in e-commerce worldwide.
Every episode we like to mention an amazing group or individual contributing to the relief effort. Today, we’d like to highlight and encourage you all to check out the Made in New Orleans Foundation (MiNO). MiNO envisions a New Orleans hospitality industry that leads the world in growing, supporting, and financing the success of people of color. They use a multidisciplinary approach to address and eliminate disparities facing hospitality professionals of color. In response to COVID-19 MiNO is providing immediate emergency financial aid and resources; supporting career and business recovery; and providing online programming to amplify the voices of hospitality professionals of color. To learn more, head on over to https://minofoundation.org/ to learn more!
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This podcast is produced by:
Barrie Schwartz of My House Events: https://www.myhousesocial.com/
Elizabeth Tilton of Oyster Sunday: https://www.oystersunday.com/
Today's edit was done by Eric Rice. Eric is an amazing field mixer for film and television and a post-production wizard who can make your audio sing (if that's what you want!)
Check him out at ersoundworks.com!
Our show's music is provided by the one and only Serisu. Want to hear nothing but certified bangers? Check out Serisu on Band Camp (https://serisu.bandcamp.com/) and Spotify! (https://open.spotify.com/artist/1zkweFnArfnPc8eX0XNMAw)
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