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Food Entrepreneurs Graduate


KITCHEN 66: In May, Kitchen 66 graduated its latest class of food entrepreneurs. The program includes instruction on creation of an established, legal food business; a tested and validated product concept; a developed brand identity; a sustainable pricing structure and business model; and a sales and marketing strategy.


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In May, Kitchen 66, founded by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, graduated another group of food entrepreneurs.

Ten Tulsa food entrepreneurs spent four months in Kitchen 66’s Launch 1.0 Program honing their business skills, developing marketing plans and getting ready to take the next step in their food businesses.

The graduates walked away from the program with an established, legal food business; tested and validated product concept; a developed brand identity; a sustainable pricing structure and business model; and a sales and marketing strategy.

The four-month intensive program included weekly start-up courses on key topics in food business, such as how to set up a legal food startup, develop sales and marketing strategies and a profitable business model, and how to effectively pitch a food startup.

Graduates of Kitchen 66’s Launch 1.0 Program are, Baby Bites, Baby D’s Bee Sting Hot Sauce, BeetBOX Meal Preps, Dreams by Chriche, FlouredRoses Bakery, Once Upon a Table, Split Log Farms, T&A Sauces, Tisdale23 Event Planning & Catering, and The Wurst.
K66’s Launch 2.0 Program also graduated food entrepreneur Elepantry, a European-style bakery, during Spring Graduation Night.

This program allows participants to work alongside a selective group of Tulsa’s top emerging food entrepreneurs; attend weekly sessions tailored to the most pressing needs of their company; and receive one-on-one mentorship and introductions with industry experts to grow their company and refine their strategy.

Updated 06-13-2017

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