Points to consider when branding your Baking business – Podcast Episode 8

In our 8th Podcast episode; we share 3 points you should consider while branding your baking business.
Whether you’re a home-baker or small baking business shop owner; branding is a must.
It’s the only way you’ll grow a sustainable small business.
Show some love if you like this podcast episode.
Make sure to share and help another Baker or Bakerette out.
Happy caking ^_^ til next time

Baking with Amari – Episode 8

To listen on Anchor (Podcast app) – Click here

Our Podcast is also available on other platforms; they are: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Breaker, Castbox, Google Podcasts, Pocket casts, PodBean, Radio Public, Stitcher and Anchor. You can listen in on your favorite podcast app and if you don’t have one and would like to try one out, you can check out “Anchor” or “Stitcher” on Google Play, download and the search for “The Baking with Amari Podcast”

Published by Maureen Kamari

Amari Baking Center offers baking classes to those who want to learn how to bake. We train our students using Cookswell original charcoal ovens. We also offer basic business start-up training for those who want to start small baking businesses. We do groups vocational training anywhere in East Africa as well. We hold classes in our home-based bakery workshop located on Ndwaru road in Riruta, Nairobi; off Naivasha road, next to Pelida School. We use original Cookswell charcoal ovens to bake and train our students due to their efficiency, effectiveness and economy. They are the best option for anyone starting a small baking business on a budget.

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