Starting a Food Truck
Starting a Food Truck: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
This webinar will help you develop a thorough checklist for building a successful food truck business, led by Industry pioneer Gail Lillian. We’ll cover everything from choosing a truck and getting permitted, to creating an engaging customer experience to drive loyalty. If you already have a mobile food business, join us to fill in any gaps in your skills or knowledge. (FREE)
About Gail Lillian
Gail is a serial entrepreneur and business consultant based in Oakland, CA. She earned international acclaim as the founder of Liba, a salad bar and pita shop in Oakland. Liba began as a food truck in 2009 – a pioneer in the mobile industry – and expanded to a brick and mortar restaurant in 2014 which she operated until 2020.
She is a Leadership Facilitator for the Stanford Graduate School of Business’ famed Interpersonal Dynamics class and has served as a Mediator for 12 years, facilitating conflict resolution in corporate and community settings. She has also taught Business Management at Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center and has been a Keynote Speaker, panelist, and subject matter expert on restaurant operations, company culture, and leadership.
Gail is proud to support small business entrepreneurs through her consulting work with SBDC.
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