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HUMBOLDT MADE GROWS THE LOCAL ECONOMY BY HELPING OUR MEMBER COMPANIES THRIVE IN MARKETS BEYOND THE REDWOOD CURTAIN.
We are dedicated to promoting all of the things that make Humboldt County great: our laid-back lifestyle, our breathtaking rural beauty, and the well-made artisan products crafted by local entrepreneurs. We feel blessed to live in such a unique and beautiful place with so much to offer. Whether you're one of our neighbors or from far away, welcome! And don't worry, we've made enough to share...
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Humboldt Fervor Fest is a celebration of all things fermented!
- Hard Cider, Beer, Wine and Distilled Spirits Sampling
- Kombucha and Fermented Food Sampling
- Prime Food Vendors
- Live Music and Art Performances
- Arts and Crafts Booths
Humboldt Fervor Fest is a fundraiser for Playhouse Arts and Humboldt Made.
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"We seem to always be grasping for ways to hold on when we really should be letting go. These beads seems to bridge the two. Hanging close to one’s heart so we can continue to move about our lives untethered to our grief, but instead accompanied by it, like an old friend or a true love, holding our hand through infinity.”"
Redway, CA— How does a small organic dressings and sauce company from Humboldt County get noticed in the multi-billion-dollar organic market? One way is by attending Expo West, the largest natural products trade show in the world. Held annually in Anaheim, 2017 saw a record 80,000 attendees and nearly 3,000 exhibitors. That’s a lot of food samples. Many local companies attended with Humboldt Made, including first-time attendee, Sue’s Organics. Sue’s Nutritional Feast Dipping Sauce was selected as one of four NEXTY Award Finalists in the Best New Condiment category.
Experienced business folks often advise the aspiring entrepreneur to try and avoid entering into partnerships. If you can, go it alone. In the formative stages of a young business there are always tons of often messy, difficult issues to deal with. Complicating the situation with the opinions, wants, and needs of partners can be awkward if not downright contentious. One might think that whoever has the greatest percentage share of the pie can more or less have his or her way over partners, but that doesn’t account for the emotional investment that active partners make in a new endeavor. Someone who owns a 15% stake is likely to have every bit as much emotional skin in the game as someone who owns 30 or 40%. And that same minority share-holder just might have some brilliant ideas about how things should run .
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