Break Fast & Launch in San Antonio Seeks Beverage Startups & Entrepreneurs for Upcoming Program

Industry: Food and Drink

Break Fast & Launch, the nation’s first culinary business accelerator, is accepting applications for their beverage makers and sellers program held in San Antonio, TX.

San Antonio, TX (PRUnderground) April 15th, 2015

Break Fast & Launch, the nation’s first culinary business accelerator, is now accepting applications for their upcoming cohort; beverage makers and sellers. Anything from beer to bubble tea is accepted in this one-of-a-kind accelerator, and businesses from all stages of development are encouraged to apply.  

The Break Fast & Launch program, powered by Café Commerce, helps culinary entrepreneurs bridge the gap between startup and sustainable. Help is provided for all areas of business; accounting, marketing, real estate and business plan creation. Chosen applicants are partnered with experienced mentors who provide guidance throughout the cohort’s 3-month run, and participants have the opportunity to work alongside fellow, culinary entrepreneurs to better their chances of success.

The accelerator, which launched in January, 2015, consists of three, distinct culinary cohorts, the second of these focusing on beverage startups and entrepreneurs. “New craft beers come out every month, cold press and raw juices are becoming more popular, and coffee shops are not limited to just Starbucks,” states Ryan Salts, Director of Break Fast & Launch. “Opportunity is abound. We want to make sure that the products delivered from these ideas are sustainably set for growth.”

Those in the beverage industry interested in applying can do so at Deadline for applications is April 22, 2015. The beverage cohort begins in May.

About Break Fast & Launch

Break Fast & Launch is a culinary business accelerator based in San Antonio, Texas. Hosted by Cafe Commerce, a space for entrepreneurs and small-business owners, Break Fast & Launch received funding from the SBA to aide culinary startups through mentoring, training and support. The program works with three, varied culinary cohorts including restaurants, food trucks, beverage businesses, food tech, and products. For more information, visit

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