Sara, founder of Gnarly Pepper is certainly the ‘crafty cook’ — and as she submitted her story of how her small kitchen creations turned into a business, Fundera Ledger picked it up.  Annie Nelson, a contributing writer for Fundera Ledger had 7 simple questions she asked potential features about their journey, the moment they knew …

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When Zach and I arrived in Wauwatosa, WI we noticed that the Fair Grounds were practically in our back yard. Growing up I had gone to some county fairs, ONE State Fair (Nebraska’s) and that’s about it. With us being so close to this fair I had to look into the possibilities of Gnarly Pepper …

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FULL ARTICLE HERE Jean: Thank you so much for doing this with us! What is your “backstory” of how you become a founder? The moment I decided to become an entrepreneur was watching a sunset 3 years ago in Thailand. With my vast list of ideas staring me in the face, I choose to go …

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Within 17 days… I was given an exclusive invitation to Plug and Play’s Food & Beverage Selection Day. I learned that Selection Day is an opportunity to present Gnarly Pepper to 20+ C-level execs/SVPs from F250 food corporations. (Including folks from: PEPSICO, Chick-fil-A, Taylor Farms and more…) I learned that I get 4 minutes dedicated to Zach and I’s …

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Once again, a good ‘ol email led to an amazing opportunity! Justin Honaman of Contender Brands &  Contendercast shines light on bright ideas — and Gnarly Pepper is fortunate enough to be apart of his Contender list of doers! Justin and I shared a phone call a few weeks back with the podcast being live …

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Milwaukee, Wisconsin has it going on! Each city has it’s own community of ‘growth’, but I think Milwaukee is way underrated. Being from the Midwest, I rarely, if EVER hear of Milwaukee. It’s always Chicago or the Twin Cities. Milwaukee owns what they are and takes it to a new level = Beer. They have …

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28. “Always keep your mentors and networks close. You never want to get lost in your day-to-day and lose track of the overall ‘big picture.’ Take suggestions, keep an open mind and thrive with the ability to listen.” — Sara Gotch, Owner, Gnarly Pepper

I’m always looking for ways to promote Gnarly Pepper on a larger scale. I don’t only search recipes, food bloggers or latest health trends, I search for business forums to excel the main area I’m most passionate about: entrepreneurship!

On the daily, I’m constantly submitting to authors, writers, bloggers about Gnarly Pepper. Lately, the response has been better received and I’m happy to share this article from MyCorporation: Entrepreneurs Welcome.

Here is a link to the article By: Deborah Sweeney.

 

 

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Get to know the inside scoop of Gnarly Pepper owner, Sara Gotch, in this interview with IdeaMensch. Click HERE for the Interview on IdeaMensch posted on May 7, 2018.  OR read below! Gnarly Pepper owner, Sara Gotch decided to leap into the entrepreneurial world after a few trips outside the country. Her love for travel …

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Being in California for the last few months has been quite the experience. These type of experiences never happen without some effort. Both the Yahoo! Finance video and the WhatsUP Silicon Valley Pitch Tank 3.0 event took hours of thought out processes.  Being in the mind set that any help critical or helpful are always …

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