Articles by Emily Wilson
How Golden Roots Kitchen Uses Bottle to Build Community
For founder Melanie Geist, a prepared healthy meal service is about much more than food.
How Mona Lipson is Building a “Community Supported Treats“ Business in Brooklyn
Hint: it all starts with ice cream.
Packaging for Delivery in the Zero Waste Economy
These innovative companies are creating sustainable solutions for delivery.
Which Type of Ghost Kitchen is Right For You?
Shadow restaurant? Food brand incubator? Commissary kitchen? Virtual-only concept?
The New Food Economy is Here
It’s easier and more affordable than ever to test and launch a food business.
It’s Easier Than Ever to Start and Grow a Successful Pizza Brand
From innovations in the kitchen to advancements in ordering technology, here’s why pizza is the undisputed king of takeout and delivery.
The Power of Drops for Local Businesses
How a drop-based business model fuels creativity, consistency, and community.
The Market For Homemade Food is Here: How Foodnome, Minimart, and Bottle are Empowering Home Cooks
While Covid has caused all sorts of trials and tribulations, one silver lining is how it’s given many of us more time to explore our identities as home cooks.
How Patreon Uses Memberships to Power and Monetize The Creator-Fan Relationship
A membership model exists when customers make a commitment to a business in exchange for access or value. One example is subscriptions, which require individuals to pay a recurring fee to receive unlimited content or regular deliveries of product.
How 9 Miles East Uses Bottle for Pre-Ordering, SMS Marketing, and A VIP Membership Club
How this multi-channel food operation uses the power of text and pre-ordering to sustain and grow their local food economy.
How Andy met Will, and Bottle was built.
How Starbucks, Dunkin’, and Panera Drive Loyalty With Memberships
Why the membership model is a win-win for coffee drinkers and local coffee shops.