Lunch and Learn Brown Bag Session - Aunt Nee’s and PC Foods Group
During Winter 2019, four entrepreneurs will visit campus to share their own experiences starting a business and what they have learned about creating products and services. The entrepreneurs will share stories on:
- The reasons behind their business idea and how it evolved
- The entrepreneur’s own motivations and experiences with setbacks
- How the business works and what they have learned from the experience
- Suggestions for students as they look to make an impact into new technologies and services
The sessions are open to all UM-Dearborn students. You are encouraged to bring a lunch (cookies will be provided) and hear from our speakers.
Friday, March 22
Pat Schwager (COB Alum), Partner Aunt Nee’s and Partner PC Foods Group
Aunt Nee’s started as a family hobby, but became a financial success through hard-work and persistence during the last recession. Leveraging the Eastern Market incubator program, Aunt Nee’s sells salsa, guacamole mix, and chips at locations across Michigan and Ontario.