POSITION/JOB DESCRIPTION Title: Food Partners Access Coordinator Department: Reports To: Administration: Leslie Schaller; Work plan: Food Partners Management Team (Leslie Schaller, Tom Redfern, Mary Nally) Supervises: N/A FLSA Status: Exempt Hours of Work: 40 hours per week Pay Range: Salary commensurate with experience Job Summary
Through generous support from the Osteopathic Heritage Foundation, three organizations: The Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet,) Community Food Initiatives (CFI), and Rural Action are implementing a dynamic project to accelerate healthy, local food access to underserved communities in Appalachia Ohio. The Food ... Read More
We hope you will join us for a day of networking, personal and professional development for businesses in all stages of development. Stay tuned to our website and social media for more agenda details as they unfold. Women in Business Conference Agenda Friday, May 5th 2017 The conference has three main objectives. To provide a space for networking so women entrepreneurs can create and feel a ... Read More
Free ACEnet webinar series continues this month with the free webinar: So You Want to Start a Business? Join ACEnet Kitchen Manager, Adam Kody, to learn how to get started with us & about our intake process so your business can benefit from our services! Register HERE for this free webinar.
We’re kicking off a series of ACEnet webinars starting this month! Is there something you would like to learn about starting a business, marketing a business, recipe scaling for your food business, food safety, or something else? Please email email@example.com!
We’ll be kicking off our series with a FREE a Social Media 101 webinar on February 23rd from 1-2 pm! If you are interested in learning the basics of social media marketing, please register HERE!
Appalachian Center for Economic Networks (ACEnet) Announces Two New Board Members
Athens, OH— ACEnet announces the appointment of two new members to its Board of Trustees as they begin their three year term, as well as the full slate of officers and board members for 2017.
Joining the Board of Trustees are Scott Zielinski and Catherine Allgood. “I am excited to have Scott and Caty join our Board of Trustees; they bring valuable networks and skills that will ... Read More
At ACEnet, a great deal of our work focuses on Food Policy Work – Healthy Food Access. The 2016 Legislative Day & Food Microbusiness Showcase in May is a great example of the ways we make food policy work innovative and effective.
In 2015, thanks to a Central Appalachian Network small grant, the Appalachian Ohio Kitchen Incubator Network was formed. This networks consists of ACEnet, Youngstown’s Common Wealth Kitchen Incubator, Muskingum County’s FoodWorks Alliance and the Perry County Community Kitchen. ... Read More
When you think about healthy local food options and the wonderful specialty foods in our region, who comes to mind? If you are like most people in our region, you think of an ACEnet client or maybe the ACEnet Food Ventures Center out on Columbus Road. Why? Because we have been supporting area food businesses, restaurants, and farmers for over 30 years. When you think about the variety of small, women-owned businesses in our area ... Read More
ACEnet Celebrates National Women’s Small Business Month
October was National Women’s Small Business Month. In the last several decades, women have made undeniable progress in starting and growing their own businesses. Every October, the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC) along with leaders in the women’s entrepreneurship community come together to reflect on these advancements.
“Women’s Small Business Month is a great time to highlight the advancements made by women in business and celebrate women business owners,” says Amanda ... Read More
ACEnet Invests in New Equipment
ACEnet has invested in a new label machine! The new Autolabe Pressure Sensitive Labeling Machine Model 110, an automatic wipe-on label applicator, has replaced the 20 year old label machine in our Food Ventures Center to increase clients’ efficiency. The Model 110 has been continually upgraded to meet today’s demanding labeling needs and is used in virtually every industry for primary and secondary labeling. Local business and ACEnet client Vino de Milo ... Read More