Blog: Paddling upstream

Catherine Sleep | 12 December 2003

It takes courage to start a small business, hard work to make quality food and imagination and guts to market it effectively. I just read an amusing account of how the founder of one US ice cream company humiliated himself in the name of good publicity – happy reading this Friday afternoon.

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