Bringing Home the Baking Author Hosts Free Sessions on Starting a Licensed Home-Based Baking Business

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Geiger's sessions and classes are open to all, from the novice to the highly skilled baker. "Get going," continues Geiger, "It's time to structure your business; break out the spatulas and mixing bowls and start baking!"

Educating and motivating entrepreneurial-minded bakers just got easier as popular Bringing Home the Baking author Quincella C. Geiger, hosts free one-hour information sessions on starting a licensed home-based baking business. The first session will be held on Wednesday, August 6, 2008 at 6:30 p.m. at the Women's Employment Opportunity Project, Inc. in Atlanta. Additional sessions will take place at metro Atlanta libraries, businesses and organizations.

Trading in a corporate 9-to-5 position for apron strings, 20-year home-based baking veteran Geiger has created the perfect recipe for teaching others how to turn their passion into a profitable business. From business basics and expectations to the various aspects of baking equipment, Geiger takes the guesswork out of perfecting a licensed home-based baking business.

"Owning and operating a home-based baking business has been profitable, fun, exciting, challenging, frustrating, and a tremendous learning experience," says Geiger. "My experiences are meant to be shared with others, especially those who have been baking for family and friends, but who have been reluctant, as I was, to take their talent to the next level."

The training doesn't stop with the informational sessions. This fall, Geiger will teach a continuing education class for Clayton State University, to help others develop their own home-based baking business. The six-hour, three-session class is scheduled for October 2, 9 and 16, 2008 at Centennial High School in Roswell, GA.


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