Fooda's business development teams sell innovative Popup restaurant food programs to the country's top workplaces so hundreds of thousands of people can look forward to lunch at work every day.
The lunch at work market generates $170 billion per year in sales and we're tapping into it by putting daily Popup restaurants into compay lunchrooms, office lobbies, and cafeterias. It's a concept that no one else is executing and with Fooda's 1,000+ corporate accounts across the country, the flywheel is spinning. Fooda's concept has proven to work and it's demand is high.
Thousands of workplaces in every city are potential clients. Cool fact about Fooda: 90%+ of our clients stick around and renew their contracts (turns out that once you introduce an awesome food program at a workplace, people don't want to see it go away). That's good news for you, because once you sell a Fooda deal, it stays in your name and becomes a stable dividend stream.
Word is out. The people who manage Class-A office buildings know that Fooda is an amenity they need to bring their tenants. World-class employers know that Fooda is the type of exciting perk that makes a difference with recruiting and retention.
Your job is the really fun part. Sales at Fooda isn't about convincing a buyer that they need some widget. It's about crafting solutions for the future B2B clients who'll be hosting our food programs. Head's up: Clients get excited during the process. Fooda is a fresh concept they are introducing to their workplace. It's emotional. It's fun. Who doesn't want an authentic restaurant popping up where they work?
As a growth-stage company, entrepreneurship runs through our veins. But we've been doing this long enough to learn from our mistakes and put good practices in place - which we'll teach you during our training program. And from day one, you'll be matched up with a mentor who has been at it for a while. At Fooda you'll be a self starter working autonomously, but you'll also have all the resources you need to get trained, with the ongoing support you need to do the best you can at your job.
At Fooda, we have a policy where we hire good people (AKA no jerks). We're results driven as a culture, but this isn't a cut-throat boiler room setting. We help each other out and we treat one another fairly. We're often heading out of the office together at the end of the day to share a drink and grab a bite to eat (oh, we tend to like good food and try new restaurants). Once a year, everyone from each of our markets across the country flies to one place and we spend a few days of learning, sharing tips, and getting to know one another better.