411 Cafe' Business Network Group


411 Cafe' Business Network Group

Group for 411 Cafe' Network members to advertise and promote your business. Share business information, advice, etc.

You can also send a group message to to other members in this group. We look forward to you sharing your 411. 

Members: 82
Latest Activity: Aug 2

What's Your Business 411?

Happening Thursday, January 26, 2017

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The 411 Cafe' Network Business Spotlight!
411 Cafe' Member, Clarice Cubbage, owner of Coco Cakery" 
Pumpkin Muffin in a Jar
Coco's Cakery 1

About Coco Cakery


Coco Cakery was founded in 2010 by owner, 

Clarice Cubbage after being laid off from teaching 

(Pre-K thru 1st grade). 




"After losing my income and being unemployed baking was a way to relax, regroup and try to make the best of what I thought was a bad situation.  I thought this would be a great way to do something I love (bake) and still be able to work with children and to teach in a different medium. I love being creative and working with colors, patterns and textiles....what better way than creating delicious desserts?  I also enjoy coming up with new ideas and flavors to enhance my cakes, cupcakes and chocolate gourmet brownies". 


Coco's Cakery 2 


CC's Vision for Her Business.....


To be featured on the Food Network, be a guest on the Emeril Lagasse Show and the Rachel Ray Show. Coco also wants to have her own catering truck to deliver sweets from Los Angeles to the Inland Empire.  


Coco Cakery is based in Carson, California. 
Available for Catering & Delivery Service 
For more 411 please call e-mail:
Coco' Cakery 2 
Thank you!









For more 411 contact 411 Cafe' member, Moses Banks




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Comment by Pamela Garrett on August 21, 2016 at 1:50pm

Introducing to some and reminding others of L.A. By Pam Siteseeing Tours. This company  provides off the beaten path tours of greater Los Angeles. It's perfect for family reunion and convention city site  tours. As well it is a fun way for residents to explore the city of the angels. L.A. By Pam...it's just like being with one of the family1 Contact us at labypam@yahoo.com

Comment by John S. Milligan on January 4, 2015 at 12:08pm

My name is John S. Milligan. I have been in the same business 46 years. I am an estate planner, business and tax consultant, paralegal, author/publisher. My company provides the following services: living trust, power attorney, advance health directive, profit/nonprofit corporations, LLC and publishing books for authors.

Comment by Pamela Garrett on June 10, 2013 at 11:22pm

Thank you for your feedback. I've been on both sides of the equation and wondered what/how other entrepreneurs felt. Your points make sense.

Comment by African Gift Bags on June 10, 2013 at 11:26am

Hi Pamela

You’ve asked multiple questions so I will try to give you my opinion on each.

1. Keep in mind that events are businesses also. There is no such thing as a fair price for an event. You either participate at their price or you don’t. The pricing is based on a lot of factors that vendors usually don’t concern themselves with like insurance (liability and fire) for example. Most events are for profit ventures. If the event doesn’t make money then what is the effort for. They’re a lot of work.

2. As for a profit service vs. a product. The event itself is catering to a certain market. It’s up to the vendor to determine whether a particular event will reach their target market. Know your market or you will waste a lot of money.

3. Attendees. No evert promoter can be certain how many attendee will show at their event. Some questions you might want to ask them are. How long have they been doing this event. How many attendees were at the last event? How are the booths prices set? What type of marketing efforts is the event doing to bring in the attendees. These are just a few.

4. Selling everything you bring is your job not the event’s. You are the salesman for your product or service. You must do your do diligence in reaching your target market. Know your numbers.

Hope this helps.

Comment by Pamela Garrett on June 9, 2013 at 7:04pm

What do you think is a fair price to pay for a booth at an event? Should a business that provides a for profit service pay the same as a business with product? How do you feel if the event promoter says there will be a large amount of people attending but only a few show up? Do you expect to sell everything you bring?

Comment by Ysa Adams on May 23, 2013 at 8:38am

I'm interested in that as well Pamela.

Comment by Pamela Garrett on May 23, 2013 at 12:26am

What have you found to be the most effective way to market your business? What has been the least effective?

Comment by Lisa Frazier on April 11, 2012 at 10:03pm

Hello my name is Lisa Frazier and I have been running a Mary Kay /  Image consulting business for the last 12 years.  I would like to offer all of 411 Cafe members a opportunity to try Mary Kay's new  Botanical skin care line.  Email or call me to set an appt.  MKLFrazier@gmail.com or 310-714-5337.  I also have a website: www.MaryKay.com/LFrazier2.  Go to my website, take a look, do a virtual makeover.  And if you'd like to purchase anything...just mention 411 Cafe and receive a 20% discount on your 1st order!!

Comment by Ysa Adams on March 15, 2012 at 1:28pm

As a new member to this forum, I'm interested to hear about the challenges you've faced as business owners in connecting with your target customers or clients.

Also, do you feel that your current marketing efforts (website, blog, printed materials, social media) provide a true and consistent picture of your business? Or, are you feeling overwhelmed and frustrated at the 'patch work quilt' nature of it all?

I focus on event, business, and travel/cultural photography that tells the story of a company, non-profit, or individual. Since your story is unique - your images should be as well.

I'm looking forward to hearing your experiences and getting to know you better in the near future.

Comment by Katherine Myers on February 25, 2012 at 4:21am
Remember me when there are questions about the four factors that affect your health and finances in retirement:
1. out-of-pocket expenses for medical; medicare benefits and options
2. out-of-pocket expenses for extended care beyond treatment by your medical provider; long term care and short care planning and options
3. life insurance for those 15 days to age 85 years.
4. run on retirement income/savings to cover these expenses; protecting and growing retirement income/savings
Best Regards

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