NEW YORK, April 26, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – e.terra ™, a flexible solutions company for culinary workspaces, today announced the opening of its first flexible commercial kitchen facility in Harlem. new York. Founded by industry veterans Bella Karakis and Joel Rogozinskie.terra provides community-focused, flexible solutions for commercial kitchens and business services to support the growth of food and beverage companies at every stage of development.
“We launched e.terra to rethink the commercial kitchen model and help those most economically affected by the pandemic in the EU New York City culinary community, “commented Bella Karakis, CEO of e.terra. “Chefs, caterers, bakers, food business owners, and established brands have unique needs. Our central Harlem location is specifically designed to help businesses of all sizes start, start, grow, and thrive. It’s time to Bring cooks back to the boil. “
The Harlem space is 5,600 square feet and has 2 large kitchens, state-of-the-art commercial kitchen equipment and technology that allows room for scalability while keeping startup costs down. It includes a shared commercial kitchen, bakery kitchen, ghost or private kitchen stations, dry and cold storage, office co-working space and a full list of business support services.
The company has also partnered with a local nonprofit, Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center (Isaacs Center), to offer internship opportunities to young adults participating in the center’s culinary program and pursuing careers in the food industry. The Isaacs Center is a multi-service non-profit organization based on the Upper East Side of Manhattan focused on the needs of children, low-income families, out-of-school and unemployed youth, and aging New Yorkers.
“The city’s economic recovery will largely depend on its efforts to create employment pathways for those who marginally survived this pandemic. The Isaacs Center is proud to partner with e.terra to help young adults advance careers in the EU seek hope and opportunities to offer culinary field, at this critical time of economic renewal, both locally and nationally, “said Gregory J. Morris, President and Executive Director, Issacs Center.
e.terra founder Bella Karakis is an experienced IP attorney, startup mentor, and entrepreneur with a track record in the food and beverage industry. She co-founded and CEO of Union 3Sixty5, a mobile food company based in DC Metro, and co-founded / CBDO of Chefscape, a joint commercial kitchen with locations in DC Metro and NYC. Your co-founder, Joel Rogozinskiis a seasoned entrepreneur and veteran of commercial finance and mergers and acquisitions. Joel is the CFO of e.terra and brings a wealth of knowledge in the areas of food startups and commercial kitchen management. He also looks after entrepreneurs and offers business and financial advice. You are joined by Eugene Kharlamb, a veteran NYC restaurant owner, IT and technology specialist, served as CTO.
e.terra is a flexible culinary workspace solutions company offering a full range of kitchen rental, collaboration and business support services to support the growth of food and beverage companies at every stage of development. Read more at https://www.eterrakitchen.com/
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