I conducted a subject matter interview on Tuesday, November 28th with Attorney Amy Oraefo. Amy works specifically with entrepreneurs and small businesses, providing legal counsel on business strategies, transactions, and other legal matters. She specializes in corporate and intellectual property law. Enjoy the interview!
On Thanksgiving, Thursday 11/23/17, I had the opportunity to interview Paula Wojtkowski.
Paula is currently the Regional VP of Talent Acquisition & Development at Harrah’s Cherokee Casinos. Paula’s specialties are Financial Analysis, Organizational Design, Leadership Development, and Project Management.
I hope you enjoy the interview as much as I did!
- Tell me a little bit about Tribeca Tavern. When it was established, the number of locations and who are the target customers.
Tribeca Tavern has been around in its current iteration for three years. The restaurant itself has been around for about seven or eight. We do locally sourced, homegrown, made from scratch burgers and things that go well with burgers. We do a lot of really good North Carolina seafood. We grind our own burgers. We own a brewery, which is the Mash House Brewery in Fayetteville. So those are our two primary locations. We also have a food truck, which just launched this fall, and a catering company that focuses primarily on weddings.
1. Tell me a little bit about Tazza Kitchen restaurant: when was it established, the number of locations, and who are the target customers?
We grew out of another concept. Our first location was launched in Richmond under the Tazza brand and that was four years ago. From there, we opened up a location in Raleigh and then in Columbia, South Carolina and another in Richmond. And then this is the most recent build out of Tazza Kitchen. We’ll be opening up our sixth location next month in Richmond.