Month: April 2019

It’s My Birthday

Give it up to all April babies. Today is my birthday.

Since I’ve been self-employed I made the decision to never work on my birthday. Doesn’t that sound great? These are some of the benefits you get when you work for yourself :)!

As it is my birthday I and a few friends treated ourselves to a vacation in Abu Dhabi. I have been here for a few days and what a wonderful time I have been having.

There is nothing like giving yourself a break form work and hopping on a plane to go on a holiday.

As I woke up this morning and laid in bed, and looked at my awesome Abu Dhabi skyline. I couldn’t help but reflect not only on my cake business journey when I decided to do this full time, but also my life as a whole.

If I was still in my 9-5 job, I doubt I would be able to take a few days off on the whim and travel.

Since I became a cake business coach, I have learnt a lot about myself, about what I want to be, the type of person I am, the limit of what I can take,  the decisions I want to make, the people I want in my life, the mother I want to be and of course the type of business I want to have.

And there’s so much to learn still.

I thank God I’ve had such an incredible life thus far and I’ve been blessed with so many good things.

So, to celebrate my birthday I’ve put together a little list of some of the most important things I’ve learned so far.

Also enjoy some of my pics from my trip.

You are stronger than you think

Life is not easy as you know. I have gone through challenges. I have had highs and lows. Being an entrepreneur can test you to your limit. There will be days when you will be broke and no customers and there will be days when you have so many orders and have to attend to many things that you can hardly keep up.

Being a cake business owner is not a straight line to success, its full of twists and turns, loops, rings and circles. The only advise I can give you is to just keep on going. Better days are coming. I am a testament to that.

No matter what, people will always criticise you

We do not live in a perfect world. It is not always butterflies and rainbows wherever you go.  We’ve all been criticised at one time or the other. I too have been, even by close family members. If I had listened to all the negative comments I have heard, I won’t have started Baking Business School.  

My platform has helped thousands of people realise their cake business dreams, not only in Nigeria but also in other parts of West Africa, and beyond. When I feel down or depressed and feel like giving up, I think of the thousands of people who need my help, waiting for me to answer their emails, watch my videos, read my articles, It gives me the jumpstart to keep on going. Thank you guys.

So please do not listen to negative talk. Brush your shoulders and get on with your work.

Write your Goals

I am sure I do not have to hash this point. You know I am a great advocate of goal planning. Writing my goals and planning their execution has really helped me, not only in my business but my life.

I have a vision board where I paste pictures of things I want to achieve.   I don’t know how it works, but since putting pictures on my vison board, I’ve achieved a lot of my dreams and goals.

Do something scary

I remember when I got my first speaking engagement. To tell you I was scared is an understatement. I was terrified. I nearly wanted to turn it down. But I didn’t and I’m glad I did it afraid and it was a success.

How many opportunities have you lost because you were afraid? We all want to be successful, but most times for you to move to the next level, you have to get out from your comfort zone and go for it.

I too still struggle with putting myself out there, so each day I have to make a deliberate effort to be more open.

Invest in your self-development

All the knowledge I dispense is not just from personal experience. I have taken countless courses to learn a lot of things. For you to grow and be more successful, you have to invest in your education. Nowadays they are so many trainings and courses you can take even online.

Yes education cost money. But do not look at the cost. It is for the betterment of yourself and your business. So next time you see a training, don’t look at the cost, look instead at what you will learn and the benefits you will gain from such training.

So these are some of the lessons I have learnt so far, obviously this is not all but I believe these are the important bits.

This list involves things I have to work on daily as I am not definitely perfect, so need constant reminders so that is why I’m always writing things down.

Now tell me what you will write on your list.

Ok, enough writing, I’m off to celebrate.

Have some birthday cake on me.

Cheers to those celebrating their birthdays in April.

Rotimicakelady, Baking Business School, Marketing, Cake Business coach, How to make money in your cake business

About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

The Baking Business School, Rotimicakelady, Get better results in your cake business

Start an Online Course   Free Resource Library   Read our Blog

Freebies       Start your Cake Business Today  Business Guides

We are available on a number of social media platforms where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

So please check them out and don’t forget to follow, subscribe and engage with us on all the baking Business School accounts.

Facebook Group

https://web.facebook.com/groups/Bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Page

https://web.facebook.com/bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Messenger

https://m.me/bakingbusinessschool

Instagram

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Twitter

YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8v3CNQF8BOI6xVfrZqDQoQ

Linkedin

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Podcast

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Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?

This is something many home based cake business owners struggle with, and I will admit have struggled with this in the past.

Treating your business like an expensive hobby instead of a business. You might be doing this right now but you might not know it.

So, in this blogpost I am going to help you recognise whether you are actually running a business or in fact just have a very expensive hobby.

If anything I say below rings true, then you may just be running a hobby rather than a fully-fledged business, then please go and register for my Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business Masterclass where you will be taken through the process to make sure you move away from hobby cake business owner and move into the role of a successful cake businesswoman.

Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?. Baking Business School

You have not even registered your company

One of the first steps in setting up your business is to register it at the Corporate Affairs Commission.  Structuring your business properly from the start sets the right tone for not only yourself but for your potential customers as well.

You will appear more trustworthy and professional if you have a duly registered company. How can you expect your potential customers seriously if you too don’t take yourself seriously?

Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?. Baking Business School

You do not know how to price your cakes

I know pricing can be a real struggle for cake business owners. Most times we do not know how much we should charge for our cakes and in the end we allow ourselves to be under-priced.

People value what they pay for. If a person values what you are doing, then you should charge appropriately otherwise they will value you less and you will be known as the cheap cake lady.

You are in business to make money, so you need to charge right for your time, skill and effort you put in in crating that masterpiece of a cake.

If pricing is a struggle for you then register for my Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business Masterclass and all your pricing woes will be out to bed.

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You don’t know how much money you make from your business

If you don’t know how much money you are making then you also don’t know if, or when your business is making a profit or loss.

This is a clear sign your business is an expensive hobby.

The foundation of any business is in good record keeping and keeping track of your expenses. You need to have bookkeeping and accounting systems in place. This will help you monitor the finances of your business.

If you cannot tell how much you made and how much you spent in previous months, then it means you’re treating it like an expensive hobby.

So, if this is you then please, please watch my Training on Bookkeeping Systems you should have in your cake business here and here and put an end to it now with my simple actionable tactics.

Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?. Baking Business School

You know nothing about Marketing

Customers do not fall from the sky. You have to go out there to get them and the only way you can get customers is by marketing. 

Marketing your business is a must. There are various marketing strategies you can employ such as social media marketing, having a blog, sending out email or sms newsletters. You need to be doing some sort of marketing on a consistent basis every day, if not; your business will find it hard to survive.

If you are unsure about marketing, then register for Pricing your cakes right to build a money making cake business Masterclass which has an  entire Module dedicated to Marketing.

Stop waiting for people to find you and go out and go get them.

Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?. Baking Business School

You do not keep track of your time

Do you how long it takes you to bake and decorate a cake from start to finish? How long does it take for you to give a quote for a cake, answering emails, shopping for ingredients and so on? You need to keep track of your time. Because you need to be paid for your time. You need to earn a wage for the time you use for an order.

If you feel you are worth N500 an hour, then if you spend 5 hours shopping, baking and decorating a cake, that means you will have earned N2,500. So that amount should be added to the price of your cake.

If you don’t know where you are spending your time then you have no idea what you are actually getting paid.

Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?. Baking Business School

Your family and friends don’t take your business seriously

The energy that we give off about something reflects on those around us. If you are finding that your friends treat your business like a hobby, then it’s likely you are also speaking about it in that way as well.

What kind of language do you use when you speak about your cake business? How do you stand and how do you feel? All of these signals are emitted and interpreted by those around us.


If you are upset by a friend or maybe even family members  not taking your business seriously or they keep asking you for a free or a cheap cake, then this is a sign that you probably aren’t taking your business seriously.

Are you running a Cake Business or an expensive hobby?. Baking Business School

You do not have a website because you are still deciding what logo to use

If the reason you have not launched your website is because you are still deciding on what colours, or logo or theme to use, then you really are missing the point of being in business.

Yes it’s good to get those things right, but don’t spend time and a lot of money deciding on such trivial matters. You mind should be on how to get your business out there so that people will know you and you can start making money, how to add value and how to be different from the other cake businesses out there.

So that’s it.

I have struggled with all of these in the past, and many home based cake business owners do to. And this is something that I help my clients to deal with all of the time through my coaching programs and courses.

So, if any of these are true for you don’t worry. You are not alone.

The most important step is to become aware of and identify the issue, and if you have done this by reading to the end of this article, that is a huge step, well done.

The next step is to come over and register for my Pricing your cake right to build a money making cake business masterclass and I will give you some really actionable strategies that you can implement straight away to build a more profitable and lucrative cake business.

Now tell me what steps are you going to take to make your cake business more professional? Please comment below.

Rotimicakelady, Baking Business School, Marketing, Cake Business coach, How to make money in your cake business

About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

The Baking Business School, Rotimicakelady, Get better results in your cake business

Start an Online Course   Free Resource Library   Read our Blog

Freebies       Start your Cake Business Today  Business Guides

We are available on a number of social media platforms where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

So please check them out and don’t forget to follow, subscribe and engage with us on all the baking Business School accounts.

This is where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

Facebook Group

https://web.facebook.com/groups/Bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Page

https://web.facebook.com/bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Messenger

https://m.me/bakingbusinessschool

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/cakebusinessowners/

Twitter

YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8v3CNQF8BOI6xVfrZqDQoQ

Linkedin

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rotimicakelady-leigh-586b8611/

Podcast

Vimeo

https://vimeo.com/bakingbusinessschool/ o

5 Ways To Stop Attracting Cheap Customers

As a cake business owner, you have probably been in a situation where you felt only customers who want cheap cakes call you or you mostly attract customers who are not willing to pay the right amount for your cakes or do not appreciate the quality of work you put into a cake. For most business owners, this is not strange at all.

Most people do not know the skill, effort and resources that go into making a cake so they undervalue your work or they want to pay as little as possible.

Most times we cave into their bullying and demands and end up under pricing ourselves, making no money and then feeling bad afterwards.

These types of clients are ‘low quality’ customers, and they are everywhere so there is little you can do to change that.

Instead of trying to convince these types of customers to pay the correct price for your cakes, your business should focus on attracting ‘high end’ customers or those customers who can afford your cakes.

And here are some 5 ways to attract them:

How To Stop Attracting Cheap Customers, Baking Business School

Create a Customer Profile

To attract high-end clients, you must first know who they are, what they like, what types of cakes they like, and what products or services they need, where they are, where they go to, what attracts them and so on. Then find ways to

Finally, look at customer circumstances to create an idea of how potential customers develop an interest in your product or service. Then just go and market to them.

Doing so will give you a roadmap of what your marketing strategy will be like.

For instance, you may need to find a contact in a school in a high brow area to see whether you can sponsor an event by bringing in your cakes or provide cakes for free at their next PTA meeting. When you are in, make connections, talk to them about your business and give out your business cards.

Once you get past the “unknown and untasted” hurdle, you should have a much easier time selling to them.

How To Stop Attracting Cheap Customers, Baking Business School

2. Let Price Reflect the Quality of your cakes

If a business wants to appear thoroughly competitive and professional, the price it charges should always reflect quality like no other.

When a price is too cheap, it means the product is of low quality and so people will not expect to pay much for it.

If the business is using high quality ingredients, your website is up to par, your service is impeccable; in the mind of the wealthy, there’s no reason for your cakes to be cheap.

If your prices are higher than the rest. Then there is a reason for that. Let them see it in the services you render and also tell them why.

How To Stop Attracting Cheap Customers, Baking Business School

3. Pay attention to packaging

Good quality packaging is a great way to make your products stand out from the crowd. Not only will unique packaging make your products memorable, but packaging has been found to be one of the most important aspects when it comes to a customer’s decision to buy a product especially the high end ones.

Having beautiful packaging sets it apart from mass-produced generic offerings.

Great packaging should be part of your cake business branding and deserves plenty of attention. Presenting your products in gorgeous packaging reinforces the idea that when it comes to your bakery products that you are classy, top notch and worth the extra naira spent.

How To Stop Attracting Cheap Customers, Baking Business School

4. Offer Great and consistent Customer Service

Be ready to attend to their needs, be classy, eloquent in your phone conversations and consistently ready to help because high end clients are used to impeccable service. Also they do not like to wait.

If you are unable to give them a price at once, tell them you will give them a quote in 10 mins, and keep to that time. Send out your invoices on time. If you tell them you are to deliver at a certain time, make damn sure you arrive at that time or even before.

Also after care is important, send a thank you email asking them how their event went and if the cake was satisfactory. If it was a very big order, a few days later you can send them a thank you card with a box of cupcakes. It is all about keeping you in their mind.

How To Stop Attracting Cheap Customers, Baking Business School

5. Be willing to spend more to attract quality clients

Like attracts like. If you want to attract high income people, then your business has to appeal to them. Wear custom attire with your branded logo on it. Again pay attention to what you are posting online, upgrade your website. Get real email addresses that contain your domain name. Always be looking to be featured in the media.

You are an expert at what you are doing, so be seen as such. Do live shows on your social media platforms. Look at collaborating with companies where your target customers patronise. Advertise where you will reach quality clients.  You may need to invest time and money in branding, marketing, materials, events, technology, and lastly your personal image.

If you want to play with the big boys, you must be willing to do the work. There is no magic wand you can wave to get the customers you want, but as long as you follow these tips and make plans in your marketing strategy you should start getting the right customers.

It’s far easier to grow a successful business by targeting the higher end of the market rather than dealing with difficult consumers who argue about your price.

Just make sure you are positioned for success by creating a new marketing strategy that will target and appeal to the upper end of the market.

In the end it will be worth it!  

So what strategies are you going to implement so you can attract more premium customers. Just comment below.

Cake Regards.


Rotimicakelady, Baking Business School, Marketing, Cake Business coach, How to make money in your cake business

About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

The Baking Business School, Rotimicakelady, Get better results in your cake business

Start an Online Course   Free Resource Library   Read our Blog

Freebies       Start your Cake Business Today Business Guides

We are available on a number of social media platforms where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

So please check them out and don’t forget to follow, subscribe and engage with us on all the baking Business School accounts.

This is where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

Facebook Group

https://web.facebook.com/groups/Bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Page

https://web.facebook.com/bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Messenger

https://m.me/bakingbusinessschool

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/cakebusinessowners/

Twitter

YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8v3CNQF8BOI6xVfrZqDQoQ

Linkedin

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rotimicakelady-leigh-586b8611/

Podcast

Vimeo

https://vimeo.com/bakingbusinessschool/

 

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

Happy new month!

We are now in a new quarter. It took me a while to put my head round the fact that already 3 months have past.

I had to take a look at my 1st quarter goals and observed that I have not made as much progress as I thought I would when I set my goals in January this year.

Yes I have made good progress in some areas but there are still some areas that I really have to get a move on. Maybe I was bit over ambitious.

So while preparing my 2nd quarter goals I am going to scale down a bit and concentrate on the most important goals plus follow up on the ones I failed to achieve.

That is the key to goal setting and looking back. It helps you to take stock and revaluate.

So did you meet your 1st quarter goals?

If you didn’t, don’t beat yourself up. I too didn’t realise everything I set on my list but I know I tried. So quarter 2 is another opportunity to try again.

As every successful entrepreneur says, you should never give up.

This week, I want to share some of my best business advice and success tips I have learnt along the way so that you can crush your 2nd quarter cake business goals.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

Start Today

You can’t afford to sit around waiting for to get capital to start your business, or hoping and praying that an angel investor will come along to help you implement your idea.

If you do not have money to start your business, with as little as N5,000 you can buy ingredients and start selling cupcakes to people, so little by little you can start raising your own capital to start or buy equipment for your business.

The only way to learn is by doing, stop complaining and harbouring negative thoughts, and stop making excuses. All these won’t help you start a business and it sure won’t help you have the income you want for yourself.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

It does take longer than expected to get a steady stream of Customers and Income

I’m sure you already know this already.  Whether you started big or small, it takes time to know how to sell, market your cakes, knowing what works in your business to get customers, how to price you cakes well and how to use social media in your business.

You have to realise that the only way you can get more orders and customers is to market yourself more.

If you have no idea how to market your business, I have a Marketing course that can help. It is called  The Ultimate Guide To Marketing Your Cake Business which is a 4 Week comprehensive Cake Business Marketing Course that will guide you on all marketing techniques and strategies to promote your cake business so you can make more money.

It is not going to be easy, you will not become a millionaire overnight but with adequate planning, being positive and having enough passion you will see that your customers and income will begin to grow.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know


Don’t experiment with too many recipes at the same time

You must be consistent with your recipes.

Do you have 2-3 different vanilla recipes? Once you have found a recipe you like which is tried and tested, keep to it. A customer does not want to be eating different versions of the same cake each time they make an order. Your cakes are your signature and we know a signature usually remains the same.

Also cake education is a must. You should know the different types of cakes suitable for different uses like for carving, creating tiers, doing gravity cakes, cakes suitable for our hot Nigerian weather and so on. Also what preservatives to use to make cake last and how to change recipes to suit special dietary requirements or requests.  

All these knowledge will definitely put you ahead of the competition.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

Have a Good List of Suppliers

It is always convenient to have a good list of suppliers who are reliable and provide good quality, and they are readily avaliable

You do not want to have an order to create a Spongebob cake and you are looking and going from market to market, shop to shop looking for the necessary cake pan. If you have a supplier, you can just make a quick call for delivery. This way you can concentrate on creating the best cake possible for your customer.

Yes I know, it does take time to build these suppliers contacts list, however make sure you find the ones who are reliable, the prices are reasonable, have an option for delivery, give great customer service, and whose products are of good quality.

So do your research, Google and you can even ask your baker friends where they get their supplies from.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

Have a Clear Company Policy for giving Discounts

We all get these type of customers. Those you complain about our price, those who want a cakes nearly for free.

So how do you deal with these customers? Make it a point to have clear guideline as to when and who you will be giving discounts.

Know how to charge for family and friends and the general public. For example you can make it a policy to give a 40% discount for family and friends and for the general public you will only go as low as 5-15% or offer them some cupcakes instead of a discount.

It’s your business, so your rules. Don’t let a customer dictate what price or discount you should give them.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

Build Relationships

Never stop building meaningful relationships with customers and other people in the  baking and event planning industry.

Don’t really view them all as your competitors. View them instead as collaborators  or potential partners. You never know what additional business you can get from these partnerships.

What other Cake Business Owners do not want you to know

Don’t give up

Like in all businesses, you will have good and bad days. You may deal with a difficult customer, or a cake may collapse as you are delivering or a whole month may go by and you haven’t had a single customer.

Yes it is disheartening and yes you will feel like giving up but please don’t. It is only a phase. Yes cry if you want to , but after you have had your little pity party, dust yourself of the floor,  dry your tears and get on with it. The world is waiting for your cakes.

So what are your plans for the second quarter. What are you going to do differently now so that you ensure success for Q2. Will love to hear from you, just comment below.

Cake Regards.


Rotimicakelady, Baking Business School, Marketing, Cake Business coach, How to make money in your cake business

About Me:

Hello, my name is Rotimicakelady and I am a cake business coach that teaches cake business owners how to grow and have a profitable cake business so that they have a constant stream of customers buying their delicious treats.

I have been running my own successful home based cake business for some years now. I have also been teaching bakers through my online courses who are struggling with low sales, with strategies on how to market, and price their cakes for profit.

In addition I am also run a Facebook Group where I coach, offer support and help bakers in their businesses.

I have helped over 50 bakers through my online course A comprehensive guide to starting your cake business in 30 days’ with much needed information on how to start a cake business in Nigeria. I also teach close to 4000 cake enthusiasts through my Facebook Group how to run a money making cake business.

I have been featured in ‘Naija Top Baker’ magazine, one of Nigeria’s foremost cake magazines and also been a Guest Speaker at the Bakery World Convention.

If you are struggling with getting customers for their cakes, I can help you solve this problem by showing you how to market, sell, price, plan, structure and brand your business so you are constantly selling to the right people who want your cakes.

The Baking Business School, Rotimicakelady, Get better results in your cake business

Start an Online Course   Free Resource Library   Read our Blog

Freebies       Start your Cake Business Today Business Guides

We are available on a number of social media platforms where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

So please check them out and don’t forget to follow, subscribe and engage with us on all the baking Business School accounts.

This is where you will find educative content, videos, audios and other resources to help you in your cake business.

Facebook Group

https://web.facebook.com/groups/Bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Page

https://web.facebook.com/bakingbusinessschool

Facebook Messenger

https://m.me/bakingbusinessschool

Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/bakingbusinessowners/

Twitter

YouTube

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8v3CNQF8BOI6xVfrZqDQoQ

Linkedin

https://www.linkedin.com/in/rotimicakelady-leigh-586b8611/

Podcast