Hello again! I made it, I am online and still alive.
When people compare the process of launching a venture to giving birth, they are absolutely right. FullStop.It hurts like hell, it takes much longer thank expected and you change completely as a person. Image , I left my Chanel presents unwrapped in the living room as couldn’t think of anything else than my page.
But I know that I am not alone out there. Susi& Vasi are also in the same stage of their live. The launching event just happened with Martin Kirchberger at the Nocciolato Coffee House in Bern ( as an Austrian I am not familiar with anybody else except Conchita Wurst, forgive me) and they produced a video reflecting their old school Italian heritage. You might want to have a look at true slow food story happening in the Piedmont: : http://youtu.be/uFKNv–2bwo
But more than that, they really try to make their product work. I know how hard it is to get to the stage where you actually have first customers and you would like to go down on your knees and thank everybody for the appreciation of your product and supporting it to grow, so check www.biscottibox.ch
More on my own venture today in the afternoon.
Since you dont know where to get them, here is a hint: Biscottibox in available in December at Nocciolato Coffee House, Bern or via their homepage www.biscottibox.ch