A few years ago, Christine Marcus found herself going through a pivot in her own life. The former deputy chief financial officer for U.S. Department of Energy found herself craving good, old-fashioned entrepreneurship. So she quit her job in 2011 and enrolled in a program at MITSloan School of Management. It was at Sloan that Marcus first noticed the food culture at the school, specifically the catered events that filled the stomachs of hungry MIT students. “You don’t have to be a rocket scientist,” she said. “I saw dollar signs.” Sal Lupoli, owner of the international pizza shop chain Sal’s Pizza, was on board too. So, Lupoli and Marcus decided that they would enter the world of corporate catering. Continue reading on Boston Business Journal.
Marcus running online corporate catering startup Phoodeez
September 9, 2014