NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Owner of the New Duff Kendrick Delaney says that he hopes to make the favored Bahamian treat as well-known globally because the croissant and cinnamon roll, with the corporate having emerged because the winner of the Entrepreneurship World Cup (EWC) National Finals.
Delaney gave a presentation on the corporate and its vision last Friday and on Tuesday was announced because the winner of the EWC National Finals. The corporate’s pitch was to lift near $750,000 to start the strategy of preparing the New Duff for franchising, and complete two new stores in Nassau, one in Miami, and an overseas manufacturing plant. Delaney said the corporate is hoping to draw large-scale equity investors to assist propel it to becoming a world brand.
Delaney will now move on to the EWC Global Finals where top entrepreneurs from some 200 countries around the globe will compete. This 12 months, the worldwide finals are being held in November in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
“After all, we sell guava duff but what we wish to really do is be a world billboard with food from The Bahamas,” Delaney told Eyewitness News.
He added: “I started off making guava duff really as a love letter to all of the grandmothers on the market because I had so many warm and nostalgic memories around guava duff.”
The corporate has grown from a bicycle cart to a food trailer and a storefront bakery over the past few years.
Delaney said: “It’s incredible that we were chosen because the national winner for the EWC. Now we have grown rather a lot as a company as there remains to be so way more growth ahead for us. Our vision is to make guava duff a world dessert and for people to take into consideration The Bahamas each time they bask in this decadent treat.”