Sweetgreen Founders are Launching New Fast Food Model

Sweetgreen is a legacy restaurant that started from scratch. The salad chain backed by renowned investors like Danny Meyer, Steve Case, and Daniel Boulud satisfies the current food market. They can deliver an organic, fresh, and local recipe for diners in their 40 locations.

Sweetgreen Foundation

Nathaniel Ru, the CEO, reveals their plans of creating a unique brand to serve people with better food. Ru leads by example, and traditional chains should learn the traits used by the company CEO.

The three entrepreneurs are revising management strategies to connect more to customersusin the modern gadgets like internet. Sweetgreen does not have main headquarters. They decentralize headcount to control their activities and have a direct connection to clients and suppliers.

Ru, Neman, and Jemmet were classmates at Georgetown University while taking an entrepreneurship course. The co-founders were also children of businesspersons and first-generation immigrants.

They established their first cafeteria in August 2017 immediately after graduating from college to solve the demand for healthy eateries in Georgetown.

Nathaniel Ru Advice

Nathaniel Ru advised the upcoming investors to acquire and advance their knowledge through reading more books.

He encouraged developers to hire assistants and professionals to handle activities that require expertise touch. Ru looks up to Kelvin Plank as his role model due to the positive contribution Plank added to Armour.

About Nathaniel Ru

Nathaniel Ru is one of the Sweetgreen developers. He has built his name in the food and investment industries with his experience, knowledge, and passion. Ru graduate from the Georgetown University with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance.

In 2007, Nathaniel Ru collaborated with two Georgetown graduates, Steve Case, and Daniel Boulud and started Sweetgreen eatery. The café has 27 outlets in six regions and have plans to expand their market shares to the west coast early 2015.

The idea of putting up a dining option was due to their belief that the surrounding persons required a healthy, delicious, and eco-friendly food.

Nathaniel Ru worked on changing the belief of the local community, as they believed in meals that fit the budget, taste, values, and imagination of the society. In 2010, Ru and his associates opened the Sweetlife, which is the largest food and music festival in the area.

More than 20,000 persons including the high profile artists attend the event. Sweetlife embraces well-being, good living, health, and sustainability to match with their restaurants. The party leaves many demanding for more events thanks to Nathaniel Ru and his team for authorizing the event.

Learn more about Nathaniel Ru:

http://fortune.com/2016/02/18/sweetgreen-entrepreneurs/
https://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/potmsearch/detail/submission/6435405/Nathaniel_Ru