Friday Feb 10, 2017

"Turning Passion into Profit"

Margo Engberg

Founder/CEO Pinkabella Cupcakes and P. B. Franchising

Scribe: Traci Tenhulzen Introduced by: Bob Holert

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Margo spend 20 years out of college cleaning for executives and residential.  She loved her cleaning service but realized that God would take her into a new, wonderful direction.  Her husband and Margo have 4 adopted children and shared her precious stories about how they came into their lives.

All 4 children work in the company.

Margo started to make cupcakes for children that may not have had a birthday cake or celebration.   Then she started to make cupcakes for children that could not have a birthday cake.  She was having more requests for cupcakes for children in need.  2009, her business was born.  On opening day 2000 cupcakes were sold.

Small business is hard but when you have a passion the turns into a reality, you are a success!

Pinkabella Cupcakes – Turning passion into profit.  Now 5 stores including our own Bellevue Square and Redmond Town Center!

Let Them Eat Cake! Margo brought in some samples…yum!
Picture of Paul Osborn holding a cupcake
Paul Osborn thanked Margo for supporting the Redmond zombies 🙂




About the Speaker

Margo Engberg is the Founder and CEO of Pinkabella Cupcakes and P.B. Franchising. After 20 years of running a successful house cleaning business, she started baking cupcakes for children who had never had a birthday party. This grew to stores, franchises, and catering for large companies. She has donated more than half a million cupcakes to local charities. She was selected as Alumna of the Year for Seattle Pacific University, her alma mater, in 2013.