Slow Money is a movement sparked by Woody Tasch with the publication of the book “Inquiries into the nature of Slow Money – investing as if food, farm and fertility mattered”. It starts with the realization that our financial system and our food system are fundamentally broken and that we can fix them from the ground up by investing in real places, in real enterprises close to home starting with food. The Slow Money Northern California group is one of the 20+ groups that self-organized around the Slow Money principles.
The program will feature a live address by Woody Tasch, brief presentations by two local entrepreneurs that received funding through Slow Money and a panel discussion between them and two of their Slow Money investors. We will also feature an overview of the many activities the group has been involved in the last four years to support a healthy food system in the Bay Area. The event will be followed by an opportunity for the audience to network.
Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Impact Hub Oakland
2323 Broadway, Oakland CA
Impact Hub Members: $5
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