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Slow Money Conference October 13-14

“The gathering was life changing!” – Paul Tryba, The Farm, Longbeach, CA

“We need Slow Money, fast.– Mardi Mellon, Union of Concerned Scientists

“One of the Top 5 Trends in Finance for 2011.” – Entrepreneur.com Slow Money national gatherings are quickly emerging as a significant new venue for field building, investing and social change. More than 1000 people from 34 states and several foreign countries attended our first two national gatherings, and more than $4.25 million has been invested in 16 of the presenting small food enterprises. Since last year’s event at Shelburne Farms, Vermont, 11 local Slow Money chapters have begun investing around the country.

Register now for the 3rd National Gathering, October 13-14 in San Francisco!

JOIN US at historic Ft. Mason for what promises to be a special few days on San Francisco Bay – from thought leadership to entrepreneurship, from global vision to local food and music, from deal-doing to relationship building. Be a part of this emerging community that is working together to fix our economy from the ground up… starting with food.

Speakers include (click to read their bio):

 Register soon, the conference starts next week!


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