Slow Money Pioneer Valley will be hosting their annual Entrepreneur Showcase on October 20th at 5pm at the Smith College Conference Center and is accepting applications for local farm and food entrepreneurs who are looking for investors for their local food businesses. Applications are due this Thursday, the 15th!
Slow Money Pioneer Valley organizes an Entrepreneur Showcase each year to bring Main Street investors together with local farm and food businesses interested in their support. For entrepreneurs, the Showcase is an opportunity to forge relationships that will be useful as their businesses grow and need support, including financing.
If you are interested in presenting at the Showcase, applications are due this Thursday, September 15th. Click here for an application. Information about what to expect from the event is available here.
Slow Money Pioneer Valley is a network that aims to inform, inspire and connect individuals, businesses, philanthropists, and investors interested in building a sustainable local and regional food system and to catalyze new investment opportunities in the people, businesses and communities that contribute to a sustainable food economy. Slow Money Pioneer Valley is organized through the PVGrows Investment Fund, PVGrows Network, and the Franklin County CDC -- organizations working to strengthen the local food system.
Investors and Food System Supporters: Save the date! Registration will be opening soon!
Questions: email Rebecca Busansky
PVGrows Fund Coordinator
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