In a world that is speeding up and heating up, losing its soil and its sense of common purpose, what makes more sense than taking a small amount of money and putting it to work where we live, in things that we understand—starting with food?
The Slow Money National Gathering on October 12th-14th at Fort Mason is part venture fair, part farm-to-table celebration, part forum on the future of the economy with 100 speakers scheduled plus sessions—both practical and inspiring—on topics ranging from farmland preservation to investment clubs. Each day includes music, films, local foods vendors, and networking between potential investors and small businesses like Berkeley’s Gather Restaurant, which was built with Slow Money capital.
Register online by October 3rd and get a 15% tablehopper discount off the regular $595 rate for individuals and startups. Note: there are no other registration discounts available to the general public as generous as this tablehopper offer.