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A Slow Money Journey: Eric Becker
August 7, 2017

Slow Money was founded on a core set of principles that differ from the way most investors make decisions. These principles emphasize patient capital and investing in local community – whereas the mainstream typically highlights quarterly earnings and profit maximization. This series of three blogs seeks to better explain why some investors – in this […]

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by Logan Yonavjak Slow Money was founded on a core set of principles that differ from the way most investors make decisions. These principles emphasize patient capital and investing in local community – whereas the mainstream typically highlights quarterly earnings and profit maximization. This series of three blogs seeks to better explain why some investors – […]

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by Brittany Barton On June 12th, Slow Money NYC and Entrepreneur Space partnered to host Good Food Spotlight. Entrepreneur Space was an ideal location for this event as their space is an incredibly supportive environment of food business incubation. One of the companies pitching in the evening’s lineup, Grown in Brooklyn/Barry’s Tempeh, utilize the resources […]

By Patricia Duffy, Slow Money NYC Board On April 3rd, Slow Money NYC teamed up with Hot Bread Kitchen (HBK) to host a standing-room-only Good Food Spotlight event.   HBK’s incubator kitchen was an ideal and inspirational setting to showcase and support the start-up food companies who took the stage.  HBK Incubates currently has 70 […]

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“Everyone is an investor in food.” by Brian Kaminer “Everyone is an investor in food.” That’s the motto of Slow Money NYC, and it has rung true for me from the first time I heard it. As I started learning how interconnected everything is in life, the principles of Slow Money (a national organization that has inspired […]

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Nicole Reed, Communications Manager at Down to Earth Markets, shared a report on their Annual Vendor Meeting. SMNYC Board members Jon Zeltsman, President of Down to Earth Markets, and Claude Arpels were on hand to offer history and perspective on the demand for local food as it relates to impact investing. How Does Your Farm […]

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Tickets on Sale for Food + Enterprise
February 2, 2016

Tickets are on sale now for Food + Enterprise Summit, returning for its fifth year on April 8-9, 2016. We have a secured the perfect venue — 630 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11206 (aka “Pfizer” Building), a hub of innovative food business. Food + Enterprise, is presented annnually by Slow Money NYC aiming to catalyze capital flows to the local food system by […]

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Are you a food, beverage or hospitality small business owner? Are you looking for marketing, packaging, legal, financial or sales and distribution advice? On November 16, 0ur friends at Samuel Adams are partnering with Accion to host a Speed Coaching event in Brooklyn: Brewing the American Dream. The event will kick off with a networking […]

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Taste the very best of New York state food and drink on October 28th! Join Crain’s New York Business and Taste NY for a unique event featuring food and beverage New York businesses. Part trade show, part marketplace, part educational experience, this unique event connects the small business food and beverage community of New York […]

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  We’re partnering with Community Food Funders + Philanthropy NY to host a discussion on impact investing in the food space! Questions we’ll address: What is impact investing, and how can philanthropic organizations participate? Who is already doing food investing in our region, and what types of entities are seeking these funds? Details: October 5th, […]

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