Need dough to knead dough? Food entrepreneurs face persistent challenges accessing appropriate and adequate capital.
Elizabeth Ü (http://www.financeforfood.com/book/?utm_source=SlowMoneyNYC&utm_medium=invitation&utm_campaign=SlowMoneyNYC) will present Finance for Food Workshop, outlining capital options available for sustainable food businesses — including pros, cons, criteria, and sources. Farmers, makers, investors and technologists welcome! This event is graciously hosted by The Moderns.
Elizabeth Ü is author of the soon-to-be-released: Raising Dough: The Complete Guide to Financing a Socially Responsible Food Business (http://www.financeforfood.com/?utm_source=SlowMoneyNYC&utm_medium=invitation&utm_campaign=SlowMoneyNYC). Ms. Ü was frustrated that no good resource existed for food entrepreneurs, so she decided to write one. Be among the first to Order the book (http://www.financeforfood.com/?utm_source=SlowMoneyNYC&utm_medium=invitation&utm_campaign=SlowMoneyNYC)!
Believe it or not, there are more types of capital than ever before to support food businesses... but they can be challenging to access and it’s hard to tell which type will be the best for each business.
In simple terms, Elizabeth Ü provides valuable insights into the world of finance, including descriptions of various capital options available (including traditional debt and equity, government grant and loan programs, cutting-edge social finance options such as crowdfunding, and community-based alternatives). She will suggest guidelines for choosing capital options are most appropriate given size, stage, entity type, growth plans, mission, and values of an enterprise.
This interactive session will afford participants at least an hour opportunity to ask questions at the end of the presentation.
Tickets = $15.00 in advance gives you a 30% discount on book purchase. Tickets $20 at the door.
Please RSVP ASAP as space is limited! Looking forward to seeing you there. Questions? Contact [masked]. Thanks