Since money it is such an easy thing to measure, it tends to be the first and only yardstick we use when it comes to assessing our place in the world. Because relatively meaningless and abstract financial capital is what we focus on, it’s easy to lose sight of the real natural, social, human and spiritual capitals which sustain us.
At this conference we are going to take a crack at fusing money and meaning together and dig into what Slow Money really means.
We know that Slow Money can catalyze the flow of capital to local food enterprises and organic farms, connecting investors to the places where they live and “bringing money back down to earth.”
Let’s find out how. We’ll delve into alternative finance, social enterprise, patient capital, and the role money plays in our lives.
Join us in Pittsboro for a whirlwind of insights into our relationship with money and learn how we might better deploy it to feed, fuel, and finance ourselves.
We’ll have fabulous keynotes from author and restauranteur Judy Wicks, social justice activitist and founder of the Fund for Democratic Communities, Ed Whitfield and Slow Money International founder, Woody Tasch.
Enjoy festivities, storytelling and music!
Deliciously sourced local meals are provided.
We are now accepting Sponsors!
Scholarships, volunteer opportunities and gift tickets are also available.
Don’t miss this first-ever Slow Money Southeast Regional Gathering right here in the Triangle!
Registration, speaker bios, agenda, descriptions, sponsorship and scholarship information are available at the Money and Meaning Summit website.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org