slow money 101 - chatham, ny
Slow Money 101, What You Need To Know When Looking For Investors
Columbia Lnd Conservancy
49 Main St.
Chatham, NY 12037
6-8pm, Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Admission: $25, Space is limited, please RSVP
Contact: FarmAssist Productions, Gianni Ortiz, [email protected], 518.392.8545
This workshop is co-sponsored by the Columbia Land Conservancy.
Farmers and small food producers are increasingly savvy about marketing their own products and very often need investors to help move their business to the next level. John's experience in this niche is exceptional and he will introduce the basic concepts necessary when approaching potential funders. All class attendees will receive a free copy of the Slow Money Primer, authored by John.
John Friedman is an attorney specializing in corporate development for entrepreneurial and emerging businesses in the sustainable agriculture and technology industries. He counsels clients refining their business plans, creating financial models, raising outside capital, developing and maintaining distribution channels, and seeing to their other transactional, regulatory and litigation needs. He is a member of the American Agricultural Law Association, Slow Food, and the Slow Money Alliance, among many other organizational affiliations.