local: slow food & slow money

slow money austin We are proud to announce our partnership with Slow Money Austin. Inspired by the national Slow Food and Slow Money movements, Slow Money Austin was formed to promote capital opportunities for local, organic and sustainable food enterprises throughout Central Texas.

Consider attending their upcoming events to learn more about Slow Money and to make a sustainable regional food system a reality! Seats are limited.


April 21st, 12:30PM-5:00PM
Austin City Hall, 301 W 2nd St

Slow Money Austin is bringing a conversation about financing our regional food system to the steps of City Hall with an educational conference featuring leaders of this emerging industry. Local, organic and artisan-crafted food and drink are cherished assets among communities throughout the nation. Beyond the health and environmental benefits of local food production, such resources, if properly cultivated, can directly power local and regional economies. Calling for a new form of venture capital, this special event promises to redefine the value and worth of a healthy local food system, and to examine the role risk capital can play in fueling growth of such a vital market.

The showcase will be followed by a networking happy hour and all attendees will receive 2 drink tickets.

Read more about this important event and register here


April 22nd, 6:00PM
Barr Mansion, 10463 Sprinkle Rd

The following evening, on Earth Day, April 22, the Slow Money Austin Showcase Dinner will be held at the critically acclaimed Barr Mansion, known for its historic setting and commitment to local organic cuisine and culture. This special dinner program will combine a delectable exploration of the diverse, sustainably grown riches Central Texas has to offer with a continued conversation about funding growth in our regional food system.

The program from the 21st will continue with a special keynote address about local food opportunities. You will hear from entrepreneurs who are currently raising funds to expand operations and get to ask them questions about their efforts and challenges.

No other culinary artisans prove as active or talented advocates of the Slow Food movement than Jesse Griffiths and Tamara Mayfield, whose acclaimed Dai Due Supper Club marries local food awareness with award-winning social and culinary experiences.

Read more about this important event and register here

For more information on the Slow Money Austin movement, please see – www.slowmoneyaustin.org

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