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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Upcoming presentation at FamilyFarmed Expo, March 17: 'Building Urban Social Enterprises.'
I am honored to be joining a panel presentation at the next FamilyFarmed Expo in Chicago on March 17.
I'll be making a presentation under the heading, 'Building Urban Social Enterprises'.
My focus will be on exploring new urban/rural partnerships built around small scale, collaborative food processing networks.
The FamilyFarmed Expo is called 'The Midwest's Premier Good Food Event'. I'm grateful for the invitation and look forward to discussing our emerging 3-facility food processing and distribution alliance in South and Southwest Wisconsin.
Our panel is on Thursday, March 17 which "..features our world-class 'Financing Farm to Fork' conference supporting the local food movement by encouraging investment in farm and food production, processing, and distribution businesses."
"Confirmed speakers include Gary Hirshberg, Founder and CEO of Stonyfield Farm, Will Allen, Farmer and CEO of Growing Power, Michael Bashaw, Midwest President Whole Foods Market, Open Table Founder Chuck Templeton, Financier Andy Whitman, University of Chicago's Linda Darragh, FamilyFarmed.org President Jim Slama, Fresh Taste Director Karen Lehman, and many more."
The FamilyFarmed Expo is Co-sponsored by the Chicago Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.
Please join us if you can. Links below.
Thanks for the invitation to present at this year's FamilyFarmed Expo.
Looks like a great opportunity to learn new stories and tell a few.
FamilyFarmed Expo home page.
Financing Farm To Fork Conference, Thursday March 17 at the FamilyFarmed Expo.
Chicago Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.
The University of Chicago Alumni Association was a 20-plus year, much beloved customer (and friend!) of our first business, Banner Graphics. Through that time the alumni offices were in the Robie House, a beautiful, landmark Frank Lloyd Wright designed home, now part of the campus.
Posted by Rick Terrien at 8:15 PM
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