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Slow Money Vermont to host 3rd Annual Vermont Entrepreneur Showcase December 6th

60 Lake St
Burlington, VT

Burlington, VT – Vermont working lands entrepreneurs will present their businesses to an audience of investors, service providers, and fellow entrepreneurson December 6, 2017. A plenary panel of entrepreneurs, capital providers, and service providers will explore business owner succession planning and exit strategies, building off of key takeaways from the Farm to Plate Network Gathering. The event will be the third entrepreneur showcase convened by Slow Money Vermont. 

The showcase event will provide an opportunity for entrepreneurs to share their stories and network with investors and service providers to help shape the future of the Vermont working lands economy. The event has an early-bird registration fee of $25 through 11/15/17, and a regular rate of $35. It will run from 5:30-8:00 p.m. at Main Street Landing Performing Arts Centeron the Burlington waterfront. In addition to entrepreneur presentations, the event will include ample time for networking.Light refreshments featuring local products will be provided by Have Your Cake Catering, paid for in part by a donation from The Skinny Pancake. A cash bar will be available.

Space is limited, so advance registration is required.  More information and ticket registration can be found at www.milkmoneyvt.com/slowmoneyvt2017showcase

To stay up to date, follow the Slow Money Vermont Facebook page: www.facebook.com/slowmoneyvermont. Additional inquiries can be made by emailing slowmoneyvt@gmail.com.

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Slow Money Vermont informs, inspires and connects individuals, businesses, philanthropists, and investors interested in building a sustainable local and regional food system. Slow Money Vermont activities catalyze new investment opportunities in the people, businesses and communities that contribute to a sustainable food economy. Slow Money Vermont is a project of the Farm to Plate Network to help reach Vermont’s Farm to Plate food system plan goals to increase investments and financial partnerships in farm and food enterprises. Learn more at: www.facebook.com/slowmoneyvermont.