Slow Money Conference Offers Early Registration Discount

Eat Local, Think Global: The Fourth Slow Money National Gathering will convene April 29 and 30, 2013, in Boulder, Colo., with an eat local movement star-studded speakers lineup.

| December 17, 2012

Slow Money National Gathering

The first 100 people to register by Dec. 31, 2012 will receive an early bird discount price.

Slow Money, Boulder, Colo.

The following press release was provided on Dec. 6, 2012, bySlow Money.

We are pleased to open early bird registration for the Fourth Slow Money National Gathering in Boulder, Colo., April 29 through 30, 2013. We are underwriting a limited number of discount tickets for the first folks to sign up this year.

Our national gathering brings together entrepreneurs, investors, thought leaders and just plain regular folks who want to know where their food comes from and where their money goes – all working together to bring money back down to earth.

Over the past two and half years, more than $21 million has been invested in 180 small food enterprises, and 17 local chapters (including one in France) have been formed. In six communities, Slow Money investment clubs have begun creating new venues for scores of individual investors to collaborate with one another in providing capital to local food enterprises.

Slow Money's national gathering plays a critical role in this process, bringing folks together to cross-pollinate across regions, deepen our shared vision and otherwise impel forward the work that connects us. One of the highlights of these gatherings is the Entrepreneur Showcase, featuring funding presentations from dozens of leading food entrepreneurs from around the country. The 4th National Gathering is limited to 850 attendees.

Boulder is the home of Slow Money's national office, as well as many organic food companies. We're meeting downtown, enjoying the ambiance of the Boulder Theater, Rembrandt Yard, the Boulderado Hotel and Boulder's fine restaurants, many of which are committed to local and organic sourcing. The first 100 tickets sold by December 31 are offered at a discount.

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