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Community Capital: Local Investment Clubs: panel and mixer – Investing in our Local Economy

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Community Capital: Local Investment Clubs: panel and mixer – Investing in our Local Economy

Time: November 20, 2013 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Bainbridge Graduate Institute / HUB 4th floor
Street: 220 2nd Ave S
City/Town: Seattle, WA 98104
Website or Map: https://maps.google.com/maps?…
Event Type: panel
Organized By: Seattle Good Business Network (BALLE)
Latest Activity: Nov 14, 2013

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Event Description

Sustainable NE Seattle and our Local Economy / Local Currency's  Investing Network

(http://sustainableneseattle.ning.com/group/localeconomylocalcurrency)

is a Community Partner of Community Capital: Seattle.

We would like to invite you to join us for a locally sourced happy hour, and take a deep dive into how local investment clubs and networks are working in our region to move money into our local economy.

 ..will commence with a panel discussion with local experts moderated by Tim Crosby of Slow Money Northwest:

  • Michelle Sandoval, Pt Townsend LION (Local Investing Opportunities Network -- note that LION is not technically an investment club)
  • Crystie Kisler, Finnriver Farm & Cidery (business recipient of LION investment)
  • Renata Kowalczyk, Whatcom Investing Network (and Bellingham's newest port commissioner?! Votes still being counted . . . )
  • Ammen Jordan, Seattle Impact Investing Group

With Finnriver cider, Treveri sparkling wine, and snacks from Central Co-op.

Ticket options:

(Sustainable NE Seattle members receive a discount code for 25% off – please contact John suejohnsusne@earthlink.net for the code at least 24hrs ahead)

$20 for a ticket to parts 1 and 2 of the investment club events. Tickets to this panel include admission to "Part 1" on the morning of November 12th, an overview of how models that were pioneered in the Pacific Northwest are being used to strengthen economies across the country, followed by a discussion over coffee and pastries from Poverty Bay Coffee.

More info about the series at seattlenetwork.org/commcap.

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