What You Need To Know When Looking For Investors A primer for Slow Money businesses and farms When: Thursday June 23rd 6:00pm – 9:00pm Where: The Democracy Center 45 Mount Auburn St. Cambridge, MA 02138 $25 – You can pay at the door, but please RSVP for this event: firstname.lastname@example.org The main event - a presentation by John Friedman beginning at 6:30pm: Farmers and small food producers are increasingly savvy about marketing their own products and very often need investors to help move their business to the next level. John's experience in this niche is exceptional and he will introduce the basic concepts necessary when approaching potential funders. And, all class attendees will receive a free copy of the Slow Money Primer, authored by John Friedman Come join us to learn more about garnering investment for your farm or food-related business. You’ll have time to network with friends and meet new people while enjoying snacks from Basil Tree Catering (a local, sustainable business). John Friedman is an attorney specializing in corporate development for entrepreneurial and emerging businesses in the sustainable agriculture and technology industries. He counsels clients refining their business plans, creating financial models, raising outside capital, developing and maintaining distribution channels, and seeing to their other transactional, regulatory and litigation needs. He is a member of the American Agricultural Law Association, Slow Food, and the Slow Money Alliance, among many other organizational affiliations.