How can food businesses, investors and philanthropy lead the way towards improving the balance of the triple bottom line: profits, human health and environmental sensitivity? At the 2014 Social Enterprise Conference, food experts and entrepreneurs investigated the role of philanthropy to help develop new business models — sensitized to social and environmental impact — which may eventually attract interest of venture capital to scale and to replicate.

The session included: Derek Denckla, Investments and Partnerships Director of the National Young Farmers Coalition; Jennifer Dundas, Founder and Co-Owner of Blue Marble Ice Cream; Peter Hoffman, Chef at Back Forty; Hugh Hogan, Executive Director of North Star Fund & Community Food Fund; and David Rosenberg ’02, CEO and Co-Founder of AeroFarms.

How Can Food Businesses be an Agent for Social and Environmental Change?

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Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
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November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013
Social Enterprise Program
November 16, 2013