(Part Three of Three) Kyle Scrimgeour, Judge for the SocEnt Challenge, Shares His Thoughts on the Experience

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Slow Money SoCal was thrilled to sponsor the Food Track for the SocEnt Challenge 2016. A gentle and supportive ‘shark tank’ for social enterprise, the Challenge offered several months of customized technical assistance and culminated in a Symposium at the Long Beach Petroleum Club in early May. The Symposium was attended by potential investors, thought […]

COMPRA was one of the Finalists for the SocEnt Challenge (Part Two of Three)

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Slow Money SoCal is thrilled to be sponsoring the Food Track for the SocEnt Challenge 2016. A gentle and supportive ‘shark tank’ for social enterprise, the Challenge offers several months of customized technical assistance, culminating in a Symposium in May attended by potential investors. The due diligence process and prize money is designed to catalyze additional investments from […]

Betsy Densmore Answers Questions on the Upcoming SocEnt Challenge (Part One of Three)

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Slow Money SoCal is thrilled to be sponsoring the Food Track for the SocEnt Challenge 2016. A gentle and supportive ‘shark tank’ for social enterprise, the Challenge offers several months of customized technical assistance, culminating in a Showcase in May attended by potential investors.   The due diligence process and prize money is designed to catalyze […]

2015 Year End Summary

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Happy 2016!  As we move forward to embrace a new year, we thought we’d take a moment and look back at the work we’ve done in 2015. Southern California is a wonderfully diverse and dynamic place. With a population around 29 million people, pressing water shortages, and a culture that can inspire the world, the […]