Join us for a week of activities for
entrepreneurs, innovators, advocates,
small business owners,and change makers
who believe in the power of doing GOOD and doing well.
We share the goal of leveraging the relationship between people, planet and profit, and we are working together to make our communities more prosperous and more sustainable. We believe that a community full of independently owned business means a healthy local economy and a brighter future for our planet. WEEK PASSES ARE AVAILABLE.
For questions contact Stacey Price at Stacey@thinklocalfirstdc.com.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in sponsorship information
A Mini-Showcase of Local, Sustainable Food Makers
Wednesday, May 7
Dacha Beer Garden (1600 7th St. NW, at Q St.)
$15 for non-members/guests ($10 for DCNI members/LOCALISTS with code)
Join TLF and DC Net Impact for an opportunity to enjoy samples, network, and learn more about local food purveyors with an eye toward sustainable, locally sourced ingredients, and innovative business organizations.
Discounts on beer provided by Dacha. Sample products from and network with: Amore Gelato | Udderly Nuts Almondmilk | Zenful Bites | Whisked | 2Armadillos Crispy Roasted Chickpeas | Sweet Farm Sauerkraut | Skyland Foods
DO GOOD SALON
DO GOOD Salon: Passion, Production & Purpose
Thursday, May 8
Shaw's Tavern 520 Florida Avenue NW
6 - 9 p.m.
$35 (Includes Appetizers, Wine and Beer)
As a kick-off for our DO GOOD SUMMIT, please join us for a Happy Hour and Unplugged discussion. Hear from three business leaders about business models for generating social and economic value in communities ranging from the legalities, strategies, structures, to lessons learned and why this is the platform for the future.
DO GOOD SUMMIT
Friday, May 9
Wonderbread Building, 641 S Street
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Reception following at WE WORK)
Do Good Summit is a one-day, intensive, interactive conference for entrepreneurs, innovators, small business owners, advocates, and change makers who believe in the power of doing good AND doing well. Workshops, panels and speakers will teach entrepreneurs how to run successful businesses with streamlined, innovative operations while maintaininga positive social and environmental impact.
Attendees will hear from inspiring local, regional and national speakers through a mix of traditional and innovative conference platforms, hands-on breakout sessions, and a wide array of networking opportunities designed to grow their business.
- Gina Schaefer-A Few Cool Hardware Stores
- Mark Brand- Sav-On Meats
- Mary Walder - Mary’s Gone Crackers
- Cheryl Lofton- Lofton Customer Tailoring
- Cheryl Cambell- GreenEileen, Eileen Fisher
- Jon Wye – Jon Wye.com
Attendees will experience a mix of traditional and innovative conference platforms, hands-on breakout sessions, inspiring local, regional and national speakers and a wide array of networking opportunities designed to grow their business.
Do Good Summit participants will:
- Join a diverse network of like-minded people through Think Local First DC and get access to year-round events and opportunities;
- Develop skills relevant to starting, owning, and growing a small business;
- Learn about trends and share best practices in DC and more broadly, and how you can benefit from the localist movement.
Think Local First member tickets are $99, and non-members $150 (includes a membership 1.0) and students $50. Group rates can be negotiated by contacting Stacey@thinklocalfirstdc.com.
Day-of expo spots are available - contact email@example.com for more information.
Agenda coming soon at www.dogoodsummit.com
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