Thank you to those who attended the inaugural virtual impact coffee club, for those who missed it, we welcome you to watch the recording above. Grab your coffee and settle in for a very informative and insightful look into New Zealand food systems.
Feedback is really helpful for the entrepreneur, likewise any feedback regarding the event is also much appreciated. If you have any input for Isabel or Enterprise Angels please email us here.
Given the uncertainty around the global situation, we are thinking a lot about our food systems in New Zealand and beyond. Are they stable? Resilient? Environmentally harmful or low-impact? Are they healthy? Building on these questions, we featured an entrepreneur reinventing the New Zealand food system: Isabel Pasch, founder of Bread and Butter Bakery and Cafe. A former microbiologist and science journalist, few in New Zealand are more knowledgeable about our food system and its impact on human and environmental health than Pasch. Using organic principles, she has built a successful company and a social movement – and is now looking to expand.
Meet Dave Allison (Impact Enterprise Fund), Kristen Joiner (Enterprise Angels and Purpose Capital), Jamie Newth (Soul Capital), Nina Le Lievre (Enterprise Angels) and Jon Sandbrook (WNT Ventures) your hosts and panellists sharing their views on Impact Investing.
Bring your coffee and join us from the comfort of your own home – or office.
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