October Meeting
Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 12:12PM
Andrew Rea

Slow Money SoCal

Guest Speaker: Kyle Scrimgeour, Core Capital

Topic: Slow Money SoCal

Date & TIme: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 @ 6:30 pm

Description: Real sustainable change is getting rooted in Socal folks. And its at the heart of where we all know real change happens. Slow Money SoCal is about local investment opportunities that benefit southern California communities and southern California's local food systems. Its an amazing resource base for investors to find local opportunities to invest in, that specifically effect food system businesses. This ranges from farming to restaurant services and distribution to retail food sells and beyond. Investors coming together with entrepreneurs to cause real change.

So all you food industry folk, all you entrepreneurs and all you investors wanting to create life with your abundance, come out to our October edu-mixer and be inspired

Jenny Ross, 118 Degrees118 Degrees

New News!

SBLC has a new home at the Solo Building, sponsored by Chef Jenny Ross of 118 Degrees. Our appetizers will come straight from the 118 Degrees kitchens for your snacking enjoyment with a glass of wine, beer or non-alcoholic beverages. The Solo building is on Baker, just a block and a half west of The Camp.

Come meet others interested in going green at SBLC's monthly meeting. Open to anyone interested in going green!

Share with business owners, executives, and other regional leaders what you do that is eco-friendly. Even if you do not do anything "Green" and just want to learn; you are welcome to join us.

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Kyle Scrimgeour

Photo of Kyle ScrimgeourKyle Scrimgeour

Kyle has been engaged in making money and making the world a better place for his kid’s, their kid’s, and their kid’s kids, since he was taught by his parents at an early age what it means to be a responsible citizen of our planet. Mr. Scrimgeour is the principal and managing member of Core Capital Management, LLC, a sustainable and responsible investment and wealth management firm, as well as a Managing Member of the Environmental Asset Fund, LLC. He has converted Core to a certified B corp and belongs to 1% for the Planet.

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