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Fair Food Network (FFN) and the Fair Food Fund – Northeast are helping to build…
Fair Food Network (FFN) and the Fair Food Fund – Northeast are helping to build a more just and sustainable food system by investing in local and regional food processors, distributors, marketers, information technology providers, and other food system enterprises in the Northeastern United States. We are now excited to announce the Fair Food Business Boot Camp, a three-day intensive program for emerging, high-potential food system enterprises in the Northeast. The program will be hosted by Babson College’s Food Sol in Wellesley, MA from December 2nd – December 4th, 2013 and will be delivered by Professor Jay Friedlander – Chair of College of the Atlantic’s Sustainable Business Program, founder of the Hatchery business incubator, and former Chief Operating Officer of a natural and organic restaurant group. FFN will cover the cost of all program fees, as well as room and board for Boot Camp participants.
You're invited to Fair Food Business Boot Camp
How to Apply (Deadline: Oct. 18th) Eligible entrepreneurs may download the Fair Food Business Boot Camp Application.Or, find a PDF version here:www.fairfoodnetwork.org/what-we-do/improving-healthy-food-access/fair-food-fund-northeast/products-services