Welcome to part 5 of 5!
Last Wednesday I spent the evening being rather impressed with a number of social enterprise groups at the Social Innovation Hub, run by UBC and Coast Capital Savings Credit Union.
In a world where it’s hard to pin down a non-cynical definition of “social enterprise,” Wednesday night was refreshingly simple. Each enterprise was deeply personable. Each had their story, a compelling narrative that resonated with the audience. Each knows that in the 21st century, we are increasingly more aware of the values inherent in our consumption. We gravitate towards those who share our values and away from those incapable of expressing values.
This week, I’m going to share with you the 5 groups who presented last week. I love what each of them is doing. And you likely will too!
Fifth up on Wednesday night was…
What: Dry Goods For Fresh People. We bring a fresh approach to dry goods. All Canadian.
Contact/Mailing List: https://www.eatgrain.ca/pages/contact
Promo: Grain sources, sells and mills 100 per cent Canadian grains and beans, aiming to reconnect customers with the sources of their dry goods. GRAIN rejects conventional practices of processing, storage and distribution.
- Because family farms matter and it’s hard for us to individually get direct connection to those making our staples.
- We can’t raise the bar on improving the ingredients in our life without knowing more about sourcing, processing, storage and distribution.
- Because learning the stories of individual farmers expands our interconnected narratives.
And for context, below are my tweets and retweets from the night. Enjoy!
I’m at ebStrategy.org.