Feeding Growth: Making Food Business Law & Accounting Sexy

Making Food Business Law & Accounting Sexy

If you run a progressive food business, you’re passionate about cooking, connecting with your community, and making positive change happen. But when it comes to the financial and legal side of business, chances are you’d rather focus on something else. The thing is, if your goal is growth: you can’t. On February 15, join us for Feeding Growth: Making Food Business Law & Accounting Sexy, as industry experts Genevieve Pinto, Vice President at Renewal Funds, and Rick Kohn, Partner at Deloitte, break down some of the complexities progressive entrepreneurs and business owners are commonly faced with. Feeding Growth: Making Food Business Law & Accounting Sexy February 15, 2018, 11:30 am – 12:45 pm Earnest Ice Cream — 1829 Quebec Street, Vancouver Free for alumni, $15 for newcomers Feeding Growth alumni are folks that have completed the full Scale Your Progressive Food Business workshop series Register for your tickets here on Eventbrite


Rick Kohn, Partner, Consumer Product & Retail, Deloitte Canada

Genevieve Pinto, Vice President, Renewal Funds

With extensive experience in social impact and consumer goods, Genevieve and Rick will provide an accessible overview of key legal and financial requirements and answer questions such as:
  • What should I consider when bringing in an equity partner?
  • How do I scale my business for growth while remaining socially responsible?
  • How will a major change, such as a new partner or large capital investment, affect my current financial and legal status?