Last year I spoke on the panel “Crowdfunding for Impact” at SOCAP, the Social Capital Markets Conference. The panel focused on platforms looking at how investment capital becomes social capital – a fitting topic for a conference that bills itself “at the intersection of money and meaning.”
That intersection drives everything we do at Small Change. Which is why I’m so eager and excited to participate in SOCAP17 this October in San Francisco. SOCAP presents an opportunity to deepen the discussion about how crowdfunding can create vibrant communities.
You can help further the conversation around catalyzing impactful – and equitable – neighborhood development. Vote for the Small Change panel proposal, “Using Real Estate Crowdfunding to Build Better Neighborhood Projects,” to be included in this year’s conference. We’ll be speaking about how crowdfunding platforms like Small Change provide accessible investment tools for people to directly participate in building better cities.
Visit the SOCAP site now for more information and vote for the panel! You can vote one time daily before voting closes on June 29.