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Slow Food CNY

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Short presentation outlining the challenges and potential opportunities for a newly formed local food chapter, operating under the international umbrella of Slow Food.

Short presentation outlining the challenges and potential opportunities for a newly formed local food chapter, operating under the international umbrella of Slow Food.


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  • 1. By: Adam Maurer M.P.S Candidate Environmental Studies SUNY ESF EST 696: Entrepreneurship, Not-for-Profits and Climate Change November 11, 2010 Slow Food CNY: The Impacts of Climate Change
  • 2. Overview
    • International non-profit
    • Founded in 1989
    • Headquarters in Bra, Italy
    • Eco-gastronomical member supported org.
    • Grassroots response to a McDonald’s opening in Rome, Italy (anti-globalization, industrial food, fast food, fast life, etc.)
  • 3. Mission
    • Good- enjoying delicious food created with care from healthy flora and fauna
    • Clean- healthy for planet and people
    • Fair- food is a universal right. Good and clean should be accessible to all.
  • 4. Organizational Hierarchy
  • 5. CNY Operations
    • Do not own or rent space
    • Hold monthly board meetings (donated space)
    • Do not own or rent vehicles (personal vehicles for events)
    • Waste includes; food waste, paper, utensils, etc
    • Hold events requiring mass transportation
  • 6. Challenges
    • Not surprisingly,
    • Human Capital
    • $$$
  • 7. Challenges cont.
  • 8. Opportunities/Recommendations
    • Climate Change
    • Marketing
      • Limit advertising costs
      • Increase membership and name recognition
      • Creative ways to reach community
    • Alternative revenue sources
    • Set expectations of Board Members
    • Collaboration and resource sharing
  • 9. Thank You! Any Questions??? Logo is a registered trademark of Slow Food International

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