Praise for SECFC13
"Devin put on an amazing conference! Informative speakers…. genuine authentic people. .. great connections…. awesome food and snacks.. do whatever it takes to come next year. That is the best tip I ca give you. See you there." ~Wendy Robbins, CEO of RedCapes
"It was great to have so many bright and like minded people in one place. Intriguing conversations and presentations." ~Jeremy Lund, Impact Investor and Philanthropist
"The conference was filled with innovators and change makers! Definitely something that everyone should attend and become a part of." ~CEO of ReturnonChange
"The SECFC13 was a wonderful experience. I am so glad I had the opportunity to participate, and I can’t wait for next year! Thank you, Devin, Richard and team for a first rate event." ~Cheryl Snapp Conner, CEO & Founder of Snapp Conner PR
SECFC14 To Be Held September 26, 2014 At Snowbird, Utah
The second annual Social Enterprise and Crowdfunding Conference will be held at Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort near Salt Lake City, Utah on September 26, 2014.
Our theme for this year will be “Let’s Scale Some Good.”
Speakers will be coming from across the country to discuss social entrepreneurship, impact investing, philanthropy and crowdfunding. This is a can’t-miss event for anyone interested in social good.
Last year’s roster of speakers included Alan Hall of Grow America, Eric Weinberg of Impact Capital Strategies, Dave Boyce of Fundly, Wendy Robbins of RedCapes, Todd Stevens of Renewable Tech Ventures, Cheryl Conner of Snapp Conner PR, Paul Godfrey of Brigham Young University, Jeramy Lund, philanthropist and investor, Fraser Nelson of the Community Foundation of Utah, Richard Swart of UC Berkely and Crowd Cap Advisors and Devin Thorpe of Your Mark On The World.
Who should attend?
- Entrepreneurs and investors, especially those interested in social impact
- Philanthropists, nonprofit leaders, both staff and board members
- Anyone interested in learning more about crowdfunding
- Advisors, service providers and others who support entrepreneurs
- Everyone interested in increasing the social impact of their organization
BYU Ballard Center for Economic Self-Reliance
Carman Lehnhoff Israelson
Return on Change
Utah Valley University