CCTP001: Introduction to the Concept of Community Capital

with Amy Pearl

CCTP001: Introduction to the Concept of Community Capital

with Amy Pearl

Introduction to Community Capital

Hosting a national conference was not her first thought when Amy Pearl sat down to write the equity crowdfunding law for the entire state of Oregon, hell she wasn’t even a lawyer.

But as this particular story goes, that is exactly where she ended up. In this first episode of ComCap The Podcast, host Amy Pearl brings you up to speed with the ComCap movement, how we got here, and where we came from. It has been a long and interesting road, filled with inspiring stories from leaders across the country.

Why learn the history of one leader in one state? Well to set the stage for ComCap17, of course.  This September we will take to the streets of beautiful Monterey, CA to convene national leaders in the growing field of Community Capital. Learn all about why you should be there with us, focused on the national conversation and bringing capital back into your community.

Introduction to Community Capital

Hosting a national conference was not her first thought when Amy Pearl sat down to write the equity crowdfunding law for the entire state of Oregon, hell she wasn’t even a lawyer.

But as this particular story goes, that is exactly where she ended up. In this first episode of ComCap The Podcast, host Amy Pearl brings you up to speed with the ComCap movement, how we got here, and where we came from. It has been a long and interesting road, filled with inspiring stories from leaders across the country.

Why learn the history of one leader in one state? Well to set the stage for ComCap17, of course.  This September we will take to the streets of beautiful Monterey, CA to convene national leaders in the growing field of Community Capital. Learn all about why you should be there with us, focused on the national conversation and bringing capital back into your community.

The Community Capital revolution is unfolding across this country. From small towns to metropolitan city centers, localizing our money to strengthen communities has become a rallying cry for food cart vendors in Detroit, small manufacturers in Oregon, and pub owners in Indiana, to name a few. If you are a community advocate, you’re a community capital advocate. Now is the time to learn more. That’s what this podcast is about. Amy Pearl

Provocateur 

Amy Pearl, Hatch Innovation

Are you in?

Meet us at ComCap17 in Monterey, CA.

Interested in bringing capital back to your community?

Are you in?

Meet us at ComCap17 in Monterey, CA.

Interested in bringing capital back to your community?