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GOOD and Case Foundation Are Co-hosting a Reception at SoCap '08

From October 13-15, hundreds of leading social entrepreneurs and investors from around the world will gather in San Francisco at the debut SoCap Conference. The three days of panels, discussions, and elbow-rubbing will focus on ways to expand the "social capital ecosystem" and direct cash to worthy social..

From October 13-15, hundreds of leading social entrepreneurs and investors from around the world will gather in San Francisco at the debut SoCap Conference. The three days of panels, discussions, and elbow-rubbing will focus on ways to expand the "social capital ecosystem" and direct cash to worthy social causes. We think this is pretty cool.Visit http://www.socialcapitalmarkets.net/register.php and enter "GD15" for a 15% discount on conference passes.On Tuesday, October 14, GOOD and Case Foundation are co-hosting a reception for conference attendees. DJ Manny of Beat Dynasties will be on turntables and we'll be sampling delicious, ecologically responsible cocktails courtesy of VeeV Açaí Spirit, Parducci Wines, SoBe Life Water and food provided by Alter Eco.


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