About the Film
Over the past two decades, a new breed of mission-driven business has risen, led by the next generation of social entrepreneurs. Their companies follow a philosophy known as the “Triple Bottom Line,” which measures success socially, environmentally, and economically.
A vision exists at the core of these enterprises to create solutions through their supply chains, branding, and products. Whether they’re fighting poverty through Fair Trade job creation, protecting biodiversity and rainforests, or regenerating topsoil through organic and sustainable agriculture, these businesses offer an opportunity for consumers to cast a vote through their purchase decisions for the type of future they support. “Seeding Change” will educate consumers on how they can help save the world one purchase at a time.
The film will be followed by a panel discussion with local social entrepreneurs including Moudi Sbeity, Laziz Kitchen, Heleena Sideris, Park City Lodging, Katie Holyfield, Lucky Ones Coffee and Sara Sargent, Co-Owner and Gin Distiller at Alpine Distilling and owner of Mountain Flower Apparel. Lynn Ware Peek, co-host of KPCW’s Cool Science Radio will moderate. Presented in partnership with Recycle Utah in celebration of Earth Day.
Admission is FREE for this film thanks to grant support, but registration is required due to capacity restrictions.
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