New Funding Sources for Food-Related Businesses: Third Edition

April 26, 2017 - Author: Rich Pirog, Anel Guel, Abby Harper, Emily Kim, Taylor Wimberg, Rachel Kelly, Nick McCann

The third edition of this directory provides an overview of various financing sources available to food-related businesses in Michigan and across the United States. The guide contains nearly 60 resources including crowdfunding platforms, start-up accelerator funds, state and federal programs, and other miscellaneous funding opportunities.


This directory is authored by:

  • Rich Pirog, Director, Center for Regional Food Systems, Michigan State University (all editions)
  • Anel Guel, Graduate Student, Department of Community Sustainability, Michigan State University (1st edition)
  • Abby Harper, Specialist, Center for Regional Food Systems Michigan State University (1st edition)
  • Emily Kim, Undergraduate Student, Department of Community Sustainability, Michigan State University (1st edition)
  • Taylor Wimberg, Graduate Student, Department of Community Sustainability, Michigan State University (2nd edition)
  • Rachel Kelly, Research Assistant, Center for Regional Food Systems, Michigan State University (3rd edition)
  • Nick McCann, Specialist, Center for Regional Foods Systems, Michigan State University (3rd edition)

New Funding Sources for Food-Related Businesses: Third Edition

 


Related Topic Areas

Food Innovation Districts, Michigan Good Food Charter, Michigan Good Food Fund, Michigan Good Food Charter Shared Measurement Project, Michigan Food Hub Learning and Innovation Network, Financing Farming in the U.S.


Authors

Rachel Kelly

Rachel Kelly
(517) 432-4705
kellyra2@msu.edu

Rich Pirog

Rich Pirog
517-353-0694
rspirog@msu.edu


For more information visit:

Center for Regional Food Systems

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