Vancouver Local Foods

VANCOUVER LOCAL FOODS

Local Foods Event During Dineout Vancouver Week

The Art Party occasionally produces events, such as Local Foods and Networking during Dineout Vancouver Week at World of Walas / DUDOC in Vancouver, an Earth Charter Partner.

We promote events on Facebook, including The Art Party Facebook Group, a social networking community for creatives and changemakers in Metro Vancouver. Arts, cultural and startup news / events / workshops / Meetups are welcomed as long as they meet Facebook community standards.


VANCOUVER LOCAL FOODS

Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 5:30 PM – 9 PM

The Art Party is a social networking community and endorser of Earth Charter®. The Art Party will leverage its +10,000 social media contacts to disseminate the Earth Charter and raise awareness in our local community. The Art Party will collaborate with Earth Charter Partners, Affiliates and with other organizations that have endorsed the Earth Charter in our region. We intend to inspire our members to spread the sustainability vision articulated in the Earth Charter® in Metro Vancouver, such as Vancouver Local Foods and Earth Charter Day Art Show.

The Art Party co-hosted a local food and artisanal vendor event at sustainable design space January 25, 2018 (5:30 pm to 9:00 pm) during Dineout Vancouver Week. Vancouver has been a pioneer of the local food movement, with this subsector of its Green Economy – now a positive economic force in its own right called the “locavore movement”.

Why Vancouver Local Foods Movement?

Eating fresh, locally produced food has always been a way of life in Vancouver, thanks to the bounty flowing from nearby lands and waters. We’re blessed Vancouver is one of the Best Foodie Cities in the world. We love eating good, fresh, organic food!

The event was opened to the public 5:30 pm to 9:00 pm with local food vendors taking place at Dudoc Vancouver in East Vancouver in a 5,000 sq. foot well-restored 1950s warehouse, with large garage doors for easy transfer of food and equipment. It is also home to an urban indoor farm and sustainable design offices, with a large tradeshow area.


LOCAL FOODS AT DINEOUT VANCOUVER WEEK 

Barterfirst +600 local business members: http://barterfirst.com
Enter to win fabulous door prizes from local vendors!

Food Samples + Local Food Vendors + Business Networking + Door Prizes + Cash Bar
Learn about Earth Charter® for a just, sustainable, and peaceful planet

PRINT EVENTBRITE TICKET AND ENTER TO WIN.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/local-food-networking-event-door-prizes-tickets-39805105141

★ $100 Door Prize Barter First Membership 3 Months: http://barterfirst.com
★ $100 Door Prize from Burcu’s Angels: https://www.facebook.com/burcusangels/
★ $50 Door Prize for Business Printing from PostNetBC105: http://store.postnetbc105.ca/
★ $50 Door Prize Select Jewelry from JFG Designs: http://jfgdesigns.ca/
★ $30 Door Prize Golden Brush Art Tickets: https://www.goldenbrushart.com/
★ $50 Door Prize Fresh Prep Food Certificate: http://freshprep.ca
★ $75 Door Prize ALCHEMY pass for Feb 4, 2018: http://lizajlee.com/alchemy/
★ $20 Door Prize Granola Girl (2 Bags and Phone Ring Kickstand): http://thegranolagirl.ca/
★ $25 Door Prize Mucho Burrito (Davie Street): https://muchoburrito.com/mucho-burrito-locations/

Cash ONLY bar for drinks and food – BRING CASH $$$


Premium award-winning local Sea Cider & sommelier: http://seacider.ca/
Eternal Abundance Vegan Grocery & Café: https://eternalabundance.ca/
First Nations Bannock from Friendship Catering of Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society: http://www.vafcs.org/programs/cateringmenus/
SPUD Organic Groceries: https://www.spud.ca/


Venue Sponsor – Dudoc Vancouver: http://dudocvancouver.com

Dudoc Vancouver in East Vancouver 1489 Frances Street, Vancouver, BC. – 5,000 sq. foot well-restored 1950s warehouse, future home to an urban indoor farm and sustnable design offices, with a large tradeshow area.

Dudoc Vancouver & The Art Party are endorsers of Earth Charter®

The idea of the Earth Charter® originated in1987, but was launched in 2010 after a 6-year drafting process. It is a globalmoveent of organizations and individuals that embrace the Earth Charter and use it to guide for the transition towards a more just, sustainable and peaceful world.

Event Insurance – Pacific Place Group: http://pacificplacegroup.com/

MAXIMUM CAPACITY: 199 GUESTS & PARTICIPANTS

Promotions by: The Art Party

Facebook Event: Facebook.com/events/183706152224825/


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Discover Your Customer Avatar

Discover Your Customer Avatar

3 Steps to Your Customer Avatar Workshop

1. Define Your Customer Avatar

Start with a local reach to build your tribe. Learn how to find your tribe so you can talk to real prospects about your offer and more!

2. Meet Your Ideal Prospects Locally

Discover easy and popular mobile tools to find your ideal and qualified prospects in your community to convert them into customers.

3. Use a Proven Method to Scale Globally

After launching and validating your offer, automate your marketing to convert more leads on a lean startup budget. 


Customer Avatar Example: What are Vancouver Cultural Creatives and Changemakers? Ray and Anderson created a questionnaire to identify “Cultural Creatives” in Western society. Below are characteristics of a “Cultural Creative”.

Agreement with 10 or more indicates status as a “Cultural Creative”. 25% of the adult population is a Cultural Creative. That’s 125 million people in the USA, Canada, UK and Australia!

  • Love of nature and deep caring about its preservation, and its natural balance.
  • Strong awareness of the planet-wide issues like climate change and poverty and a desire to see more action on them being active themselves
  • Willingness to pay higher taxes or spend more money for goods if that money went to improving the environment
  • Emphasize the importance of developing and maintaining relationships
  • Emphasize the importance of helping others and developing their unique gifts
  • Volunteer with one or more good causes
  • Intense interest in spiritual and psychological development (personal growth)
  • See spirituality as an important aspect of life, but worry about religious fundamentalism
  • Desire equality for women and men in business, life and politics
  • Concern and support of the well-being of all women and children
  • Support spending more money on education, community development programs, and the support of a more ecologically sustainable future
  • Unhappy with the left and right in politics
  • Optimism towards the future
  • Involved in creating a new and better way of life
  • Concerned with big business and the means they use to generate profits, including destroying the environment and exploiting poorer countries
  • Unlikely to overspend or be heavily in debt
  • Dislike the emphasis of modern cultures on “making it” and “success”, on consuming and making money
  • Like people, places and things that are different or exotic

There is a demand for products of equal quality that are virtuous. Included in the cultural creative demographic are consumers of New Age goods and services:

  • Organic and locally grown food
  • Organic and natural personal care products
  • Hybrid and electric cars, as well as city bicycles
  • Green and sustainable building
  • Sustainable or ecotourism
  • Energy efficient electronics/appliances
  • Socially responsible investing
  • Natural household products (paper goods and cleaning products)
  • Complementary, alternative and preventive medicine (Naturopathy, Chinese medicine, etc.)
  • Fair trade products
  • Literature in the mind/body/soul, holistic health and New Age genres

Aligned with Vancouver’s Green Economy of Seven Sub-sectors:

  • Local food (Vancouver food strategy to reduce carbon footprint with fresher foods)
  • Green building design and construction
  • Clean technology, alternative energy and green building products
  • Green infrastructure, transportation and planning
  • Sustainability services and education
  • Land and water remediation and environmental consulting
  • Materials management and recycling

As the third greenest City in 2017, Vancouver has a goal to become Greenest City 2020


Free Crowdfunding Video Clips and Presentations

Get Your Hobbies & Passion Online

GET YOUR HOBBIES & PASSION ONLINE

Revealed to Only 12 People Exclusively!

Want To Get Your Hobbies & Passion Online? Even If You Have No Experience.

This Is The Best Time In History To Turn Your Ideas, Hobbies & Passion Into A Profitable, Reliable, Stress-Free Digital Online Business.

This Live Training will Cover:

How To Develop Your Ideal Customer Avatar & Engage With Them (Value $197)

BONUS # 1: How To Create Marketing Automation On A Tight Budget (Value $297) This Is a Unique Hack with 2 free + 1 low-cost online tools not taught anywhere else!

BONUS # 2: Barterfirst Membership +600 Businesses Network 3 Months (Value $100)

“We focus on getting to know each member’s business. We understand that every business owner has unique needs, and we have the experience to not only fill the needs you have today but to anticipate those you’ll have in the future.”


3-Steps to Find Your Ideal Local Customers Who Will Love Your Product / Service

Defining your target market is hard. Once you know who your ideal customers are, you can effectively reach them.

To market to your target audience, you must empathize with them by identifying with their situation and pain.

This includes your prospects wants and needs. Your marketing must appeal to their wants and not their needs.

Learn how at our upcoming Marketing Workshop:

1. Define Your Customer Avatar
Start with a local reach to build your tribe. Learn how to find your tribe so you can talk to real prospects about your offer and more! 

2. Meet Your Ideal Prospects Locally
Discover easy and popular mobile tools to find your ideal and qualified prospects in your community to convert them into customers.

3. Use a Proven Method to Scale Globally
After launching and validating your offer, automate your marketing to convert more leads on a startup budget of only $17!

Case study: $50 Facebook Ads budget to get 857 mostly local fans and 1870 mostly local members for http://TheArtParty.org.


Presenters: Liza J. Lee & Mirey Faema

Liza J. Lee, Co-Founder of The Art Party

Marketing experience includes +50 small businesses, corporations and events since 2001. Liza is from Vancouver, Canada – startup capital of North America. She is the co-founder of The Art Party, an endorser of Earth Charter® for a just, sustainable, and peaceful planet with +10,000 social media contacts. She is also the author of the Marketing Step-By-Step Guide: Quick & Easy Tools to Get You More Sales – Mobile Marketing for Micro Businesses.

Mirey Faema, Owner of Changemaker Marketing

We are a creative agency focused on helping Socially Conscious Organizations, B-Corps, Social Enterprises and Sustainable Nonprofits grow financially and develop a tribe that supports their collective vision. We believe in a sustainable future and strive to use our marketing and sales expertise to help those who are focused on bettering our communities, the environment and discovering sustainable solutions to current environmental and social problems.


Coaching Client Testimonials

“Liza J. Lee’s marketing coaching is invaluable to me as a novice in the development of a professional web site. She is taking me through step by step what I have to do to launch a successful online business. She provides a lot of useful suggestions and practical tips. I can recommend her as an effective coach.” Chris Friel, Gays Around the World

“I’ve been working with Changemaker Marketing for about 5 months, and I am beyond happy! As an exceptionally brilliant businesswoman, Mirey intricately consults on all aspects of marketing (even the digital pieces that make your eyes glaze over and your ears ring) and throws in some expertise on HR and operations if required. I will absolutely continue working with her and recommend her to anyone who is seeking similar services.” Alison Ruks Wintersteiner


Workshop Address:

Creative Co-Workers
Unit B1 (buzz #010),
343 Railway St, Vancouver, BC

Facebook Event: Facebook.com/events/126161758001568/

Ask An Angel Investor – Arrive Before 6pm

ASK AN ANGEL INVESTOR

Arrive Before 6pm For Tech Startups & Entrepreneurs

5pm – Registration & Networking
6pm – Ask An Angel (Special Guest)
7pm – Fun Brainstorming
★ Limited to 30 Guests – Buy Your Ticket Online
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ask-an-angel-fun-brainstorming-tickets-31146401726

★ Ask an Angel – Is your business investor-ready? Is your product or service offering well-defined and easily communicated? Is it easy for potential investors to grasp how your business will make money? These are the type of questions our special guest (angel investor) can answer. He’s a member of Vantec, Open Angels and Kereitsu.

★ Fun Brainstorming – Need help with your positioning statement? Your positioning statement helps you to communicate effectively with your desired target audience in person and online. Or how to build your tribe? A tribe is a social group organised largely on the basis of kinship. It is being around people like you with whom you can connect and feel at home with.

We can help. The Art Party started the Vancouver Social Innovation Meetup in 2015. It now has over 1,000 “conscious + savvy innovators” to help “Build Your Tribe at the Tribe”.

★ Ticket Includes 1 Beverage & Organic Snacks

The Tribe is a collaboration space for tech companies, entrepreneurs and startups, with a variety of services that includes legal advice, taxation, accountability, market research, graphic design and much more.

Thursday Night Socials at The Tribe is for tech startups and entrepreneurs in a historic co-working space. Enjoy informal Meetups after work in the former Red Robinson production studio where he interviewed Elvis Presley and the Beatles!

★ EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SOCIAL AND BUSINESS NETWORKING! ★


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