The first ever InTents Conference is coming to Mission Bay in San Diego March 19-20 to help new and established farmers, artisan food makers, and farmers' market managers find smart new ways to increase their income. The InTents Conference will feature two full days of educational panels, speakers, roundtables and networking opportunities, skills and resources to make small businesses financially sustainable and ready to grow, and help attendees find innovative ways to make their passions equal profits.
The InTents Flavor Party night, from , will feature chefs and farmers teaming up at tasting stations to bring guests unique farm fresh bites, drinks, live music and surprise entertainment. This tasting event will be open to the public night for $75 and a portion of the proceeds will go to Kitchens for Good, a San Diego local nonprofit that breaks the cycle of food waste and uses it to feed the hungry. To close evening, the InTents Conference will hold an “Urchin Pond,” with a wink to Shark Tank, where attendees will have the opportunity to pitch a panel with the best Farmer’s Market product and business plan for a chance to receive a startup subsidy package.
The InTents Conference will help attendees discover new sources of ingredients, packaging, operating supplies, signage, insurance, management services, marketing materials and more. It also provides a great networking opportunity for participants to connect with fellow farmers, managers and entrepreneurs to gain new perspectives.
The InTents Conference will be held at the Marina Village Conference Center in Mission Bay. The event will run from www.intentsconference.com. More details about the InTents Conference will be released in the upcoming weeks. from to from Registration ranges from $75-$325 for different packages. For more information about the InTents Conference, visit