Money Talks 2017
“Money Talks” is a free educational series for the general public on social, political, and global issues that affect our economy. At Goldfarb Financial we believe that the greatest tool against potential shocks is education and we offer knowledge to both our clients and the community.
Click here to view highlights from Money Talks 2016.
If you are interested in attending one of our upcoming Money Talks events, please contact us.
Exploring Sustainable Wine Farming in WNY
May 18 at 4:00 PM
What is the place of the Local Family Winery in the world?
We will explore economic sustainability, the strides being made in the environmental realm and the economic impact of developing a business in our corner of the world.
Based on our geographic and climactic conditions we will dive head first into how that plays out on taste and economic development. This program will be followed by a wine tasting so that all of our participants can taste for themselves sustainability at work!
Goldfarb Financial is pleased to present Wendy Wilson from Leonard Oakes Estate Winery and Robin Ross from Arrowhead Springs Vineyards:
Leonard Oakes Estate Winery
“The Oakes family, rooted in the region and their agricultural heritage, nurture the bounty of the vineyards. Generations of Oakes have ventured out into the world and returned to the farm with broad expertise and a unique vision. Together they have created a personal wine experience that is engaging, fun, and informative. This passion is also represented in their diverse array of high-quality wines.”
Arrowhead Spring Vineyards
“We produce wines that reflect the thoughtfully chosen soils and climates from which they emanate. We respect our surroundings, maintain good stewardship of the land, uphold our commitment to the principles of sustainable farming and seek a deeper understanding of the natural living systems around us.”
*Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse the opinions of Wendy Wilson or Robin Ross. Raymond James is not responsible for the content of any website or the collection or use of information regarding any website’s users and/or members.
Impact Investments: The Opportunity for Buffalo
March 2 at 7:30 AM
As we transition from traditional business and economic models to address emerging social and environmental challenges, the benefits are community and economic development that encompasses a sense of place, enhanced brand value, positive consumer experiences, new market share, and minimized risk.
Goldfarb Financial has invited the following panelists to discuss opportunities and challenges in the following spheres as it relates to investment and development in Buffalo:
• Business/Industrial: Integration of new business models in key economic sectors that design towards circularity and regeneration of resources.
• Social: Better defined metrics for community revitalization and healthy job creation to leverage more benefits and equity for underserved communities in industrial communities.
• Economic/Investment: Benchmarks and investment structures tailored for solutions and entrepreneurship of new services, products and materials that contribute to the creation of a regenerative economy.
Frits has 15 years of experience in marketing, corporate development and operations for start-up to mid staged ventures.
Alexandra has spent the last twenty years leading innovative environmental initiatives that have achieved large-scale impact.
University at Buffalo
Ryan connects people across the university with information, innovation, and tools to reduce UB’s footprint on the future and enhance quality of life.
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*Raymond James is not affiliated with and does not endorse the opinions of Alberto Rey, Frits Abell, Alexandra McPherson or Ryan McPherson. Raymond James is not responsible for the content of any website or the collection or use of information regarding any website’s users and/or members.