Consumer payments are increasingly online, mobile and global. However, the ethical consumer movement is increasingly in support of local initiatives that have positive socio-economic impact on communities. How do we connect the two?
Local currencies - either place based, or sector based have the potential to drive inclusive growth and build communities however they face barriers to get to market and scale.
Join Nesta and Bristol Pound for this round table to workshop your ideas and help to set a direction for a project that would support local currencies to scale.
Registration will open at 8.45 with light refreshments. The round table will start promptly at 9.15 and will finish at 12:00.