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29 June 2016 - 13:35, by , in Press, No comments
Thank you all for your interest in our inaugural KK&P Webinar! For those of you who were unable to join, we’ve recorded the session for you to view. The Future of Food Philanthropy is a dynamic and timely topic, and I was happy to share some emerging insights last week. Discussing trends and increases in impact investing,...
Karen Karp
13 June 2016
On June 21, 2016 at 11am, Karen Karp & Partners will host the Future of Food Philanthropy Webinar, the first in a series of future-oriented food conversations conceived and produced by Karen Karp. This free webinar will share the exclusive findings from an earlier Future of Food Philanthropy Salon, attended by industry thought leaders who discussed critical issues facing...
6 February 2016
Karen Karp, founder and president of Karen Karp & Partners, was the subject of an interview in the 2015 issue of Hand to Hand, the magazine of the Association of Children’s Museums. The wide-ranging interview explores KK&P’s work with the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, where KK&P planned and implemented FoodShed, a reimagined café...
3 October 2015
The Town Talk in Central Louisiana reports on a recent discussion among more than a dozen stakeholders interested in increasing the productivity and profit of locally grown food who gathered for the first part of a study to identify specific tools that can be developed to boost the local food economy. The effort is being...
3 October 2015
Karen Karp & Partners has been working with NorthWest Arkansas Community College in Bentonville, Arkansas, since 2013 to develop and implement a Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management (CAHM) program, funded by grants from the Walton Family Foundation totaling more than $8 million. Among the services provided, KK&P looked at current and projected food and hospitality...
12 April 2015
The Peninsula, a collaboration between Gilbane Development Company, Hudson Companies and MHANY Management Inc., was selected by the New York City Economic Development Corporation to transform the former Spofford Juvenile Detention Center in the Bronx’s Hunts Point community into a new mixed-use residential, retail, and light manufacturing site. KK&P has been retained to develop a food manufacturing program for Building...