If you have been keeping up with our journey so far, you know that we are all about supporting local. Our goal is not only to provide resources and support for the small business in our community, but to bring these small business owners together so they can support each other. Having a supportive network of like-minded people can make all the difference when starting a business. The purpose of our first event was to provide an opportunity for our vendors to do just that, and for us to share our goals and vision for how we plan to continue to provide support for local business owners in the Denver community.
In total, we had about 25 guests in attendance. The event showcased so many of our amazing vendors and and their products, including Sauce Leopard, Toute Doucher Candy, Dead Veggies, George's Pound Cakes, Peer Brands, Three dogs pickles, Lost Sauces, Dauntless Snacks and many more. We enjoyed a delicious catered dinner from Samosa Shop and had the pleasure of hosting congressional candidate Neal Walia, who was kind enough to share his thoughts on how he is going to support the Denver community through his campaign.
Everyone enjoyed both the food and the company, and we received a ton of positive feedback on both the presentation and the event’s concept. We are looking forward to hosting many more events like this in the future, and so excited for all of the future partnerships with small businesses coming our way.
We are so proud of our team for putting together this The Pagoda Lab Town Hall. It was a pivotal event for our company that helped solidify our mission in our community. We want to thank all of you for your continued support, and we hope you will check out some of our vendors and show them some love!