Every entrepreneur can use a boost of inspiration to advance their business ideas.
Phoenix-based Seed Spot and KIND health snacks have partnered to offer a series of health and wellness sessions for entrepreneurs. The events will kick off with a yoga session at 4 p.m. Sept. 18 at Seed Spot, located at 2828 N. Central Avenue. Registration is required and the event is limited to 40 people.
In addition, the New York-based snack company is offering entrepreneurs a $10,000 grant through its KIND Causes Competition, which supports startups that are creating positive social change.
The partnership includes providing KIND snacks, a series of ongoing health and wellness events for entrepreneurs, an opportunity for Seed Spot entrepreneurs to compete for the KIND Causes Competition, and advice from KIND team members about the start-up process.
KIND, which launched in 2004, offers healthy snacks. The company also is committed to social entrepreneurship with its KIND causes campaign and funding program, which promotes and supports ideas that make a difference.
“KIND’s startup story has inspired countless entrepreneurs,” Courtney Klein, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Seed Spot, said in a statement. “The movement that KIND started – to do well by doing good – has caught on. In addition to participating in the Seed Spot community as advisers and mentors to Seed Spot ventures, KIND will become the exclusive snack brand for our entrepreneurs, mentors and investors.”
Seed Spot is a non-profit incubator that supports social entrepreneurs focusing on education, the environment, healthcare, human rights, energy, children’s welfare or civic engagement.