Something special is happening in downtown St. Paul March 24 at the St Paul Event Center. Humans are gathering together again.
Humans Get Together founder Jeff Aguy believes an economy that works for, and includes everyone is not only possible, but becomes the likely outcome when institutions of power and communities work together in sustained partnership.
The old saying “people do business with people who they know, like, or trust” is a reality that has far-reaching implications for those who lack historical networks, access to capital, and institutional knowledge. As a result, community inequities persist, the racial wealth gap grows and we lose critical opportunities for innovation.
Humans Get Together (HGT) is a program of 2043 that curates spaces for impactful relationship building with a focus on inclusivity. The company offers a wide variety of experience-based gatherings, creating events that feel natural, have direction and make all attendees feel welcomed and safe.
Aguy’s goal is to foster economic growth by bringing together private, public, and philanthropic partners with innovators and entrepreneurs who are often missing from the deal-making process.