Bay Area LISC and OEWD are pleased to invite you to our upcoming trainings:
Alternatives for Commercial Corridor Revitalization
Measuring the Impacts of Your Revitalization Work
Date: Friday, July 19, 2013
Registration: 9:00am - 9:30am (Continental Breakfast)
Time: 9:30am - 4:00pm (Lunch Provided)
Location: UC Hastings - 198 McAllister Street
Classroom G (Snodgrass Hall)
Who: NMI Corridor Managers, CBDs/BIDs &
Merchant Associations & Invest in
Join us for the following training sessions!
9:30am - 12:00pm: Alternatives for Commercial Corridor Revitalization: Pop-up stores; food trucks; art walks
Moderator: Shell Thomas, Project Director, Lower Polk CBD
Speakers: Sarah Filley, Co-Founder, Popuphood
Matt Cohen, Founder, Off the Grid
Danielle Cohen, Urban Air Market
The concept of pop-up retail and re-use of public space for the community aims to engage communities through innovative approaches that provide a unique opportunity to test new products, increase brand awareness and enhance relationships with the built environment. Join this session to learn how commercial districts can benefit from this revolution.
12:00pm - 1:00pm: Lunch provided
1:00pm - 4:00pm: Measuring the Impacts for Your Revitalization Work
Speaker: Claudia Albano, Lecturer, UC Berkeley
Maybe you know the neighborhood is looking better, more people are getting involved in community activities, and you have a sense that things are getting better, but how do you really know you are achieving the results you intend? Are you able to leverage your experience, to learn from your work to improve the design and implementatin of your programs and strategies?
Conveniently located one block north of the Civic Center BART station. Detailed directions to UC Hastings can be found here. Parking is available at the Hastings Parking Garage located at the corner of Larkin and Golden Gate.
Space is limited so please RSVP today.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. Attendees are encouraged to participate the whole day or attend the session of your choice.
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Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation
LISC's mission is to support low income people and communities to make their neighborhoods great places to live, work and raise families. For more information visit our website.