Panel: Launching A Food Business In The Bay Area
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Food trucks, catering services, pop-ups, lunch boxes, high-end restaurants, and even food labs! There’s no doubt that the Bay Area is a great city to try new things, especially when it comes to food. Are you interested in opening your own business or would like to know more about the local food scene?
Join us on July 29th to hear from successful entrepreneurs about what it takes to launch, grow and sustain a food business in the Bay Area. Where to start? What are the industry trends? What are the challenges and growth opportunities? What are some of the best practices?
This panel includes:
Erin Archuleta, Partner at ICHI Sushi + NI Bar
Sophia Chang Founder at Kitchener Oakland
Evan Bloom, Proprietor at Wise Sons Delicatessen
Nate Keller, Founding Executive Chef at Sprig
Moderated by Krysia Zajonc, CEO and Co-Founder, Local Food Lab
Please send us a message with your thoughts, questions, or food suggestions for the meeting.
6:00 pm (doors open) -- Networking reception (beverages, samples and snacks will be served)
7:00 pm -- Panel discussion and Q&A
7:30 pm - Open mic (For anyone who wants to tell the group what they're working on in the non-tech startup scene).
8:00 pm - Networking
9:00 pm - Wrap-Up
When & Where
PeerSpace is a mobile marketplace for listing and finding temporary, unique, and underutilized space for work and play. The app empowers individuals to discover and monetize alternative uses for productive spaces such as an art gallery for a meetup or a homeowner’s basement as a recording studio. Built with flexibility and ease of use in mind, PeerSpace provides creative tools for an end to end experience from a host listing their space to a guest completing a booking.