Join us for a panel on the rise of urban innovators and the evolving role of government, evaluating the ways entrepreneurs and government can work together to further innovation and improve our cities, featuring:
- David Chiu, President of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors
- Logan Green, Co-Founder and CEO of Zimride/ Lyft
- Molly Turner, Director of Public Policy at Airbnb
- Moderated by Peter Hirshberg, Board Chairman of the Gray Area Foundation For The Arts
Tumml is an urban ventures accelerator focused on empowering entrepreneurs to solve urban problems. A nonprofit, Tumml supports early stage companies developing innovative consumer products and services that improve urban living. Tumml connects entrepreneurs with funding, mentors, and a community of people dedicated to urban impact. Follow us @tumml.
Tumml would like to thank sf.citi for its support organizing this event
Sf.citi is a 501(c)6 organization created to leverage the collective power of the technology community around civic action, working to consolidate a voice that supports innovative policies, and works collaboratively with government to find new solutions to historic problems facing San Francisco, while promoting the tech sectors interest and growth. Please visit sfciti.com for a list of its over 390 member companies and organizations, including more about the organization.
Tumml would like to thank The Hatchery for hosting this event
The Hatchery is a fresh take on the San Francisco co-working space environment. The Hatchery is a place you'll be proud to call your own. A place companies and organizations of all sectors come together, find their place and build lasting relationships. Since the summer of 2011, The Hatchery has grown to over 80 diverse tenant companies -- technology entrepreneurs, freelancers, winemakers, designers, and writers. Learn more at hatcherysf.com or e-mail Susan (email@example.com).
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