San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
La Cocina’s Food & Entrepreneurship Conference 2012
Sunday, August 19 & Monday, August 20th
San Francisco, SOMArts (934 Brannan Street between 8th & 9th Streets)
The conference is a place where we can all come together—food enthusiasts and entrepreneurs, policy makers, nonprofit organizers and volunteers, city government officials, and media - to discuss food, community, and entrepreneurship and to celebrate the ways that food creates opportunity.
Themes that we will be discussing this year include promoting diversity and building community spaces through the shared experience of food; creating jobs and developing our economy in a sustainable, sound manner; supporting women and immigrant-run and owned businesses, and leveraging technology to do all of the above.
We won’t let you go hungry—there will be food! At brunch on Sunday, and lunch and happy hour on Monday, we will give you ample opportunity to sample the delicious food that our participants whip up.
If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch by emailing: email@example.com
"Full Meal Deal" (Brunch + 2-Day Conference Pass): $150
The Peanut Butter for Breakfast Brunch and Sunday Panels: $100
The Peanut Butter for Breakfast Brunch: $75
2-Day Conference Pass (No Brunch): $100
Sunday Panels: $50
Monday Panels with Lunch & Happy Hour: $50
10:00am-12:00pm - The Peanut Butter for Breakfast Brunch
12:30pm-4:00pm – Panel Sessions
9:00am-4:30pm – Panel Sessions
4:30pm-5:30pm – Happy Hour
All events are expected to sell out. Tickets will not be available at the door.
When & Where
La Cocina is a ground-breaking business incubator designed to reduce the obstacles that often prevent low-income food entrepreneurs from creating successful and sustainable small businesses. By providing affordable, shared, commercial kitchen space, an array of industry-specific technical assistance and services, and access to market opportunities and capital, La Cocina works with entrepreneurs as they launch, grow, and formalize successful food businesses. We focus primarily on women from culturally diverse communities and immigrant communities. Our vision is that our program participants will become economically self-sufficient and contribute to a vibrant and diverse economy doing what they love to do.
For more information visit www.lacocinasf.org.