Start Up Policy Lab One-Year Anniversary - June 9th at 6:30 PM
Celebrate 1 year of Startup Policy Lab with us on June 9th!
Special guest Miguel Gamiño, the CIO of San Francisco, will join us for casual conversation over drinks & light apps. We're also celebrating with our friends from SF Tech Dems, Runway, Salesforce, YPFP, and other local groups that have supported us along the way -- and we hope you will share in the festivities, too!
We'll cheers to an amazing first year of bringing tech + government together at Dirty Water from 6:30pm. Your friends & colleagues are also welcome -- the more the merrier!
Are you an entrepreneur who wants to talk to people who understand what is going on in DC? Are you a policy wonk who wants to dip their toe in the startup community? Are you neither and just want to talk to some cool super smart people?
We welcome entrepreneurs, policy wonks, lawyers, investors, media, aficionados, and enthusiasts.
Startup Policy Lab brings public policy directly to the startup community and empowers individuals to participate and engage. We gather people together that are interested in discussing, sharing, educating, and building a community around policy issues critical to startups and early stage companies.@StartupPolicy
Startup Policy Lab Event Partner: Salesforce
We're grateful to Salesforce for hosting drinks for the Startup Policy Lab community.
Salesforce is the Customer Success Platform. Its social and mobile cloud technologies—including flagship sales and CRM applications—help companies connect with customers, partners, and employees in entirely new ways.
Startup Policy Lab Community & Media Partner: Runway
Runway is an incubator and home to awesome startups. Located at 1355 Market St, Runway provides office space to approximately 70 startups in San Francisco. It's their mission to build the best environment for early-stage companies to work and scale their business.
Startup Policy Lab Community & Media Partner: SF Tech Dems
SF Tech Dems is a group dedicated to promoting technology policy across a range of issues within the Democratic Party. The group focuses on transparency, structured data, accessibility, and democratic participation.
Startup Policy Lab Community & Media Partner: YPFP SF
Young Professionals in Foreign Policy (YPFP) San Francisco is an innovative group of young professionals across non-profit, public, and private sectors who gather to discuss today’s most pressing foreign policy issues. Their goal is to foster the development of future foreign policy leaders by providing members with the knowledge, skills, exposure and relationships necessary to tackle critical global challenges over the course of their careers.
Dirty Water Restaurant & Bar
1355 Market Street, Suite 180
San Francisco, CA 94103