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Congratulations to Our 2018 Small Business Honorees!

Every year during San Francisco Small Business Week, the Mayor's Office and the Board of Supervisors, the U.S. Small Business Administration and the San Francisco Economic Development Alliance come together to award and recognize small businesses who inspire others or exemplify excellence in their community. We would like to take a moment to congratulate all of those businesses. We hope you'll join us this week in honoring them as well as celebrating the numerous accomplishments and efforts of the thousands of other small businesses who continue to shape our communities and keep San Francisco a unique, thriving city!

Mayor Mark Farrell's 2018 Small Business Week Honorees                 

  • Auntie April’s
  • Cassava
  • August Hall
  • Tonic Nightlife Group
  • Boba Guys
  • Gallardos Mexican Restaurant
  • Submarine Center
  • Polish Nail and Beauty Salon

Board of Supervisors 2018 Small Business Week Honorees             

  • District 1 Supervisor Fewer: Standard Plumbing Ace Hardware, Jordan Cheng
  • District 2 Supervisor Stefani: Jest Jewels, Eleanor Carpenter
  • District 3 Supervisor Peskin: New Asia Chinese Restaurant, Hon So
  • District 4 Supervisor Tang: Other Avenues, Shanta Nimbark Sacharoff
  • District 5 Supervisor Breed: Love on Haight, Sunshine Power
  • District 6 Supervisor Kim: Ted’s Market, Theodore Zouzounis
  • District 7 Supervisor Yee: Montessori Children’s Center, Judith Flynn
  • District 8 Supervisor Sheehy: Cheese Boutique, Rick & Nada Malaouf
  • District 9 Supervisor Ronen: Casa Bonampak, Nancy Charraga
  • District 10 Supervisor Cohen: The Jazz Room, Bernadette Smith
  • District 11 Supervisor Safai: Little Joe’s Pizzeria, Alfredo (Fred) Rodriguez


U.S. Small Business Administration
2018 Northern California Small Business Person of the Year

  • Matt Cohen, Off the Grid

U.S. Small Business Administration
2018 
Northern California Family-Owned Small Business of the Year

  • Tommaso's Italian Restaurant, Carmen Serafina Crotti

San Francisco Economic Development Alliance
2018 Microenterprise of the Year

  • D’Maize Restaurant and Catering, Luis Estrada and Zenaida Merlin

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Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates, announcements and interviews with small business resources. Visit our website to learn more about the history of the week and to sign up for events once registration opens.

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Thank you to Bank of America for joining us as the Presenting Sponsor and Comcast Business for joining us as the InspireSF Host.

 
We’d also like to thank the following organizations for their sponsorships and donations that help make SF Small Business Week possible: American ExpressBar Association of SF Lawyer Referral & Information ServiceBay Area Development CompanyBi-Rite Family of BusinessesCapital Access GroupCity View at MetreonCleanPowerSFGolden State WarriorsGoogleHSBCOffice of Small BusinessPacific Gas & Electric CompanyPotluck ConsultingRecologySF Business TimesSAPSFMTASterling Bank & TrustStraus EventsTMC Financing and U.S. Bank.

Special thanks to the 2018 SF Small Business Week Committee: Golden Gate Business AssociationGolden Gate Restaurant AssociationMain Street LaunchMission Economic Development AgencyNational Association of Women Business OwnersOffice of Small BusinessPacific Community VenturesRenaissance Entrepreneurship CenterSF African American Chamber of CommerceSF Chamber of CommerceSF Council of District Merchants AssociationsSmall Business CommissionSmall Business Development CenterSF Economic Development AllianceUSF Gellert Family Business Resource Center and U.S. Small Business Administration.

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