November 29, 2022

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Invitation: Pathways to Parity - Economic Rights Summit-October 6th & 7th
October 5, 2022

Posted Courtesay of Wright Enterprises San Francisco~Dallas Community Spotlight~~

Reserve Tickets Here


Be part of the conversation with some of the nation’s most forward-thinking policy experts on transformational economic empowerment strategy and related impacts. Discussions will address youth employment development pipelines, reparations, entrepreneurship, and other pathways to economic mobility and security.

Agenda features a special workshop for business owners and a panel from SFHDC, more information below!

Engage with thought leaders including Darrick Hamilton (The New School), Alicia Garza (Black Futures Lab), Pinky Cole (Slutty Vegan), Sheryl Evans Davis (San Francisco Human Rights Commission), Michael Blake (Fmr. New York State Assemblymember), Malik Henfield (Institute for Racial Justice, Loyola University Chicago), Shamann Walton (San Francisco Board of Supervisors), Malia Cohen (California Board of Equalization), Robin Rue Simmons (First Repair), and many more at this innovative, multi-site, live & virtual convening.

The conference is a follow up to November 2021's Strategies to Advance Economic Inclusion, which can be viewed in full below.

Reserve Tickets Here


Join us on October 6th at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero, Conference Room C, where individuals from the Office of Employment and Workforce Development, City Administrator, Treasurer, Office of Contract Administration, a tax professional and business consultants will be available to answer questions and help you navigate the following issues with conducting business within in the City And County of San Francisco and with City departments as a supplier.  

You can Register HERE and select the “SPECIAL SESSION: City Supplier Workshop”

  • How to register a business?  How much will it cost? What other taxes and fees will I be subject to?
  • Application for a City Bidder Number.  What is it and how does it benefit my business?
  • I’m working with a city department now, should I become a city supplier?  Can you help me through the process?

There are three time slots available, please use this link to register for a time slotNote: In-person attendance is mandatory for participation in this workshop, please reach out via replying to this email if you are having trouble ensuring your place at the workshop.

San Francisco Housing Development Corporation will host a panel on October 7th, 1-2 PM at Pier 1 (The Embarcadero)

This panel will be an interactive workshop for small business owners and potential entrepreneurs navigating opportunities.

Support SFHDC Campaigns
SFHDC Oct 15 Gala Tickets 
SFHDC | 4439 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94124

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