sf.citi IS THE VOICE OF SAN FRANCISCO’S tech INDUSTRY, supportING tech POLICy solutions tO IMPROVE OUR CITY

We are sf.citi, the tech trade association of San Francisco. We represent San Francisco tech companies in conversation with local policymakers. We engage our members in volunteer opportunities and partnerships that serve the broader San Francisco community. And we convene our members at events with government and community leaders to discuss the most pressing issues facing tech and San Francisco. Most importantly, we take a “One City” approach to everything we do by driving a continuous dialogue between San Francisco’s tech, nonprofit, and political communities.

REPRESENT

We ensure that our members have the opportunity to make their voices heard on tech policy issues in San Francisco and beyond.

ENGAGE

We forge lasting corporate social responsibility partnerships between our members, nonprofit organizations, and the larger San Francisco community.

CONVENE

We host regular tech-focused events that connect our members with one another, nonprofit organizations, and community leaders to discuss topical issues facing the tech industry and San Francisco.

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Our latest @sfchronicle op-ed with @SF_Chamber: "We are raising our hands to engage in a process that will bring about economic certainty and a balanced #tax system that sustains our economic prosperity and funds vital services for all San Franciscans." https://bit.ly/2tCjEuL

The One City Forum furthers http://sf.citi’s collaborative approach to addressing San Francisco’s greatest challenges. We are looking for a #nonprofit leader to join our nine other Forum members—learn how to apply here: https://sfciti.org/convene/onecityforum/apply/

“It all boils down to housing. What kind of city are we going to be in the next 10 years?” - Mayor @LondonBreed on the opportunity to take on the biggest challenges in San Francisco #CityBeatSF

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