sf.citi opposes the Trump Administration’s recent executive order banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. This week, various sf.citi members came together to support those affected by the President’s recent actions. Lyft donated $1 million dollars to the fight for immigrant rights, while Airbnb offered free housing to those displaced by the executive order. Read more about how the tech industry is taking a stand here.
Click to read our full statement: sf.citi and ACLU Statement on Tech Standing Together
Business Comes to City Hall Advocacy Day 2017
On Monday, January 30, sf.citi co-convened the inaugural Business Comes to City Hall Advocacy Day with the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce and 20 San Francisco business organizations. Selected community leaders and elected officials, including Mayor Lee, addressed the issues of Homelessness, Public Transportation, and Business Taxes/Fees and entertained questions from over 80 attendees. The success of this year’s event will be sure to attract more business community members to participate in the years to come.
For an invitation to next year’s City Hall Advocacy Day and other future events email email@example.com for sf.citi membership information.
Join sf.citi at TechCrunch’s 10th Annual Crunchies Awards!
With 10 years under its belt, the Crunchies Awards brings together the best and brightest founders, investors, and companies in the startup world for a fun-filled night of networking and laughs. sf.citi has been a long time partner of this great event, which has featured our board chair, Ron Conway, as well as sf.citi members companies like Dropbox in past years. Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Chelsea Peretti returns as host this year for what is sure to be a night to remember. Get your tickets today before it sells out!