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Supporting San Francisco’s hand-made economy

11:48 PM PDT on June 12, 2011

From SPUR:

Some of San Francisco’s most beloved small businesses are artisan manufacturers. Yet some city policies make it more difficult for these small businesses to stay in San Francisco. What should we be doing to encourage artisan manufacturing inside the city limits? Come hear insights on this topic from Kate Sofis of SFMade, Christina Olagueof the San Francisco Planning Commission, Janet Clyde of the Small Business Commission and representatives from Timbuk2 and Jack and Jason’s Pancakes.

Special thanks to TechShop for hosting the event!
Please plan to arrive a few minutes early to check in.
TechShop will be offering an optional tour of the facility for attendees after the program.

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