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Wednesday, July 6 • 9:00am - 10:30am
CASE STUDY SESSION: Practical Tips and Tactics for Entrepreneurs and Innovators Who Want to Partner with Local Government

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The cities of San Francisco and Seattle are recognized nationally for a range of innovation, whether through modes of civic engagement, development of partnership programs, or collaborative policy-making. Many of these efforts include non-profit, community organizations, innovators and entrepreneurs in user-testing, prototyping and finding new solutions to civic challenges.  Join this discussion featuring case studies from each cities , including tips and tactics on how to engage in effective ways with local government from how to pitch partnerships to how to get involved in policy development.

Keynote Speakers & Presenters
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Ryan Biava

Deputy Director, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's Office of Policy and Innovation
Ryan has worked in and formally studied politics and policy for twenty years. He has worked in Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's Office of Policy and Innovation since August 2014, where he is currently Deputy Director. Previous work in that office centered on government performance, technology... Read More →
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Jeremy M. Goldberg

Director of Innovation Partnerships, SF Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation
Jeremy M. Goldberg is director of Civic Innovation Partnerships in the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation, where he leads Startup in Residence, a 16-week program that partners government departments with startups to develop products and services in San Francisco and... Read More →


Wednesday July 6, 2016 9:00am - 10:30am
Impact Hub Seattle- 4th Floor Learning Studio

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