SHARE IS A TWO DAY CONFERENCE TO CATALYZE THE SHARING ECONOMY.

MAY 13-14, 2014

Marines' Memorial Theatre
609 Sutter Street, SAN FRANCISCO

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The Sharing Economy is at a Critical Inflection Point.

This rapidly evolving model has global and local implications that are changing markets, cities, and lives. To move into the economic mainstream, early adopters must engage new partners and models.

will bring together change makers from multiple sectors and perspectives to meet at the crossroads of the old and new economy to find common ground and catalyze the next wave of growth.

This two-day cross sector convening will engage deep conversations on the changing landscape of the sharing economy, empower people with an understanding of a variety of models and provide opportunities to connect with new and unexpected partners.

is a collaboration between Peers and SOCAP

will be held at the Marine's Memorial Theatre at 609 Sutter St in San Francisco, CA.

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Advisory & Speakers

Advisors

Lisa Gansky

Mesh Labs

Jeremiah Owyang

Crowd Companies

April Rinne

Collaborative Lab

Van Jones

Crossfire, CNN

Neal Gorenflo

Shareable

Kevin Jones

SOCAP

Natalie Foster

Peers

Arun Sundararajan

New York University

Speakers

Douglas Atkin

Airbnb

Rashad Robinson

Color of Change

James Slezak

Peers

Nathan Blecharczyky

Airbnb

Catherine Bracy

Code for America

Brad Burnham

USV

Emily Castor

Lyft

David Chiu

SF Board of Supervisors

Shannon Spanhake

SF Department of Innovation

Janelle Orsi

Sustainable Economies Law Center

Sunil Paul

SideCar

Ron Conway

SV Angel

Simon Greer

Nathan Cummings

Richard Eidlin

American Sustainable Business Council

Betsy Hoover

270 Strategies

Rob Bennett

Ecodistricts

David London

Ebay

Pearl Chan

Omidyar Network

Dan Rothschild

R Street

Kanyi Maqubela

Collaborative Fund

Shelby Clark

RelayRides

Shervin Pishevar

Sherpa Global

Jamie Wong

Vayable

Michelle Regner

Near.me

David Rolf

SEIU

Denise Cheng

MIT

Adam Werbach

Yerdle

Allison Cook

Story of Stuff

Jose Quinonez

MAF

George Redenbaugh

Kiva

Juliet Schor

Boston College

Noah Karesh

Feastly

Jessica Scorpio

Getaround

Joel Makower

GreenBiz

Lucy Bernholz

Stanford University

Alicia Johnson

Department of Emergency Management

Andy Ruben

Yerdle

Andrés Monroy-Hernandez

Microsoft Research

Casey Fenton

Couchsurfing & Wonder

Jesse Biroscak

BayShare

Jay Standish

Embassy Network

Nikki Silvestri

Green for All

Adam Berk

Neighborrow

Alex Newman

Pivotdesk

Alex Lofton

Stanford

Alexandra Samuel

Vision Critical

Allison Cebulla

trustlr

Andrea Armeni

Transform Finance

Vien Truong

Greenlining Institute

Andy Fyfe

BLab

Bill Knapp

Car2go

Corey Zehngebot

Boston Redevelopment Authority

Daan Weddepohl

Peerby

Dan Rosen

Solar Mosaic

Danielle Applestone

Other Machine

Elaine Ou

Barnacle

Evelyn Arce

IFIP

Janelle Kellman

Kitorder

Jay Savsani

Mealsharing

Jean Claude Rodriguez-Ferrera

Puddle

Juho Makkonen

Sharetribe

Julie K. Davis

Risk Communities

Maggie Flemming

Transition US

Mike McCormick

Bayshare

Odile Beniflah

Carpooling

Peter Kwan

Homesharers of SF

Petros Georgopoulos

Swapdom

Pranav Dandekar

Stanford

Denise Cheng

MIT

Praveen Sinha

Liberating Ourselves Locally

Rick Hutchinson

CityCarShare

Steve Wright

Resilience Exchange

Susan Shaheen

Berkeley

Tim Freunlich

Impact Hub

Valerie Anderson

Common Change

Vanina Schick

Blablacar

Victor Hwang

T2 Venture Creation

Venna Dubal

UC Berkeley

James Schaffer

Schaffer & Combs

Claiborne Deming

Story of Stuff

Lizzy Fallows

Timbuk2

Mike Rou

eBay

Tamsin Smith

Yerdle

Kyle Wiens

iFixit

Dorian Ferlauto

Elihuu

Andrew Batey

Spinlister

Chelsea Rustrum

Sharers of SF

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Why Attend SHARE?

will bring influencers from corporate, government, startups, and non-profits together with sharing economy leaders to learn, hear new ideas, and find new collaborators on the road to the new economy.

At , you will engage deep conversations on the changing landscape of the sharing economy, and gain an understanding of a variety of models, best practices, challenges, and opportunities, as well as explore what’s on the horizon for this growing movement.

Freelancers, Makers, Individuals, and Peers Members

Deepen your interest in and understanding of the sharing economy and meet face-to-face with other Peers members pursuing and advocating for access over ownership.

Corporates

Gain an understanding of how and why the sharing economy matters to the future of your business. Get answers to your questions, for example:

Startups

Engage in valuable conversation on the current landscape and market dynamics in the sharing economy and make new connections to help advance your business objectives.

Governments

Round out your understanding of the sharing economy and its connections to civic engagement and communities of the future.

Non Profits/Community Activists

Engage in a meaningful cross-sector conversation on the social and environmental impact of the sharing economy.

Investors

Develop your knowledge on the market and non-market forces shaping the sharing economy today.

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For more information on sponsorship, email share@peers.org