We’ve gotten a great response for our open Host positions. Thanks for all the great applications- we’ll continue considering any resumes received by February 15th. We are also seeking for a new role, a Community Attractor to expand the breadth and diversity of our community! Please see below for more information about the position and how to apply. We look forward to hearing from you
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In a year in which traditional systems and assumptions have been disrupted, new voices of innovation and determination are effervescing. Evangelists of community, new media, non-traditional capital markets, and entrepreneurship seek new answers to the problems of our age. Hub Bay Area feels privileged to be a part of this movement by offering an ecosystem, resources and a platform to these voices. It is for this reason, we are proud to announce two major developments in the Hub Bay Area community.
1) An intent to lease at the San Francisco Chronicle for the home of our future SF Hub
2) A partnership with First Light Capital to offer seed funding to start-up social entrepreneurs. Informational meeting on Monday December 7th
First Light Capital: First Light Capital has announced Hub Bay Area as the home of the new $500,000 West Coast Village Capital Fund. Inspired by the village bank model used in microfinance throughout the world, Village Capital is an innovative investment model built on the hypothesis that entrepreneurs, working intimately together and providing peer support to one another, will be able to efficiently and wisely allocate investment to one another’s companies.
They say justice and our legal system is blind, that doesn’t mean you should be.
Social innovation can often times be stifled with the complexities of the US legal environment. What’s stumping you and who would you like to hear offer advice? Hanson Bridgett is sponsoring a very exciting series at The Hub about legal issues as they relate to social innovation. Come join us on Thursday,December 17th for another great Huddle, but even more, we want to hear your perspectives on what the next Huddle should discuss and who we should invite to take part in the discussion.
Then, register for the event at eventbrite!