SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, the largest and most influential business membership organization in San Francisco, and Airbnb, the world’s leading community-driven hospitality marketplace, announced a partnership to create new economic opportunities for local businesses and broaden the range of Airbnb Experiences available in San Francisco.
Airbnb Experiences are activities designed and led by inspiring locals. With Experiences, Airbnb offers unprecedented access to local communities and interests through 40,000+ unique, handcrafted activities run by hosts across 1,000+ markets around the world. They are also powerful drivers of entrepreneurship,
Safeway has been serving San Franciscans since 1926 and operates sixteen locations across the City. Safeway is a union represented employer with nearly 2,000 employees in San Francisco, led by District Manager Elena Arroyo. Read more in our Partner Spotlight with Safeway’s Wendy Gutshall,
“Today Mayor Breed announced her budget proposal which allocates funds to the city and the Chambers greatest priorities – housing, homelessness, behavioral health, small business, transportation and clean streets. The Mayor understands these are the most critical areas for our city to ensure equity,
Today Mayor London Breed and Supervisor Vallie Brown joined community and small business leaders to announce increased investment in the city’s programs to help small businesses.
“The Mayor clearly recognizes that having a thriving small business community and merchant corridors is crucial for continuing the diversity and economic vitality of San Francisco,” said Rodney Fong,
Pet Camp has been providing care for San Francisco’s dogs and cats at its Main Campground in the Bayview neighborhood and at its Cat Safari location in Presidio Heights since 1997. Started with the basic premise of “what would we want for our pets,” Pet Camp is not only the largest family owned pet care provider in San Francisco,
Accenture and the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce released new data on May 15th, 2019 to show the readiness of Bay Area-based businesses to develop, grow and adapt as Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Intelligence and Automation become prevalent in the modern workplace.
On May 1–3, a delegation of 35 of Bay Area business and civic leaders joined the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce for our annual advocacy trip to Washington DC. This year’s CityTrip focused on San Francisco’s top issues: innovative solutions for reducing our homeless population,
SailGP is charting a new, exciting course for the sport of sailing. In this global, annual sports championship, national teams from Australia, China, France, Great Britain, Japan and the United States battle in some of the world’s most iconic harbors,
Shipt is a membership-based online grocery marketplace offering same-day delivery of fresh foods and household essentials, through a community of loyal shoppers, in more than 250 markets across the country. Shipt was founded in Birmingham, Alabama but a couple years ago opened an office in San Francisco.
For this year’s CityBeat Breakfast, we wanted to find new voices and fresh perspectives for the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. In addition to the Dignity Health CityBeat poll results, we did a survey of our own and asked some San Franciscans their thoughts on living (and playing) in San Francisco.
Chamber releases poll results showing homelessness remains top concern; broad support for housing and transportation projects
SAN FRANCISCO – Today the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce announced its Board of Directors has named Rodney Fong as the next President &
This year celebrates Cirque du Soleil’s 30th anniversary of the first time its Big Top stopped in San Francisco. Though Cirque has toured all over the globe, San Francisco’s love of the arts has pulled Cirque du Soleil back to the Bay year after year.
We are excited to announce our list of Award Finalists for the 2018 Excellence in Business Awards! Join us on November 7th to honor the great work of these finalists and celebrate the diversity and strength of the San Francisco business community.
San Francisco, October 2, 2018: Tallia Hart, President & CEO of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, has resigned from her role with the organization to pursue other opportunities.
Hart, who lives in Marin County, has led the organization since a nationwide search led to her hiring in January 2017.
Announcing our November 2018 Voter Guide. Take a look at our stances on key issues and state and local measures that could impact San Francisco businesses this coming election.
Ten years ago, when the term “cannabis business attorney” was considered an oxymoron, Ariel Clark devoted her practice to this emerging industry. She joined forces with Nicole Howell Neubert, who practiced law at some of the most respected corporate law firms in California,