Posts By: Kyra Geithman

Partner Spotlight: Keller Williams San Francisco

The San Francisco branch of Keller Williams launched in May of 2016 and has quickly become one of the fastest-growing real estate brokerages in the area, nearly doubling its number of producing agents over the last year. Their mission is to employ the highest quality real estate agents to provide clients with the best real… Read more »

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UniteSF: Highlights from October 2017

The SF Chamber’s UniteSF program is dedicated to convening leaders in the business and education communities to collaborate to help students prepare for college and today’s global economy and workforce. UniteSF is a foundation program of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and reflects our commitment to promote business engagement by strengthening educational pathways from… Read more »

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Partner Spotlight: Wallbeds “N” More

Wallbeds “N” More offers semi customizable, made-to-order Murphy beds and wallbeds that provide space-saving solutions that fit any lifestyle. A national company, Wallbeds “N” More just opened their first San Francisco location owned and operated by San Francisco native Eric Partridge. Read more in our Partner Spotlight with Eric. What motivated you to own a… Read more »

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Minority-Owned Small Business Partner Spotlight powered by First Republic Bank: YCAT-C

Yolanda’s Construction Administration and Traffic Control (YCAT-C) is an African-American woman-owned business that offers a range of administrative and traffic control services to support public and private sector clients on engineering and construction projects. Based in Bayview-Hunters Point, YCAT-C staff represents extensive experience with the transportation industry, including rail transit and highway/roadway projects, as well… Read more »

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2017 Mid-Year San Francisco Legislative Scorecard

In line with our agenda for prosperity released earlier this year, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce works to encourage City Hall to prioritize legislation and policies that support San Francisco employers. View our scorecard from the first half of 2017 below. To download the PDF, click here.

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Partner Spotlight: Catholic Charities

Founded in 1907 and rooted in our faith traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities supports families, aging adults and adults with disabilities, and youth through social services and opportunities for healthy growth and development. Read more in our Partner Spotlight below. What prompted you to start Catholic Charities in the Bay Area? Catholic Charities… Read more »

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Partner Spotlight: SHN

SHN is the preeminent theatrical entertainment company in the Bay Area, bringing live entertainment experiences to San Francisco’s premier venues. SHN presents current hits fresh from Broadway, original Broadway cast productions, pre-Broadway premieres and one-of-a-kind events that are at the forefront of the national theater scene. Read more in our Partner Spotlight with SHN’s chief… Read more »

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Partner Spotlight: Hebrew Free Loan

Hebrew Free Loan is a nonprofit that promotes self-sufficiency and financial responsibility in the Northern California Jewish community. The organization provides interest-free loans to Jewish individuals and families throughout Northern California. Loans help people overcome challenging financial situations or realize lifelong dreams. Loan types include business, debt consolidation, emergency, first time homebuyer, health care, special… Read more »

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Partner Spotlight: Safesite

Safesite is a data driven safety management platform that leverages the latest mobile, IoT and wearable technologies to facilitate safety communication, improve compliance and reduce incident rates on construction worksites. Their mission is to make every worker a safety champion. Read more in our Partner Spotlight with CEO Peter Grant. What was the motivation behind… Read more »

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Partner Spotlight: Cengage

Cengage is the education and tech company built for learners. The company serves the higher education, K-12, professional, library and workforce training markets worldwide by creating learning experiences that build confidence and momentum toward the future students want. The company has 5,000 employees residing in nearly 40 countries. Read more in our Partner Spotlight with… Read more »

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