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TaskRabbit Joins San Francisco’s New Sharing Economy Working Group

San Francisco, the new sharing capital of the world?

UPDATE: Here’s a recap of the event.

This evening, Leah will join leaders from other Bay Area collaborative consumption companies to discuss the role city government can have in promoting the shift to a sharing economy. Leah will be joined by Jessica Scorpio, Founder of Getaround; Joe Gebbia, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer for AirBnB; Jamie Wong, Founder and CEO of Vayable; and Jay Nath, Chief Innovation Officer of the City and County of San Francisco. This incredible group of innovators forms the core of the nation’s first Sharing Economy Working Group.

San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee, together with Shareable, SPUR,, and TechCentralSF, convened this group to develop policy initiatives to promote the sharing economy. “The growing ‘sharing economy’ is leveraging technology and innovation to generate new jobs and income for San Franciscans in every neighborhood and at every income level,” said Mayor Lee. “As the birthplace of this new, more sustainable ‘sharing economy,’ San Francisco must be at the forefront of nurturing its growth, modernizing our laws, and confronting emerging policy issues and concerns.”

We applaud Mayor Lee and the City Supervisors for forming this landmark civic partnership. If you’re in San Francisco, we invite you to attend the public forum.

For more information, read the press release from Mayor Lee’s office.

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