Thank you so much to Chalkcar for livestreaming our event!
Come see Shareconomy Live at the Impact Hub in Seattle! Go behind the scenes of the documentary film-making process and join filmmakers Greg Westhoff and Jillian Suleski as they screen the extended trailer for their upcoming feature documentary, Shareconomy (currently in production). The trailer screening will be followed by live interviews and panel discussion about the current state of the sharing economy in Seattle, which will be filmed by the team for use in the final feature!
Kamal Patel is the co-founder of ÜbrLocal, an online social marketplace based out of Seattle for everything urban food.
Nick Licata is a Seattle City Council Member, in office since 1998. Seattle City Council has been in the sharing economy spotlight after the ride sharing regulation debates earlier this year.
Rebecca Lovell was appointed as the city of Seattle's Start-up liaison this Spring. Lovell is a start-up mentor for companies in the TechStars accelerator program and a University of Washington Foster School professor. She was also the business manager at tech news site GeekWire and program director for the Alliance of Angels.
Taylor Soper is a GeekWire staff reporter who covers a wide variety of tech assignments, including emerging startups in Seattle and Portland, the sharing economy and the intersection of technology and sports. A native of Portland, Ore., and graduate of the University of Washington, he was named a “New Journalist of the Year” by the Society of Professional Journalists.
This event is part of the final push to reach the goals of Shareconomy's indiegogo fundraising campaign! Please consider making a donation!
In addition to the "inside the actors studio" ambiance that will be created with full stage lighting, microphones, and equipment, the event will be livestreamed by www.ChalkCar.com : Driving the Sharing Economy.
The event is being held at Impact Hub Seattle in Pioneer Square on Monday, September 22nd from 5:30 - 7:30pm. This event is free but RSVPs are appreciated!