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FASHIONTECHSF [tm]  Workshops, Fashion, Business, Tech & Networking

  • FASHIONTECHSF [tm] is the longest running monthly workshop and the original event series in the San Francisco Bay Area focused synergistically on building, promoting and educating the vibrant community of fashion and technology.Our mission is to create educational, social and business opportunities for the fashion and technology industries. From it’s inception in February 2010, FASHIONTECHSF.org has become the leading network for all things fashion and technology in Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area.We connect entrepreneurs, designers, app developers, bloggers, startups, job seekers, business professionals, students, investors, change agents, and numerous enthusiastic companies, schools, groups and individuals to valuable resources. We share our vision of a world-class fashion and technology industry that is innovative, disruptive and uniquely San Francisco.Networking parties are great for socializing, adding an element of education proves more valuable in positioning entrepreneurs to navigate the ever changing fashion/tech industry. We provide the edge and knowledge our members have come to expect. We have launched FASHION+TECHNY in January 2012, Fashion Tech Expo and the first Future of Fashion Gameference, in partnership with Innovation Management Institute, during San Francisco Fashion Week® 2012. FASHIONTECHSF.org recently garnered the award of Best (Educational) Workshop at San Francisco Fashion Awards 2012.Check out our Indiegogo campaigns. Read our blog.

 

 

 

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