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TECHmunch San Francisco
August 26, 2016 @ 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
GIVING BACK: This year’s TECHmunch will be held at the Women’s Building (Mission District) and all venue fees will go to support local programs to help the community.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone serious about creating great culinary content (e.g., food and lifestyle bloggers, recipe writers, traditional content developers and cookbook authors) as well as the brand marketers/PR reps and food/lifestyle startups who want to work with them.
The traveling TECHmunch conference is produced by Webby and IACP honored BakeSpace.com — a leader in online food content and community with a tasty grassroots approach. TECHmunch San Francisco is co-produced locally by Sean Timberlake (Founder, PunkDomestics.com) Interested in sponsoring TECHmunch? Sign up today!
|9:00am||DOORS OPEN / BREAKFAST TASTING||Sponsored by Got Milk (Recipes created by The Culinary Dude), True Story Foods and BlendFresh|
|9:45am-10:15am||BLOG TO BRAND: HOW TO BUILD A POWERFUL ONLINE BRAND||Elise Bauer (Founder, SimplyRecipes.com), Michelle Tam (Founder, nomnompaleo.com), Gabi Moskowitz (Founder, BrokeAssGourmet.com) and Moderator, Dianne Jacob (Author, diannej.com)|
|10:20am-10:45am||LAUNCHING A FOOD BIZ CHAT||Eileen Joy Spitalny (Co-Founder, Fairytale Brownies), Lisa Q Fetterman (Co-Founder, Nomiku.com), Lisa Rogovin (Edible Excursions) and Moderator, Erik Deutsch (Excelpr.com)|
|11:00am-11:30am||PINTEREST TIPS||Irvin Lin (Founder, eatthelove.com), Nik Sharma (Founder, abrowntable.com), Moderator, Julie Gallaher (Founder, getonthemap.us)|
|11:40am-12:00pm||PLATING INSTAGRAM WORTHY PHOTOS PRESENTATION||Hetal Vasavada (Milk and Cardamon & Taste Lab Ventures Consulting|
|12:05pm-12:35pm||CROWDFUNDING YOUR COOKBOOK||Kathy Strahs (Author / Founder, PaniniHappy.com), Hank Shaw (Author, Founder, honest-food.net), Leslie Jonath (connecteddotsmedia.com) and Moderator Cheryl Sternman Rule (Founder, TeamYogurt.com)|
|12:35pm-1:35pm||LUNCH||Sponsored by BakeSpace.com, CookbookCafe.com, Got Milk, True Story Foods, Blend Fresh & Fairytale Brownies|
|1:35pm-1:50pm||BEYOND THE BLOG: MEET COOKBOOK CAFE||Babette Pepaj (BakeSpace.com & CookbookCafe.com)|
|1:55pm-2:25pm||WORKING WITH BRANDS: ADVICE FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE TABLE||Jim Lin (VP Digital Strategist, Ketchum & Founder, Busy Dad Blog) and Moderator, Erik Deutsch (Excelpr.com)|
|2:35pm-2:55pm||EMERGING VIDEO TECH||Presenter: Christina Michelle Bailey (Digital Strategy & Business Development Consultant, distributedbytes.com)|
|2:55pm-3:10pm||NETWORKING BREAK||Stop by Got Milk, Blend Fresh and True Story Foods Booths!|
|3:10pm-3:25pm||IMPROVING USER ENGAGEMENT IN TODAY’S MOBILE AND SOCIAL WORLD||Presenter: Nancy Hwang, Manager, Acquisitions and Growth Marketing (Online Partnerships Group), Google|
|3:30pm-4:00pm||DISRUPTING THE SAN FRANCISCO FOOD SCENE||Emily LaFave Olson (Co-Founder, Din.co), Simone Stotzoff (Director of Communications, Josephine.com), Adam Zolot (eatfeastly.com) and Moderator and Monderator Sean Timberlake (Founder, PunkDomestics.com)|
|5:00pm-6:30pm||MIXER HOSTED BY MYRAID (the Castro’s new Market Hall) Please walk or Uber to Venue. It’s very close.||
PARKING INFO FOR THE WOMEN’S BUILDING – SEE HERE VENUE: THE WOMEN’S BUILDING 3543 18th Street San Francisco, CA 94110 United States Phone: 415- 431-1180
ABOUT SPONSORS: CMPB (@GotMilk): The California Milk Processor Board was established in 1993 to make milk more competitive and increase milk consumption in California. Awareness of got milk? is over 90% nationally and it is considered one of the most important and successful campaigns in history. Got milk? is a federally registered trademark that has been licensed by the national dairy boards since 1995. The CMPB’s Spanish-language campaign began in 1994 using the tagline “Familia, Amor y Leche” (Family, Love and Milk). The TOMA LECHE (Drink Milk) campaign replaced it in 2006, in order to better align the English and Spanish language work. The CMPB is funded by all California milk processors and administered by the California Department of Food and Agriculture. See more at: www.gotmilk.com True Story Foods is committed to providing healthy and sustainable natural and organic meat. The company is rooted in true stories of farmers and ranchers; chefs who believe in using simple ingredients to craft honest food; and families striving to eat well. All meat comes from animals raised humanely without antibiotics or added hormones. Products are crafted from clean ingredients, without the use of synthetic nitrates or nitrites, artificial ingredients, and preservatives. Connect with the brand on Twitter @TrueStoryFoods, Instagram@TrueStoryFoods, and Facebook at www.facebook.com/