The sharing economy has grown at a staggering rate, well on its way to being a $100 billion dollar industry. San Francisco sits at the heart of the growing peer-to-peer world and just about all of us have experienced home, ride and service sharing by now. Stepping beyond the role of consumer and into the role of real estate industry owners, operators and developers, how is the sharing economy shaping this industry?
Join ULI San Francisco and real estate sharing economy pioneers, for a look into their business models, major challenges and drivers within the industry, where opportunities for developers may exist, and where this new economy is headed.
This panel will look at the changing dynamics in ownership and use of residential and office asset classes, tackle difficult questions on limits of the sharing economy and discuss how your business can learn to plan and adapt.
Kyle Ladewig, Founder, Tech & Timber Consulting
Sterling Jawitz, Head of Real Estate Partnerships, Common
Emily Stapleton, General Manager Ford GoBike, Bay Area Motivate
Alex Ward, Special Projects Lead, AirBnB
Eric Zellhart, Director of Product & Growth, LiquidSpace
6:00 – 6:15 pm – Registration & Networking
6:15 – 7:15 pm – Panel Discussion
7:15 – 7:30 pm – Q&A
7:30 – 8:00 pm – Hosted Reception
Members / Nonmembers
Private Sector $45 / $60
Public Sector & Nonprofit $40 / $55
YLG $35 / $50
Student $30 / $45
Thank you to Urban Fabrick for their generous support of this panel!