“How Technology Transforms Lives at the Base of the Pyramid” Salon Dinner February 28th, 2013

DELANCY STREET RESTAURANT (SOUTHWEST ROOM) | 7PM

600 Embarcadero @Brannon, San Francisco | View Map

Event Details

Salons are a time-honored forum for discussion and exchange of ideas.  SF +acumen is continuing this tradition by hosting a monthly series of salons inspired by the values and principles of Acumen Fund, at local restaurants who share our values and moral leadership within their communities.

There are no right or wrong answers and we’re not trying to solve problems by the end of each night. The purpose of the Salon is simply to have a great conversation with really interesting people. SF+acumen chapter members will be at each table to help guide the conversation.

This month’s conversation theme is “How can Technology Transform Lives at the Base of the Pyramid”

Husk Power Systems

Upon purchase of your ticket you’ll receive 4 course dinner, with also the content (video and short stories) via email along with an overview of what to expect throughout the evening.  We will also have one of our chapter leader, Michael Wray speak of his recent travel to India with his social impact work.

We look forward to seeing you at the Salon Dinner on (February 28th)  and to many great conversations.

Please see below for ticket information.

Tickets + Info

Tickets are on a first come first serve basis and are limited to 10 seats for a more intimate evening. Your Salon ticket includes appetizer, salad, entrée, dessert and beverage from the wonderful kitchen at Delancy Street Restaurant, with your choice of entrée for $35. We partnered with Delancy Street Restaurant for their mission as a key training school of the Delancy Street Foundation to help people who have hit bottom to completely rebuild their lives.

$35