How can San Leandro best support your hardware company?
The East Bay is a vibrant and unique place with a growing entrepreneurship ecosystem where people desire to work, live, and play. As advanced manufacturing is a critical element of our growing entrepreneurship culture, the City of San Leandro is taking advantage of this trend. Whether you are running a hardware startup, an established fabrication shop or just have an idea fpr a hardware business, please take our 10-minute survey (begin the survey by clicking on the "Take the Survey" button below).
BACKGROUND: The City Council has established a goal to create San Leandro as a center for innovation, and the results include the build out of its fiber-optics infrastructure, the creation of a community filled with art (i.e. Truth is Beauty, murals) and its April launch of San Leandro by Design series focused on manufacturing. Now the City wants to engage its industrial businesses, from startup to established, in a conversation on supporting and accelerating the growth of hardware startups. The City also wants to facilitate connections between its established businesses and our hardware innovators to explore mutual interests. We want to understand what it takes to attract, build, and grow an ecosystem where talented entrepreneurs can make the products of the future.
Please take our 10 minute survey to tell us about your experiences, ideas, and challenges as a hard-ware entrepreneur or an established business owner wanting to learn more about the benefits of collaboration with hardware startups. Whether your organization is a for-profit, non-profit, or still an idea on the back of a napkin, we want to hear from you!
If you’d like to get more involved with the project, leave us your contact info in the survey and we will keep you in the loop!
For more information about this survey, visit San Leandro Next:http://sanleandronext.com/what-resources-do-our-growing-advanced-manufacturing-businesses-need-to-thrive/ .
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