What to Watch: July

With its creative population, Marin County is a place for innovation, design and entrepreneurship. Marinnovation highlights Marin’s vibrant, Creative culture and showcases technologies and ventures developing right here, right now. Marinnovation is an event where Marin County businesses show off their new ideas and cutting edge technologies.

Event Details

Tuesday September 15, 2015
4:30 – 7:30pm
Location: San Rafael

Cost: No fee to attend or exhibit

Complimentary food and beverages
Door Prizes!

What to Watch: April


You’re Invited:
A Stellar Networking Event with Funders!

Are you curious what angel investors look for?
Have you wondered how to do a crowdfunding campaign?
Do you want to know what bankers need to get a business loan?

Event includes appetizers, no-host bar and raffle prizes!
Wednesday, April 29th from 5:30-8:30 PM
San Rafael Community Center, 618 B Street, San Rafael
$10 pre-pay or $20 at the door

Click here to register for the event

What to Watch: March


Robert Eyler, Ph.D

State of the Economy

Thursday April 2, 2015

Robert Eyler will present on the global, national and state economic situation as context for doing business in Marin County for 2015 and beyond.  The attendee should come away with a better understanding of the economic forces likely to shape regional business for the next few years.

Click here to register for the event

What to Watch: January

Marin Business Forum Event
with Redwood Credit Union President & CEO Brett Martinez
“What You Should Know About Credit Unions and How They Might Be a Good Resource For Your Business”
Mr. Martinez oversees all aspects of the Credit Union, which serves 240,000 Members with $2.4 billion in assets. He will be giving an overview of Redwood Credit Union and discussing the relevance of credit unions in today’s market, how they compare to banks, their push towards financial literacy and the importance of establishing a budget for businesses and consumers. It will be an educational evening with insight into a sometimes forgotten, but important community focused financial resource.