Did you know that despite streets making up over 80% of public space in cities, they often lack safety for pedestrians, bikers, shoppers, and socializing? Fortunately, some cities are leading the way by renovating and re-imagining streets as important public areas and thoroughfares.
Here in Los Angeles, Curbivore is excited to announce an in-person gathering on March 3rd in Downtown LA. This event provides an opportunity to experience technology that is shaping the future, meet with civic leaders, and connect with entrepreneurs. By coming together, we can ensure that everyone is included in reshaping our cities and businesses. This event is a celebration of organizations that are making this transition possible and offers a chance to sample some of the best cuisine and street food in the country.
Curbivore is a call to rethink restaurants and retailing, last mile delivery, TNCs and micromobility, and civic tech. This year’s speakers will include LADOT GM Connie Llanos, Uber Head of Grocery and Retail David Meers, Walmart VP Nav Chadha, Wonder Co-Founder Chad Lore, Tranzito CEO Gene Oh, Business Insider reporter Nancy Luna, Stellar Pizza CEO Benson Tsai, Kitchen United SVP of Strategy Corey Manicone, Sprinkles Co-Founder Candace Nelson, ItsElectric Co-Founder Tiya Gordon, and many more. Marquee partners include Uber Eats, Automotus, Waev, Pico Delivers, Tranzito, CurbIQ, Everee, Blue Systems, itselectric, and Nimbus. If your business is on the leading edge of this space, react out to Curbivore today.
Whether you’re a small business owner, civic leader, or have a technology idea, Curbivore needs your voice in this important conversation. Thirst & Growl is happy to be part of Curbivore and help reshape the future of street curbs.