How people make a living today is very different from 10 years ago. And that’s the motivation behind the #imakealiving events sponsored by FreshBooks. Last month, the #imakealiving 2018 team made a neighboring stop in Los Angeles, CA.
San Francisco is the 7th city on our #imakealiving tour this year. Get ready to spend your evening with us over some drinks and great conversation. No matter what, we know it will be another inspiring event!
For this #imakealiving event, we’ve partnered with Elaine Pofeldt the author of The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business. Elaine, a veteran journalist who has contributed to publications such as Fortune, Money, Inc., Entrepreneur, Fast Company and Forbes, will moderate a panel of three San Francisco-based entrepreneurs who broke $1 million in revenue in a one-person business or partnership.
Event: #imakealiving powered by FreshBooks
When: Thursday, September 20th, 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM PT
Where: Dogpatch Studios – 991 Tennessee Street, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA
Details: The #imakealiving events bring together an eclectic group of small business owners for a lively, candid and often hilarious conversation. Part small business boot camp, part group therapy with a special keynote at the end, you’ll leave feeling inspired and motivated. Plus, you’ll get lots of actionable insights to take you and your business to the next level. And for the first time, #imakealiving will take place in the evening. A networking social will follow the main event with drinks and food for everyone attending!
Cost: The #imakealiving event is free to attend! After all, seeing you thrive is all the payment we need.
Elaine Pofeldt: A successful writer on one-million-dollar, one-person businesses for Forbes.com. Formerly, she was a senior editor at Fortune Small Business magazine. Elaine’s work has been published in Money, Fortune, Inc., Good Housekeeping, Dr. Oz and Marie Claire; on Medium and CNBC.com; and by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Zach Chen: A co-founder of Impressions Holdings, a software, web services and content marketing firm based in San Francisco and New York. The diversified company also develops media software and has built the company up to $2 million in revenue with no employees. It made the Inc. 5000 as the 20th fastest growing software company of 2017.
Wendy Colson: The founder and CEO of Boobie Bar, which makes nutrition bars for lactating moms. Her ultra-lean manufacturing business, which has been featured on Shark Tank, sells its products in major retailers such as Walmart, Target and buybuy Baby.
Jonathan Johnson: The founder of two related e-commerce businesses, DirectGov Source and PPEKits.com, which project a combined $4 million in annual revenue this year. DirectGov Source is a resource center for equipment/gear for law enforcement departments and other government agencies. PPEKits.com provides protective gear to protect workers in hospitals and other high-risk settings from infection.