Announcing Curbivore 2022
Commerce Moves to the Curb
Outdoors - March 4 - Downtown LA
In 2022, Cities and Commerce
Depend on the Curb
These past two years have marked an unprecedented shift in how people view and use their cities, and the businesses that make them unique. Commerce has moved to the curb, and the new normal relies on delivery & pickup, and on retrofitting curbs, sidewalks, & disused real estate into civic spaces that work to serve everyone.
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Speakers & Experts
Keynotes, Panels, Workshops, Exhibits
Restaurants & Retailing
How can restaurants and retailers adapt in an era of takeout ordering and informal outdoor dining? How can businesses large and small harness new trends like pop-up kitchens and emerging platforms?
Last Mile Delivery
From huge purpose-built warehouses to repurposed old industrial spaces, dark stores and cloud kitchens are bringing new options to consumers at breakneck speed. What does this mean for mom and pop shops and the cities that love them?
Competing Curb Users
The curb was already a hotly contested space, but it’s getting even more crowded now that it’s hosting diners and delivery workers. What does this mean for the the world of startups also laying claim to the curb?
As curbs get more and more congested, our leaders need to think big and reimagine what their cities can be. Do they have the data, tools, and vision to ensure equitable access to all users?
Founder & Partner, Banana Capital
CEO & Co-Founder, Populus
Mayor, Culver City
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