Future City Conversations in San Francisco

Thought leaders discuss citizen engagement in Bay Area on November 17

We will look at how cities are building better means of engaging with citizens, better analytics and more community focused channels.”
— Jeffrey Peel

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, USA, October 13, 2016 /EINPresswire.com/ -- On the morning of November 17, 2016 - at a fabulous venue in the SoMa district of San Francisco - the Citizen2020 team will be meeting city thought leaders and discussing future cities and citizen engagement.

Citizen2020 is an international community and knowledge resource for city planners and strategists. The San Francisco 'Conversations Workshop' follows a similar event held in the United Kingdom just a few weeks ago.

The Editor in Chief of Citizen2020 is Jeffrey Peel. Commenting on the San Francisco event he said, "At the heart of our discussions will be how the cities of the future might emerge as they clamor for more power and self-determination. Challenges will arise as devolution advances and cities become more dependent on technology to be able to function and provide services to citizens across digital channels. It's for this reason that we're keen to get the perspectives of Bay Area city strategists and innovators. We'll be video recording our discussions and featuring them on Citizen2020."

He continued, "We will look at how cities are building better means of engaging with citizens, better analytics and more community focused channels."

"We'll be meeting with people from the Customer Service Center, City of San Francisco; The Silicon Valley Story Lab; and Stanford University - among others. But we'd like to meet with people from across the Bay Area city councils, think tanks, and universities. If people have a citizen engagement story to tell, a perspective or an opinion, they should contact us and think about attending the workshop."

Jeffrey Peel
Quadriga Consulting Ltd
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