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Tumml is about halfway through the Winter 2015 cohort! Our companies have been busy meeting with awesome mentors like Molly Turner @ Airbnb, Laurel Arvanitidis @ the City San Francisco, Chris Lambert @ Lyft, Ange Kingyens @ Version One Ventures, Kim-Mai Cutler @ TechCrunch, and the list goes on – many thanks for all the inspirational advice.

We’re excited to announce that Tumml company The Town Kitchen has launched its corporate lunch service in the Bay Area. We hope you’ll consider trying out their service for your next team meeting, corporate lunch, or conference. Use the code TUMML to get $20 off of your first order (ten order minimum applies). Coupon expires 3/19! Email to learn more about their business teaching culinary skills to at-risk urban youth while preparing delicious, local food.

And what have Julie & Clara been up to? They've been traversing the country to talk about Tumml, urban innovation, civic tech, women in management, and countless other topics! In the mood for a 30-minute learning sesh? Julie talks with Startups 4 Good here

**Final note: We're pulling together information on insurance options for urban impact startups. If you have any experience with the topic, broker recommendations, etc, please send them to We appreciate your help :-)


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Unilever is talking Benefit Corporation: will it become the world's largest publicly traded B corp?

Microsoft is betting that bluetooth headsets will revolutionize navigation for the blind.

The sharing economy isn't about sharing at all, says the Harvard Business Review

TechCrunch offers up "the new rules of going public."

A new development from a sharing economy pioneer: Airbnb has paid those back taxes to SF "in full."

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