What is the future of downtown office space in this Covid era? What influence will major projects such as Hemisfair’s Civic Park and San Pedro Creek have on the downtown economy? What about all of the construction and the impact it’s having on small businesses?
As downtown San Antonio continues to evolve, what are the economic challenges and opportunities on the horizon?
These are some of the topics we’ll discuss during our inaugural business mixer called Cocktails and Conversation.
Jenna Saucedo-Herrera, president and CEO of greater:SATX, will be our guest speaker, and Heron board member Mario Ochoa, co-owner of Sammis|Ochoa Public Relations, will lead the discussion followed by a question-and-answer session with audience members.
Here are the details:
Cocktails and Conversation with Jenna Saucedo-Herrera
4:30-7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6
La Ruina, 410 Austin St.
$15 early bird (through Nov. 22); $20 regular price
Register through Eventbrite
(Every guest will get one complementary cocktail ticket, plus La Ruina’s signature “welcome punch” for all.)
This is a first event of its kind for the Heron, as we continue to raise funds during our NewsMatch campaign. All proceeds benefit the San Antonio Heron, and our mission to play a leading role in strengthening the democratic process in San Antonio via a well-informed electorate.
NewsMatch, a national program that provides matching dollars for small nonprofit news organizations like the Heron, will match every ticket sold for this event.
The Heron is hosting the event in conjunction with the Center City Network and Sammis|Ochoa.
Come down and join your fellow downtown business owners and professionals, and learn more about the center city’s evolving economy, and enjoy craft cocktails from La Ruina.