Yerdle is a movement powered by people. Through the simple act of exchange, we are changing our relationships to our belongings, to each other, and the planet. This movement is bigger than any one of us. It represents a shift in the way we all shop, re-use and pass along the durable goods in our life.
Yerdle enables us to get what we need without breaking the bank, empowers us to turn our belongings into a gift for someone else, and facilitates relationships that make life rich. This ethos is what underlies the mission of Yerdle.
To celebrate our growing community, we are excited to announce: The first-ever YerdleCon!
YerdleCon will be a gathering of the Yerdle community for a day of inspiring talks, workshops, DIY activities and socializing. We’re throwing YerdleCon to bring everyone closer together, equip ourselves with new skills, inspire-gize, and bring new Yerdlers into the fold.
What: YerdleCon 2015
When: March 14, 2015
Where: Yerdle HQ, 501 York St, San Francisco, CA, 94110
What to do: Register for YerdleCon 2015
What to bring: An extra t-shirt -- to create your own Yerdle keepsake.
3/13 Friday evening:
- Pizza & beer with ProModerators and visitors from out of town. (If you are visiting YerdleCon from out of town, please let us know if you’d like to come to Pizza & Beer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org).
3/14 Saturday Agenda:
- 10:00 Registration and continental breakfast
- 10:30 Welcome with Andy Ruben, CEO
- 11:00 Product roadmap with David Merkoski, Head of User Experience
- 12:00 Lunch
- 1:00 Birds of a feather: discuss and present
- 2:00 State of the business, Andy Ruben, CEO and Mitch Lowe, CFO
- 3:00 Spotlight: community members
- 4:00 Closing remarks, Adam Werbach, Co-founder and Head of Brand
- 5:00 DIY projects HAPPY HOUR - make your own Yerdle t-shirt, etc.
- 7:00 End
*subject to change
Everyone is invited to attend YerdleCon, but you must register in advance so we get an accurate headcount for food. There's no childcare offered, and guests, +1s and friends are absolutely welcome....but they must register too!