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TechEquity partners with companies to deepen employee civic engagement, develop policy positions on local and state issues, and provide strategic support on community engagement.

Our partnerships support companies interested in building policy and community engagement strategies. We also collaborate with employee experience and people operations teams to bring meaningful employee engagement opportunities to the workplace. We bring expertise in navigating California’s political ecosystem and established connections to community organizations to the table.

Learn more about how your company can partner with us.

Implementing meaningful community engagement strategies strengthens resilience and embeds an ethos of equity in company culture.

  • Equitable hiring strategies
  • Employee onboarding
  • Working with responsible vendors
  • Building relationships with community organizations

Engaging in policy change creates opportunities to leverage your platform for good and increase trust with community stakeholders.

  • Supporting local & state policy engagement 
  • Developing advocacy strategies
  • Engaging key policymakers

Investing in employee civic education builds a foundational understanding of the critical equity issues impacting our communities. 

  • Ballot education
  • Deep dives on critical equity issues
  • Speaker series with local experts
  • Volunteer and training opportunities with community partners

The Bay Area is uniquely poised to be both pro-technology and pro-worker. While this town is rooted in extraordinary innovation, each platform, each company, and each entrepreneur has a responsibility to also invest in the kind of R&D that offers inclusive and equitable economic outcomes for anyone who this place home. Postmates is proud to work with TechEquity, as an important thought partner in navigating the regional & state policy ecosystem, in order to advocate for outcomes that builds a California for all.

Vikrum Aiyer, VP of Public Policy & Strategic Communications at Postmates
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