In spite of economic uncertainty, San Diegans supported the region’s nonprofits with generous giving in 2011, welcomed an old favorite back to the stage, and launched the world’s first Center for Surf Research while an optimistic hospitality industry looked to the future as it announced expansion plans, hotel projects and new restaurants set to open or get under way in 2012.
Craig Irving only had himself as an employee when he split off from what had been known as the Irving Hughes commercial brokerage firm in Feb. 2010. Today, The Irving Group has 15 employees, "and we are pretty close to our ideal size."
Marc Brutten, the chairman of University Towne Centre-area based Westcore Properties who has garnered 12 million square feet of commercial/industrial property from here to Switzerland, hopes to nearly double that within the next year.
Even in a healthy economy, successfully running a restaurant is a difficult business. But when coupled with the economic complexities of rising commodity prices and lower consumer spending, it can be dramatically harder to stay afloat.
Feb. 6, 2012 -- Biomatrica co-founder and Transcript 2012 Top Influential Judy Muller-Cohn discusses her company's mission and how it works with customers that are looking for an alternative solution to preserving biological samples.
Dale Stein, Partner of Voice Smart Networks describes how his thirty year old company can manage and maintain your company's phone, computer and entire intrastructure with their technology specialists and support.