InSoCal Connect has announced that Carol Caldwell will join its team as the program manager. Caldwell brings extensive experience consulting with technology firms, including start-up companies, in the software, biotechnology and communication industries.
TriTech's fourth annual funding forum, "Funding the Big Idea, Where Capital & Innovation Connect," will take place beginning at 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 28, in the Municipal Auditorium, located on 3485 Mission Inn Ave. in Riverside.
InSoCal Connect has announced its new headquarters at Swenson Advisors LLP, located in Murrieta.
Murrieta's technology eco-system was in Caypen Magazine from Orange County, which focuses on Southern California tech entrepreneurship.
InSoCal Connect and the city of Murrieta hosted a press conference Nov. 13 at which InSoCal Connect unveiled its new Innovation Assets Report for the Murrieta/Riverside/University of California Riverside/Temecula Innovation Corridor region.
As our esteemed guest speaker Greg Wendt would say, each and every person who attended was responsible for the great event Murrieta held recently.
The Murrieta City Council took action in February 2012 to approve the creation of the Murrieta Regional Technology Innovation Center at the former City Hall, located at 26442 Beckman Court, Murrieta.
A special business event will be taking place on Oct. 17 at the Murrieta Innovation Center located on 26442 Beckman Court in Murrieta.
Come meet with entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, inventors, service providers, government representatives and a bunch of other people who want to build sustainable businesses in Southern California.
Consistent with the Murrieta City Council’s designation of economic development as the city’s No. 1 priority, Murrieta continues to focus on encouraging the growth of technology and advanced manufacturing businesses in the community.
The city of Murrieta has joined with private sector industry leaders to promote the growth of technology innovation in the Murrieta/Temecula Twin Cities area.
Recognizing that it is the city’s responsibility to encourage the private sector to grow in Murrieta, the Murrieta City Council took action in February 2012 to approve the creation of the Murrieta Regional Technology Innovation Center at the former City Hall, located at 26442 Beckman Court, Murrieta. The 13,000-square-foot Murrieta Tech Center provides low-cost space to stimulate the growth of new startup high-technology companies in Murrieta and Southwest Riverside County.