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Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of October 24, 2016, and beyond.
SPORT: Aqua Lung Looks To Pass Competitors With The Help of Michael Phelps
Quick. Name one of the biggest French companies in San Diego’s North County. One that balances showy, high-stakes athleticism with the silence of military covert operations. One built on a legacy of undersea exploration.
An international sailing competition known for staging high-speed races in exotic locales will make its debut in San Diego next year as part of a return to the Americas after six years away.
Some of the business events planned in the county for the week of October 17, 2016, and beyond.
San Diego Convention Center operators recently installed a new digital advertising system at the downtown waterfront facility, using high-resolution video projection technologies.
The San Diego Tourism Marketing District (TMD) has begun accepting applications from organizations for the potential funding of sales and marketing programs within the city of San Diego.
The San Diego Padres have fired team President and CEO Mike Dee, announcing the departure in a one-sentence statement on Oct. 12 that gave no further details. Dee’s replacement was not immediately announced.
Terry Buchholz has been appointed general manager of the 121-room L’Auberge Del Mar resort in Del Mar, operator Destination Hotels announced.
Some of the business events scheduled in the county for the week of October 10, 2016, and beyond.
Managers of Hollywood Casino Jamul–San Diego have chosen Monday, Oct. 10, as the attraction’s opening day.
SPORT: Accelerator Offers Aid, Advice for A Challenging Sector
With rolling hills and near-perfect weather, it’s no surprise that San Diego is home to a growing hub of sports-related startups.
SPORT: Chargers Release Study; Mayor Backs Measure C
The race to decide the fate of the San Diego Chargers’ proposed downtown “convadium” has reached its noisy home stretch — signaled by a wave of high-profile endorsements, media advertisements, opposing press conferences and dueling consultant studies.
A presentation on Tuesday of a San Diego Chargers-funded economic impact study contends that the $1.8 billion stadium with convention facilities will create nearly $400 million in annual regional economic impact.
Irvine-based public charter service JetSuiteX, a subsidiary of jet charter company JetSuite, will begin flights from Carlsbad to San Jose on Oct. 17, the company recently announced.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer has endorsed Measure C, the San Diego Chargers’ November ballot proposition to finance a $1.8 billion downtown stadium with convention facilities, after the team agreed to eight conditions including a cap on project costs.