Extensive Market Research Backs Co.’s Products; Plan Is to Scale Slowly
When Rachel Eva and her husband and business partner Shawn Michael noticed the rise in the craft cocktail scene a few years back.
According to the company, the investment will be used to create new foods and expand its footprint.
Trackforce, SmartDrive Lead the Way; Health Care Still Overall Winner
Tech companies led San Diego’s top venture capital rounds last quarter, bucking the region’s reputation as a biotech hub.
Access Trax Awarded $10,000, Plans to Make First Part-Time Hire
Connect All at the Jacobs Center’s first cohort of startups delivered their pitches recently.
Markstein Beverage Co.'s closure follows the acquisition of "key Markstein assets" in September by Anheuser-Busch InBev. The terms of that deal were undisclosed.
DEFENSE: San Diego’s Defense Role Brings a Giant Economic Impact
The Defense Department pumped an estimated $28.1 billion into the San Diego County economy.
Growth Accelerator Fund Competition to Support Startups
Two San Diego business accelerators were each awarded $50,000 from the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Growth Accelerator Fund Competition.
Company to Charge for App, Plans to Also Develop A Job Health Feature
Sean Rones, a Carmel Valley-based entrepreneur, didn’t realize his relationship was out of balance until he found himself at the therapist’s office.
REAL ESTATE: Biotech Draws Avison’s First Buy In San Diego Market
The commercial real estate brokerage and property management firm of McKinney Advisory Group Inc. based in San Diego has been acquired by Avison Young headquartered in Toronto.
RETAIL: Pricing, Action Sports Connection Help Drive Sales
In its first year in business, Blenders Eyewear, founded in 2013, sold about one thousand pairs of sunglasses.
STARTUPS: Good Ideas To Get Technical Backing
A new venture fund founded by two tech executives looks to invest in startups that are using technology to better others’ lives. Greatscale Ventures was founded by Aaron Contorer.
STARTUP: Company Went Through EvoNexus And Y Combinator
In 2010, when 25-year-old Nathan Resnick lived in China as part of a high school foreign exchange program and after starting his own fashion e-commerce business.
Connect and SDVG To Co-Host Contest For First Time
San Diego-based Connect named 21 finalists for its Most Innovative New Product Awards.