SD SERVICES

Big Names Opting for SDCP

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A number of high-profile local companies with a shared concern for the environment have inked partnerships with San Diego Community Power (SDCP), a new, not-for-profit ‘community choice’ energy provider.

Petco Park Offers New Menus as Padres Kick Off ’22 Season

SPORTS BUSINESS: Ballpark’s 70 Suites Are All Remodeled; Home Opener Set for April 14

Take me out to the ballgame … buy me hot chicken and an acai bowl? Of course. With the 2022 baseball season underway, the San Diego Padres are offering some very contemporary food and beverage options at Petco Park.

AristaMD Expands eConsult Platform

TELEHEALTH: Latest Funding Round Led by Cobalt Ventures

San Diego telehealth company ArtistaMD is expanding its eConsult (electronic consulting) platform, thanks to a funding round by Cobalt Ventures, a subsidiary of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City.

KBS Acquires Kimco Facility Services

INDUSTRIAL: Deal is 15th Acquisition in 4 Years for Oceanside Firm

Oceanside-based Kellermeyer Bergensons Services (KBS), which partners with leading operations and facility managers across North America, has acquired Kimco Holdings and Kimco Facility Services.

Sempra Pursues Additional LNG Business

ENERGY: Corporation May Partner on Wind Energy Project in California Waters

Sempra (NYSE: SRE) issued several announcements about its liquefied natural gas (LNG) export business in late March and early April, offering a glimpse of its business development process and potential future.

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USD Graduate Schools Jump in National Rankings

EDUCATION: Knauss Business School MBA Program Ranked #9 in State

The University of San Diego jumped in Graduate School rankings in the 2023 U.S. News and World Report’s latest look at major American universities.

Southwestern College Extends Outreach Across Border

EDUCATION: Expanding Binational Courses, Institutional Partnerships

With five campuses offering more than 200 programs and serving about 28,000 students annually in San Diego’s South County, Southwestern College has a vast reach – one its looking to stretch even farther.

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Feeding San Diego Leads the Way Working with Local Businesses to Rescue Food and Turn it into Food Assistance

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Non-profit organization’s food rescue model supports vulnerable populations facing hunger while simultaneously combatting climate change.

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‘Net Zero’ Energy Target Debuts in Vista

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Target has unveiled its first-ever ‘net zero’ energy store – and its located right here in North County.

Popular Boutique Bakery Adding SD Location

RESTAURANTS: Lady M Coming to UTC

Internationally renowned Lady M, a boutique bakery known for its multilayered cakes made of crepes, is making its way to San Diego County.

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New $10M Cerebral Palsy Center Debuts at Rady Children’s Hospital

ARCHITECTURE: Project is Revolutionary in Design, Patient Treatment

Ware Malcomb has designed a ground-breaking cerebral palsy clinic at Rady Children’s Hospital that incorporates revolutionary technology and designs.

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CARI Health Takes Top Prize at SDAC

HEALTHTECH: Company Developing Device to Monitor Addiction Meds

On March 23, SDAC IV, a University of San Diego Knauss School of Business program, awarded $300,000 to San Diego-based CARI Health – a healthtech company developing a device to monitor medications used in treating opioid addiction.

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TOOTRiS to Provide Employee Benefits to 3,000 at Mazda Toyota Manufacturing

Mazda Toyota Manufacturing of Huntsville, Alabama announced on Wednesday that it is partnering with San Diego-based TOOTRiS to provide child care assistance to its 3,000 employees.

Food As Medicine Finds a Home in Bonsall

RESTAURANTS: 19-Acre Farm is ‘Dream Come True’

On a sunny spring afternoon, Lan Thai, founder-chef-owner of three local Enclave eating establishments, sat at a picnic table with her 5-month-old Golden doodle puppy, Ziggy. “Sometimes I can’t believe this is mine,” Thai said looking over her property.

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New Treated-Water Facility Dedicated in Oceanside

The $70 million Pure Water Oceanside project that makes safe use of recycled water is officially up and running.

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