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Before the Butcher Launches Private Label Segment

FOOD: Plant-Based Manufacturer Opens New Facility in Otay Mesa

In the face of COVID-19, Before the Butcher Inc., the Otay Mesa-located plant-based meat manufacturer, has somewhat altered its business strategy.

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San Diego Scientists Advance Oncology Innovation

Biotechnology and Biopharmaceutical Companies Delivering New Treatments to Fight Cancer

Among the many segments of life changing work being done in San Diego’s life science community, cancer research has a strong presence.

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Home Staging Company Started in a Storage Unit

REAL ESTATE: Specializing in Luxury Homes, BlueGrape Stages 250 Each Year

Akhil Bhargava and his wife, Pramiti Bhargava, started a home staging business out of a 500 square-foot Kearny Mesa storage unit when they moved to San Diego from India in 2003.

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Sayulitas Fuses Mexican, Filipino Flavors

Opens First Out-of-State Operation in Las Vegas

Sayulitas Mexican Food, founded in 2015, isn’t your typical taco shop. With six locations, the family owned and operated company infuses its fast-casual Mexican food with Filipino culinary traditions, says Rosa Flores, owner.

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Supply Chain Chaos Forcing Businesses To Pivot, Stockpile Inventory

MANUFACTURING: Shortages, Bottlenecks Hitting Local Manufacturers Hard

In recent months, San Diego furniture manufacturer Gil Martin has seen his company’s container rate charges for inventory shipped from Vietnam increase nearly ten-fold – “from $2,600 to as much as $20,000 per container,” said the CEO of Martin Furniture.

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Downtown Apartment Project Features a Metal Forest

Wilson and Basile Team Up to Create Intriguing Lobby

Interior designer Jules Wilson, founder and principal of Jules Wilson Design Studio, has partnered with Paul Basile, principal of Basile Studio, to create an intriguing lobby with a mechanical metal tree forest in Diega, Bosa’s twin-tower apartment project in downtown San Diego.

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Qualcomm Buys Driving System

TECH: Veoneer Deal Speeds Move Into Sector

Qualcomm emerged last week as the winner in a bidding war for Swedish advanced auto systems maker Veoneer and its state-of-the-art self-driving software suite ‘Arriver.’

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Healthcare Technologies Adapt to Patient Needs

Consumer-Facing Technologies and Apps Are Digital Tools for Local Providers

Healthcare organizations have transformed their offerings to meet patients where they are at. San Diego healthcare providers are using digital platforms and consumer-facing apps to streamline care options for their patients with everything from scheduling appointments to telehealth visits.

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Cybersecurity Field Has a Prime Opportunity to Diversify

TECHNOLOGY: In California, Tens of Thousands of Jobs Go Unfilled

Bad actors continue their assaults on the computer networks of corporations, governments and other enterprises, and the IT world is calling for reinforcements.

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Realty Income Expanding in Europe

REAL ESTATE: San Diego Investment Firm Closes on $214.6M Deals in Spain

A Carmel Valley real estate investment firm has closed on $214.6 million sale and leaseback deals with a grocery store chain covering 10 properties in Spain.

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ASML to Boost Staff, Fine-Tune Tech

CHIPS: Dutch Co. With Local Campus Forecasts Decade of Growth

Seeing fast and steady growth for its technology, ASML plans to grow its staff. With a San Diego workforce of approximately 1,500, the Dutch company that produces equipment for microchip foundries plans to grow its staff 10-15% in the coming year, adding approximately 140 employees in 2022.

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Fit Athletic Club Partners With 3Roots

Co. to Open Sixth Location in Sorrento Mesa Community

Fit Athletic Club, the 2008-founded fitness club chain, will soon open a sixth location.

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Plenty of Options to Study Cybersecurity

San Diego Programs Range From Master’s Degrees to Certificates

There is work aplenty in the cybersecurity space, with more jobs than people to fill them. Many people pick up experience in the military or on the job. Would-be workers also expand their knowledge through college.

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Synergy Health Partners Names New CEO

HEALTHCARE: Daniel G. Siegel to Lead Hospital Staffing Services Company

San Diego-based Synergy Health Partners, a hospital and physician staffing services company, has named Daniel G. Siegel as its new chief executive officer.

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SDG&E Awards Funds for Paradise Hills Community Garden

NONPROFITS: Paradise Hills Foundation Works with Urban Corps on Project

Paradise Hills, an underserved, urban neighborhood in Southeastern San Diego, is getting a community garden. This thanks to the efforts of local nonprofits Paradise Hills Foundation and Urban Corps of San Diego County as well as San Diego Gas & Electric.

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Fleet Week

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San Diego will be celebrating its 20th Annual Fleet Week Nov. 4-11. The San Diego Fleet Week Foundation is planning a full schedule of live events to honor and thank San Diego’s active duty and veteran community.

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Expanding Urban Opportunity

RESOURCES: $500K Given for Business Center

The San Diego Foundation is giving $500,000 to the Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce to help launch the Chamber’s new Urban Business Resource Center (UBRC).

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East County Commerce Center Sold

$17.8M sale

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Santee Industrial Building Sold

$12.8M sale

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The Cottage Gains Encinitas Location

29-Year-Old Mainstay to Open Second Eatery in February

As North County continues to beef up its hospitality offerings in hopes of becoming more of a destination, a La Jolla food and beverage mainstay is hoping to win over some of its customers.

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