Resonate Blends looks for ‘outreach’ to shareholders.
Cannabis holding company Resonate Blends enters a partnership with investor relations firm.
RETAIL: Pandemic-weary consumers want local beers.
A new generation of boutique brewers has emerged across the Valley region.
Lassen’s Natural Foods and Vitamins, the family-owned chain of 11 stores that started in Camarillo and spread across the Valley region and beyond, is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary.
David Emanuel at Compass locates the houses; Jacob Levy at Concept Renovation flips them.
Ember Technologies Inc., a maker of a temperature-controlled smart mug, has signed a lease for 25,624 square feet of office space at One Westlake in Thousand Oaks.
LIST: Large-cap corporations in Valley come out of crisis with increased value.
Public companies in the Valley do quick turnaround from the pandemic.
Everhome Realty Inc., a Westlake Village-based real estate technology company that helps homeowners sell their properties, plans to go public through a Special Purpose Acquisition Company.
RESTAURANTS: Company’s chains launch ghost kitchens and spinoff formats.
Dine Brands Global Inc. to expand with experimentation as its chains launch spinoffs and ghost kitchens.
Eli Tene of Century 21 Peak in Woodland Hills looks to cross sell coverage to clientele of new homeowners.
Peak Entities adds insurance to its portfolio of real estate-related businesses.
Robert Benlevi of Encino, was arrested for money laundering, bank fraud and false statements on loan applications for Paycheck Protection Program funds.
The nonprofit organization Local Initiatives Support Corp. Los Angeles announced Tuesday it is launching the Black Business Excellence Technical Assistance (BBET) Initiative to support Black-owned personal care businesses in L.A. County.
Zevia, the Encino-based beverage company, started trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker ZVIA.
Burbank, chamber promotion encourages restaurant patronage.
City and the Burbank Chamber encourage restaurant patronage as sector recovers.
Rail service, lender to prepare companies for bid process.
Metrolink has partnered with Lendistry to create a free small business partnership program
With California open again and the pandemic slowing down, you would think our state would start getting back to normal.