Staff Reporter (Retail, Hospitality, Nonprofits)
Visit Conejo Valley, the tourism marketing association for Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks, is sponsoring a program called “Conejo Cash” to give eligible visitors at participating hotels a $100 Visa gift card.
Restaurants partner to benefit Bridge to Home.
Five restaurants in the Santa Clarita Valley have partnered with Bridge to Home for their 2021 Cowboy Chili Cookout, in support of the nonprofit’s mission to help the homelessness.
Bin Feng caters to schools that teach coding and computer skills.
Bin Feng prides himself on being an out-of-the-box thinker.
Bank gives $100,000 with plans for volunteers.
Wells Fargo Co. has partnered with Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission as the official corporate sponsor of the largest tiny home village in California, kicking off the collaboration with a large donation.
‘Hired gun’ handles threats from employees to Russian hackers.
Cybersecurity firm focuses on lawyers.
TECHNOLOGY: Market data firm raises $17 million, makes deal.
Market data firm raised $17 million, makes deal for provider of market analytics.
Chamber and SchlickArt display quarantine imagery.
Photo exhibit for charity looks at life during COVID-19 quarantine.
Los Angeles County beginning today entered the less restrictive yellow tier of California’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy, allowing increased operating capacity for many businesses while letting some other businesses open indoors for the first time in months, albeit with limits.
Input 1, a Woodland Hills-based digital billing and payment processing provider for insurance carriers, has been selected to service Universal Bank’s new insurance premium finance business.
SRAX Inc., a Westlake Village-based financial technology company, announced today that its stock surveillance operating system, Sequire, has grown to over 5 million retail investors.