One fitness franchise helped pave the way for businesses like OrangeTheory and Barry’s Bootcamp, and it started with a woman teaching classes out of rec centers in Oceanside.
City Council candidates Ray Ellis and Barbara Bry are both touting their business chops. For a district with a six-figure median household income, it makes sense that the candidates want to impress their peers with more than a go get ‘em spirit and commitment to public service.
Every now and then, a San Diego startup manages to create enough noise to drown out all that Silicon Valley buzz. The latest was San Diego’s GoFundMe. Here are five(ish) more that could break through.
As we wrap our quest to determine what factors are holding back local businesses, we’re adding one more to the list: Businesses’ own reluctance to talk openly about the challenges they face.
A trio of business owners took the mic Tuesday to share their stories – from airport woes to life as an entrepreneur in San Diego.
Tales of companies fleeing out of state and rosy business rankings for San Diego abound but neither narrative is all that helpful.
Natural foods company Kashi left San Diego last year for Michigan and recently announced it’ll be returning.
In the five years leading up to 2011, the region was a net winner in businesses moving from other areas. But we don’t know about the last two years.
In this installment, Catherine Garcia and Lisa Halverstadt lay out the highlights of the park’s footprint in our region’s economy.
Restaurateur Jay Porter, who shuttered his North Park restaurants late last year, explains why he left San Diego.