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A recent regional labor market analysis and survey of local Santa Clarita businesses found the SCV is "preparing its business community to catapult to the next level very soon, and that the workforce is well positioned to support high growth industries in the years to come."
SCV Startup introduced its members to out-of-the box marketing techniques Wednesday and announced the group has been approved to hold a Startup Weekend event in Santa Clarita on Oct. 5.
Sales closed on more Santa Clarita Valley homes in June than in any month since March 2007, leading local real estate agents to report the housing market is rebounding from one of the worst national recessions in 70 years.
When blues singer Teresa James first entered the music business, it was hard to get heard without having a record deal in hand, she said.
Urging swift passage of the Fast Help For Homeowners, or FHFH Act, the California Association of Realtors praised legislation introduced last week by Congressman Jerry McNerney (D-Stockton).
Ross Dress for Less opened its third retail store in the Santa Clarita Valley July 14, shortly after receiving its certificate of occupancy from the city.
Benefits of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program were outlined to members of VIA at the industry association's luncheon Tuesday.
California home prices in June rose to the highest levels recorded in two years reported a research firm on Wednesday.
The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp. is in line to receive a portion of $1.25 million allocated by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors for economic development activities.
Stay Green Inc. received two big awards from the California Landscape Contractors Association June 29.
The pace of economic recovery in the Santa Clarita Valley slowed down, according to an April economic report.
Some 40 shareholders overwhelmingly approved the three legal actions put before them at Wednesday's Bank of Santa Clarita annual shareholder meeting, but not without voicing some concerns about the actions of the bank's leadership and its board of directors.
Shareholders are being asked to appoint James Bryan Batey, of Bakersfield, as a new member to the Bank of Santa Clarita's board of directors at the bank's annual shareholder meeting Wednesday.
After six years in the boutique retail wine business, VINO 100 of Valencia is closing at the end of July.
The Small Business Development Center, hosted by College of the Canyons, offers a wide array of services, many at no cost to new and existing business owners.