Quarterfinalists in the 2013 San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge will vie for $24,000 in cash and business services in the first round of the “American Idol”-style competition.
Amalia’s Cocina is an inspirational story of success for women, grass-roots entrepreneurs and Mexican-Americans living in the Central Valley.
San Joaquin Angels, along with regional educational institutions and economic development groups, are offering at least $10,000 in cash and $14,000 in professional services to the two entrepreneurs who win the “American Idol”- style San Joaquin Entrepreneur Challenge.
The leaves are changing and thoughts soon will turn to the holiday season. That means the end of 2012 is fairly close at hand.
Sutter Gould Medical Foundation recently named Robin Clark to fill the position of director of philanthropy.
WASHINGTON, DC – A House subcommittee will hold a hearing later this week in Stockton on disaster preparedness for the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.
A Modesto-based publisher of healthcare business information has announced it is launching HealthshareTV, a social site that will allow professionals search, browse, and view relevant healthcare videos.
MANTECA – A San Joaquin County winery is helping home winemakers get off the ground with two upcoming workshops.
With temperatures high, CalOSHA is reminding employers to protect their outdoor workers from the heat.
TRACY – Elizabeth Sayre has been named arts education coordinator at the Grand Theatre for the Arts, the city’s Cultural Arts Division announced recently.