Sacramento’s Webconnex will announce today that its online fundraising and event platforms crossed a big milestone Thursday, processing $1 billion in sales transactions for charities, event organizers, companies and individuals.
The headquarters of Sacramento’s Balanced Body definitely stands out now from its neighbors in the Florin Fruitridge Industrial Park, thanks to a 14,000-square-foot mural commissioned by the company’s owner, Ken Endelman.
Sacramento’s Taber Furniture Co. will be closing its doors in June after 83 years in business on Del Paso Boulevard, and third-generation owner Dawn Taber Schneider has already begun the going-out-of-business sales.
Off the Grid returned Saturday to The Barn in West Sacramento with its free outdoor food festivals, and attendees will be getting a taste of a craft brewer that will become a fixture at the site, San Leandro-based Drake’s Brewing Co.
The state of California is introducing a new loan program that will provide micro-loans of $500 to $10,000 to entrepreneurs and nonprofit founders whose organizations could bring jobs to the poorest neighborhoods.
Interior designer Kerrie Kelly is expanding her business into a second location in midtown Sacramento that will allow designers and retail customers to see the furnishings, finishes and hardware sold under her 42nd Street brand.
Off the Grid will return to The Barn in West Sacramento from 5-10 p.m. Saturday with its free outdoor food festival, and the inaugural event will give attendees to get a taste of the craft brewer that will become a fixture at the site, San Leandro-based Drake’s Brewing Co.
Come June 1, angel investor, entrepreneur and radio show host Mark Haney will be moving his business broadcast, “Entrepreneurs Unlimited,” up the dial to iHeart’s Talk 650 KSTE from CBS Sports 1140 KHTK.
Civic leader Carol Borden did not gain her status because of wealth or family connections, her friends and family said, but rather it was her determination, intellect and compassion that secured her seat at the table and allowed her to leave legacies that endure beyond her death.
Selected from 1,500 businesses nationwide, Sacramento’s Animal Den Pet Resort made the finalist cut in SCORE’s fourth annual American Small Business Championship and has a shot at winning a $25,000 grand prize.
Rocklin’s Tallac Networks patents software technology that gets a network up and running, then self-monitors the connection to ensure everything’s working properly. Company founders say most glitches typically can be repaired remotely.
Folsom High School and Rio Americano High School share the national honor of having the best high school jazz band. Other schools from middle school through college also were honored. DownBeat magazine will publish the Student Music Awards in its June issue.