Sonoma Local Business
Local business in Sonoma, CA
9 hrs ago | via Bohemian.com
They've been at it for 20 years, but Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the gang from 'Toy Story' haven't aged a bit. Now you can bring the family for a special double feature of two holiday Toy Story short films playing on the big screen in Sonoma County for the first time. Comment?
Friday Dec 12 | via Sonoma Index Tribune
The Sonoma Valley Museum of Art is better-framed for the future this week, as the 16-year-old modern art organization was named as the beneficiary of a $200,000 "matching gift" from a local family. Longtime supporters, the McQuown family, have pledged to honor the matching gift over the course of two years, as the museum obtains the matching funds. Comment?
Monday Dec 8 | via Sonoma Valley Sun
Marcia Levy brings to the board experience in marketing, strategic planning and organizational development. She was most recently a venture partner of Venture TDF and Vertex Management, venture capital firms based in Singapore. Comment?
Monday Dec 8 | via The Business Journal
Tom Hawkins, chief financial officer and general manager of Don Sebastiani & Sons. He started in the wine business in 1981 and came to Don & Sons in 2009 as a finance executive. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via PRWeb
Sonoma, CA Holistic dentist, Dr. Peter Pang, now offers a rapid and effective treatment option for unhealthy receding gums. Dr. Pang is now specially trained in the Pinhole Surgical Technique , a minimally invasive treatment that results in immediate improvements in gum line appearance and health. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Eater
Prolific chef-restaurateur-hotelier Charlie Palmer , who's already got SF's Mystic Hotel and Sonoma's Hotel Healdsburg under his belt, has scooped up a third Bay Area property with his recent purchase of St. Helena's Harvest Inn . Today, he announced forthcoming renovations that will transform the eight-acre boutique inn into a full-service resort, strategically located in the heart of tiny St. Helena. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Business Wire
The rewards of corporate leadership accrue faster for men. Not only do women hold just one in nine of the executive and board positions in California's top 400 public companies, an annual University of California, Davis, study shows that the women in top executive roles are not being promoted to the highest levels, and earn less than their male counterparts. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Examiner.com
One of the perks of being a wine country travel writer is the people I get to meet and talk to. These include winemakers, wine educators, winery and vineyard staff, tour guides and drivers, public relations pros, media types such as myself and various other fellow travelers. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Sonoma Valley Sun
I am not a scientist, but I say: Thank Dog, the drought is over. Still, it should come as no surprise that those of us who see with our own eyes that all that water in the wine cellar means the drought is over are getting more than a little push-back from those atheists over at the National Weather Bureau. Comment?
Wednesday Dec 3 | via Independent Women's Forum
OpenTheBooks.com founder Adam Andrzejewski has just released a report exposing how the Small Business Administration has been making loans in support of a lifestyle better suited to the dreaded "1 percent" than helping regular " Americans start, build and grow businesses ." Over the past seven years, more than $67.23 billion in Federal Transfer SBA loans and guarantees were awarded to nearly 35,000 entities - all with a $1 million minimum amount. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 2 | via The Business Journal
Wine company Don Sebastiani & Sons, known for novel mass-market brands such as Smoking Loon and Pepperwood Grove, on Tuesday said it plans to launch a new venture that will focus on "craft-winemaking" brands. will be vertically integrated with winemaking, marketing, sales, and distribution aligned from grape to barrel to bottle, according to f "This is an opportunity for us to make an unqualified effort to promote our small-lot, appellation-driven winemaking," Mr. Sebastiani said. Comment?
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