Launch Pad’s creative and collaborative coworking space sets sights on economic impact in the city of Stockton
National coworking network Launch Pad proudly opened its newest location in Stockton on June 1, 2019. Launch Pad’s flagship location opened in New Orleans in 2009 and, after closing seed round funding to grow its national network, has since opened locations in Newark, Nashville and Memphis in the last year—with Stockton being the next city where Launch Pad will provide world-class coworking space, resources and community to help entrepreneurs and small businesses grow and thrive. Launch Pad has acquired the former coworking space Huddle Cowork and Create. Through this acquisition, Launch Pad will bring their proven model of funding, business growth support and technical assistance and national networking opportunities for small businesses that are part of the coworking space.
Carlos Villapudua, Former San Joaquin County Supervisor, has announced his Candidacy for the 13thAssembly District.
California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC), the premier business organization promoting the economic advancement of Hispanic entrepreneurs and businesses in California, announced today that its 40th Annual Statewide Convention will be hosted in Stockton, California.
JobRedi Foundation has launched a new internship program in which San Joaquin County high school graduates can gain experience in the workforce while taking college courses.
Stocktonian Michael P. Duffy will be honored with the 2018 Goodwill Helping Hands Award at a special Evening of Good Will event on Thursday, September 13 at the Stockton Golf and Country Club.
San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) announced today that, as part of a project team, it won the 2018 California Transportation Foundation (CTF) Award for Sustainable Transportation/Environmental Project of the Year.
Andrade to assume leadership June 8th
The San Joaquin County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce announced its Board of Directors has unanimously selected Jesús Andrade as the Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization.
The Board of Directors of the Stockton/San Joaquin Emergency Food Bank (EFB) has named longtime Stockton resident Rick Brewer as its new Chief Executive Officer. He begins immediately after an extensive search. Brewer comes to the EFB with years of experience in journalism, corporate communications and marketing. He succeeds Mike Donaghy as the new CEO.
The Downtown Stockton Alliance’s (DSA) Board of Directors has chosen Michael Huber as the organization's new Executive Director. Mr. Huber assumed his position with DSA on April 2, 2018.
First in series of job fairs scheduled for April 5; students, community welcome
San Joaquin Delta College is launching what officials hope will be a series of modern job fairs at which attendees not only learn about some of the region’s largest employers, but can also interview and apply for jobs that very email@example.com