Logix 10/9/2015

When Logix Federal Credit Union announced in mid-August that it had decided to relocate its headquarters, Burbank lost a partner that had operated out of the city since 1937 and Santa Clarita gained another new firm that will increase the number job options for local residents. Originally founded as the …

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Vista Valencia with Jim Backer 2/6/2015

Jim Backer Principal of JSB Development Developer of the Vista Canyon project located in Canyon Country nearby Sand Canyon and Fair Oaks Ranch SCVBJ: Describe the project at Vista Canyon. Backer: It’s a multi-use residential, commercial office and retail, recreational, and transportation hub community. There is approval for 1,100 homes, …

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When Math and Music Add Up

Cellist Alex Bozman, a former engineer, is now an entrepreneur. By Mark Madler San Fernando Valley Business Journal Monday, December 15, 2014 Here’s an interesting approach to innovation: Nuhubit Software Studio wants to get the word out that learning can be fun – but is no joke. The Santa Clarita startup …

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City Opens Business Incubator

The Signal November 19, 2014 By Jana Adkins, Signal Business Editor The city of Santa Clarita threw open the doors of its new business incubator and welcomed the first four startup tenants on Tuesday morning at the old Newhall Library on 9th Street. After welcoming a group of local leaders …

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A Deeper Look at Lean Manufacturing

By Jana Adkins, Signal Business Editor  August 25, 2014 Tour provides SCV Economic Development Corp.’s Aerospace and Defense Coalition with a lesson in efficiency Highlighting two of Santa Clarita’s core industries – aerospace and defense, and advanced manufacturing, the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corp.’s Aerospace and Defense Coalition toured …

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Sunkist Moving to Valencia Headquarters

By Jana Adkins, The Signal   August 13, 2014 The grower-owned citrus marketing cooperative purchased the Santa Clarita building in late August Sunkist Growers, the 120-year old grower-owned citrus marketing cooperative, announced Tuesday that it is now planning its move into the Valencia office building from Sherman Oaks in September. The …

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Making Waves

  By Stephanie Forshee – San Fernando Valley Business Journal – Monday, August 25, 2014 Valencia offices playing key role in resurgent Cunard Line At the Helm: Stanley Birge, vice president North American operations, at local headquarters. Photo by Photo by David Sprague When the Cunard Line heads to Hamburg, Germany, freeway …

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Getting Productive

By Mark Madler – San Fernando Valley Business Journal    Monday, August 11, 2014 A manufacturing rebound has helped the recovery despite little job growth. One answer to the riddle can be found in new technologies boosting shop-floor efficiency. Like many manufacturing companies in Southern California, aerospace parts supplier B&B Manufacturing …

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Company Adds Layers and Layers of Complexity

By Joel Russell – San Fernando Valley Business Journal – Monday, August 11, 2014 3-D printing isn’t new – the earliest version dates to the mid-1980s – but in the last few years it has become the biggest buzz in manufacturing as the technology has made huge leaps. That means Solid …

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Foreign Trade Zone Benefits Touted for Local Businesses

By Jana Adkins, SCVBJ Writer Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal – April 2014 Touting the benefits of Santa Clarita’s Foreign Trade Zone, the region’s economic development entity sponsored a seminar in March for local businesses. A Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) may allow companies to import or export materials or goods …

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