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Available Private Office Spaces at Union Cowork Glendora
Come check out our beautiful private offices at Union Cowork Glendora. We have offices for teams of 1-2, with room for expansion among our other spaces. Membership at Union Cowork Glendora also gives you access to our other locations in San Diego and the Downtown LA Arts District. We have three offices available, so please see the details below for each of them:Two of the open offices are both 100 square feet, in the downstairs portion of our building. Available for rent starting June 1st, 2023. $800/month
California’s water battles continue despite record rain and snow
BY DAN WALTERSAPRIL 5, 2023 On Monday, California water officials slogged through deep snow 7,000 feet above sea level, west of Lake Tahoe, to affirm what everyone already knew: A series of Pacific storms has generated record-level amounts of precipitation, filling reservoirs, inundating low-lying towns and fields and threatening more disastrous flooding as the Sierra snowpack melts. Its negative aspects aside, the immense amount of rain and snow is welcome relief from drought that has plagued the state
The Sol Center Ribbon Cutting
The Glendora Chamber of Commerce was pleased to help celebrate The Sol Center’s grand opening with a ribbon cutting. Ruth Robles MFT, owner of The Sol Center assists her clients to uncover their true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. At The Sol Center, Ruth assists clients with counseling for trauma, anxiety, anger management, ADD/ADHD, and others. Ruth works with individuals, couples, and families and offers telehealth. Please visit https://robleswellness.com/ for a full list of
With All This Rain and Snow, Can California Really Still Be in a Drought? Look Deeper
Only weeks after a series of atmospheric rivers deluged California, the state is once again bracing for powerful winter weather that could deliver heaps of rain and snow, including fresh powder at elevations as low as 1,500 feet. But as worsening climate extremes and water supply challenges continue to bedevil the state, officials cautioned residents Tuesday not to assume that the recent moisture signaled an end to the drought. The entire state remains under a drought emergency declaration that Gov.
Making Restaurant Ownership Affordable
Starting a restaurant can be one of the most exciting things you will ever do. It is fun to be able to create something from scratch and watch it grow over time. A restaurant is not only a business but also an art. It requires lots of creativity and hard work to make it successful. Successful restaurants have "a story" that they tell to the customers and they are able to create an unforgettable experience for them. If you’re interested in learning how to make restaurant ownership affordable, this
Holiday Strategies All Small Businesses Should Have in Place
As the holidays approach, small businesses need to start thinking about their holiday strategy. There are a number of reasons why a small business should have a holiday strategy. First, the holidays are a busy time for consumers and businesses alike. This means that there is increased competition for consumers' attention and dollars. Conveyance Marketing Group notes that a small business needs to have a plan for how they are going to stand out from the competition and drive holiday
A Glendora, CA Entrepreneur's Guide to Harnessing Innovation for Business Development
As an entrepreneur, you can use technology in many ways to give your business a competitive edge. From cloud computing to artificial intelligence, cutting-edge developments make it easier than ever to streamline processes and reduce redundancy at the workplace. Even small businesses without large tech budgets should consider getting tech tools. As Winman reveals, continual investment in innovation helps to boost productivity, enhance efficiency, finetune quality, and boost customer service. Discover how