Established as a non-profit corporation in 2001, Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County focuses on the economic development of underserved communities in California.
Inaugural $10,000 ELF loan to small business owner Geraldyn Sabalboro of A Healing Touch Medical Massage Therapy, Grand Terrace, CA.
Mission Viejo Ornamental Iron, Inc. in Rancho Santa Margaritawas founded in 1992 by Reza Honarvar.
OWB Packers, LLC and One World Cattle Co., LLC are the latest ventures of the Brandt family-owned cattle and organic beef enterprise controlled by Eric Brandt.
Soledad Enrichment Action, Inc. (SEA) is a nonprofit charter school and provider of gang intervention services based in Compton, Calif.
Grand opening of Rock & Brews on August 29, 2017 in the city of Downey, CA.
A collaboration between successful restauranteurs, chef Andrew and Juliana Copley, owners of Copley's and Anthony Marchese, owner, Trio's Restaurant.
Brewcaipa Brewing Co. is a craft beer brewery located in the historical Uptown District of Yucaipa.
Rock and Brews was named one of the fast-growing small chains in America offering affordable, high quality American comfort foods and craft beers.
United Transmission Exchange is an award-winning, uniquely positioned business, specializing in remanufacturing and servicing Allison Automatic Transmissions.
Shannon’s Pub was estabilshed on Second Street in the Belmont Shore district of Long Beach.
B Street Theatre is a nonprofit performing arts center with productions for adults and children, which have been delighting audiences in the Sacramento region for 25 years.
Robert Eggers, a chef who owned D.C. Central Kitchen for 24 years, decided to move to Los Angeles and bring his “community kitchen” along. Eggers’ community kitchen is rare, because it is a restaurant and a culinary training program that uses donated food to feed the hungry.
Pez Cantina is a Coastal Mexican-style restaurant and bar that serves sea-to-land dishes in an oasis-type atmosphere. The owners, Bret and Lucy Thompson, opened the 125- seat restaurant after being inspired by the cuisine in Baja California and Lucy’s family dishes from Mexico.
Family Service Association (FSA) is a nonprofit organization that provides services to children and seniors. Services include child-care, meals, education, and counseling. One of FSA’s key services is delivering fresh food to low income residents and seniors on “The Mobile Fresh Bus”.
It is our mission to assist small businesses throughout the California region to access capital to grow their companies and create jobs through its administration of capital access programs in collaboration with the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank.
Infinity Bank achieves approval by the California Infrastructure & Economic Development as a participating financial institution program member.
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development and Alice announce the Global Climate Action Summit Innovation Showcase Competition for small businesses and startups working to address the impacts of climate change.
Connie Bell, a business services professional with more than 20 years’ experience in a wide variety of back office management areas is partnering with the Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County.
A Newport Beach investment professional is bringing his expertise in financial management to the Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County Board of Directors.
The Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County has added a veteran economic development executive to serve as its deputy chief credit officer effective this month.
On March 16, the Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County and its partners received an Award of Excellence from the California Association for Local Economic Development for project financing to support the expansion of the B Street Theatre in Sacramento.
Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County has launched a new loan program aimed at aiding Southern California small business entrepreneurs who are located in underserved areas.
The Small Business Development Corporation of Orange County has received certification by the California Department of Insurance to function as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI).
On February 10th, SBDC-OC awarded a total $20,000 in grants to local educational institutions.
A journal article for the California Association for Local Economic Development by business development executive Michael Ocasio cites the importance of capital access programs to California’s present and future economy.