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Home-Cooked Food Sale Legalization

Home-Cooked Food Sale Legalization

The California Senate’s voted on August 28, 2018, to pass AB 626, which would allow the sale of meals prepared in home kitchens and improve public health safeguards around the existing informal food economy, would benefit many of California’s entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs, especially women, immigrants and people or color.

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Without the fear of fines, AB 626 would permit thousands of existing home cooks to openly access business education and training on safe food handling practices. Small-scale microenterprises are an important tool for those who want to grow their business but don’t have access to sufficient capital to enter the commercial food industry. What’s more, this bill would protect consumers by ensuring public officials have access to the kitchens where the food is prepared and protect their rights to use existing public health reporting mechanisms if concerns arise.

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Bethany Payton-O’Brien Joins Tully Rinckey PLLC’s Law Firm As Partner

Tully Rinckey PLLC has announced that Bethany L. Payton-O’Brien has joined the firm’s San Diego, C.A. office as Partner. As a Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, she focuses her practice on security clearance representation and military law, including litigation, dispute resolution, criminal law and administrative law. She can represent clients before the U.S. Court of… Continue Reading

San Diego Magazine Announces NoteVault’s Heather Dueitt as Finalist in 2017 Woman of the Year Awards

Congratulations are due for Heather Dueitt of NoteVault – Best of Success in the Awards! The Construction and Technology sectors are famous for being primarily male-dominated, but there are a growing number of female executives that standout and shine in these fields. The San Diego Magazine has recently recognized this, and announced Heather Dueitt, the… Continue Reading

You Are a Powerhouse – Now Put It to Good Use

By Samantha DeBianachi  What do you do once you have broken the glass ceiling? Women everywhere are achieving far beyond what was thought possible not too long ago. For women, there is some work yet to be done, but in the business arena women are making names for themselves as serious power-players. Once you achieve… Continue Reading

Be Ready For Any Adventure With Sprigs®’ JakRak™ ​Hands-Free Coat Carrier

The ultimate solution to carrying your coat on the go. Make life easier and your load lighter with Sprigs®’ patent pending JakRak™, the ​perfect solution for carrying your coat on the go. ​Made for any adventurer, this clever device is great for hikers, city commuters, event goers, travelers and even errand runners! The struggle is real when it comes to traveling with… Continue Reading

ChicExecs: Setting The New Standard For Small-Sized Companies Entrepreneurs create a company culture worth recognizing

Take a walk into ChicExecs San Marcos HQ and you’ll be welcomed into a space brimming with inspiration and creative brainpower. The sun shines through the glass windows and casts a light on the focused faces of the Chic team, hustlin’ hard at their wonderfully white desks. Overflowing with an essence of beauty and elegance, the refined decor sets an… Continue Reading

Boost Your Productivity With Rebecca Howard

There are only so many hours in the day, so making the most of your time is key. As someone who’s been self-employed since the age of 23, Bella Bambino founder Rebecca Howard knows the ins and outs of fostering productivity. Inheriting her late husband’s business put her face to face with plenty of challenges, but with an eye… Continue Reading

Savvy Travelers Shares 5 Challenges Every Minority/Women Owned Business Must Hurdle

Savvy Travelers Overcomes Obstacles Savvy Travelers helps pave the way for minority and women-owned businesses.  According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of minority- and women-owned businesses is on the rise. There are now nearly 10 million women-owned firms in the country, which is a 2 million firm increase in the last five years.… Continue Reading