Tag Archives: Southern California economy

Do Chambers of Commerce Matter in the 21st Century?

Decades ago, joining the local chamber of commerce was one of the premier ways of building a business’ reputation, network, funds and contacts. In today’s wired world, Yelp, Kickstarter and LinkedIn fulfill many of these needs. However, local communities need … Continue reading

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Mihaylo Center Supports the Southern California Business Community

A diverse community stretching from the beach towns to the Coachella Valley, Orange County and the Inland Empire has limitless potential for today’s entrepreneurs. The Cal State Fullerton chapter of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), housed in Mihaylo College, … Continue reading

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Why Can’t We Afford Housing in Orange County?

Orange County is one of the highest-priced housing markets in the U.S. The average home price is a record $657,500, and the average rent is $1,946 per month. Here is a look at why housing costs so much in the … Continue reading

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The Mihaylo Impact: 10 Alumni Entrepreneurs in Southern California and Beyond

From fishing rod business to mail-sorting company, Mihaylo alumni are busy developing innovative business concepts throughout Southern California and beyond. Imagine a company that enables individual and corporate customers to manage their snail mail from their computers. Or a nonprofit … Continue reading

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Mihaylo Economics Professors and SBDC Release their First Annual International Trade Forecast

The Mihaylo office of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosted the first annual Orange County and Southern California International Trade Forecast on Dec. 9. The report was delivered by Mihaylo Economics Professors Mira Farka and Adrian Fleissig. In today’s … Continue reading

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