Who says its all work and no play at Hub101! Here is our take on one of our favorite shows, The Office.
“Quality over quantity”, was a driving factor when determining the best places with a staff less than 27 to work for, according to the Pacific Coast Business Times. The methodology for “the list” was based off of employee responses from a survey sent to small employers in the area, as well as independent research handled by Business Times. Hub101 ranked 6th.
Startup Weekend Conejo Valley results are in! Community members from all over participated in hopes of building a team to further their idea at the event, hosted at Hub101. Teams FIXN, LifeLeaf and ASIS took the top spots after building startup ideas and prototypes that captured the judges attention. Read more about the weekend experience from the perspective of Rose, a Hub101 intern.
The amount of knowledge I assumed in such little time was extensive, and also really helped me break out of my shell with the Cal Lutheran community. By meeting so many people and having great connections, I became naturally more informed and involved with my school which I am so thankful for because I probably never would have known the importance of it!
On July 19th Hub101’s Community Relations Manager, Greg Monterrosa will be accepting an award as the winner of Pacific Coast Business Times Latino Business Award in the Higher Education category. The ceremony will take place from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach.
The Latino Business Awards is an annual ceremony that honors business men and women in the west coast Tri-county area; Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo; to reflect their outstanding achievement as leaders in their communities.