ClickUp Wins The San Diego Padres

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San Diego-based workplace productivity software developer ClickUp reported this morning that it has been selected by the San Diego Padres, to power the team's IT operations. The company also said it will be featured in signage throughout Petco Park as the workplace platform of choice for the San Diego Padres. clickup diego padres workplace productivity software cloud saas

Accel Robotics Debuts Automated Market in San Diego

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San Diego-based artificial intelligence and computer vision startup Accel Robotics says it has launched a new, automated 1,500 square foot market in San Diego. According to the company, its new retail space is within Brookfield's luxury high-rise community, Vantage Point, in San Diego's East Village. accel robotics diego market automation automat convenience store retail artificial intelligence

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San Diego Angel Conference Backs Five Companies

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The San Diego Angel Conference, an angel investing effort which is run by the University of San Diego (USD) School of Business, says it has made investments in five companies at its conference this year, worth a total of $500,000. ucsd investment capital venture company angel diego

Micronoma Names Execs, Plans San Diego HQ

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San Diego-based biotech startup Micronoma announced this morning that it has hired three new executives, and plans to set up a headquarters in San Diego. Micronoma says it is setting up a new headquarters in San Diego with 4300 square feet, with plans to have their new headquarters in San Diego CLIA certified by late 2021, with a dry lab and two wet labs, one each for R&D and CLIA-associated activities, as well as office space.

UC San Diego Health Develops COVID-19 Test, Begins Testing Patients

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The UC San Diego Health System has developed a diagnostic test that can determine whether a patient has contracted the novel coronavirus in about eight hours.

Boingo To Provide Cellular Network For San Diego State Stadium

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Los Angeles-based Boingo says it has been selected to provide the cellular network infrastructure for the new, San Diego State Aztec Stadium. diego state boingo cellular network aztec telecomAccording to Boingo, it has been selected to design, build, operate and maintain a 5G-ready, neutral host cellular DAS network for the new stadium. Financial details of the deal were not announced. The new stadium is expected to be complete for the 2022 NCAA football season.

Lime Retreats From San Diego

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E-scooter company Lime is retreating from San Diego--as well as eleven other markets--in what appears to be a shift in the winds for the micro-mobility market startup world. Lime said that, in addition to San Diego, it is retreating from Atlanta, Phoenix, and San Antonio in the United States; Linz, Austria in Europe; and Bogot, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Lima, Puerto Vallarta, Rio de Janeiro and So Paulo in Latin America.

How San Diego Biotech Leaders Are Adapting to Coronavirus Concerns

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Local biotech executives and investors shared snapshots of life sciences in the time of coronavirus Wednesday afternoon at Xconomy’s Xcelerating Life Sciences San Diego event.

Zovio Boosts Hiring In San Diego

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Chandler, Arizona-based Zovio , a provider of education technology services, says it plans to boost hiring in San Diego, as well as in Chandler, Arizona and Denver, Colorado, as a result of soaring unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite the positive plans for hiring, it appears the positions might not go very far in an expensive market like San Diego: Zovio said the new positions have a starting annual salary of $42,000.

ServiceNow Eyes San Diego Investments As Part Of $100M Fund

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ServiceNow, the digital workflow and service management software developer which has operations in San Diego, said today that it has launched a new $100M investment fund, part of which will look at investments in San Diego. The company said the new fund is managed by RBC Global Asset Management, and specifically will look at investments in San Diego, as well as other markets were ServiceNow has a presence.

Solana Beach Company Chosen For Inaugural Startup San Diego Incubator

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BIO Shifts San Diego Convention Online

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The Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO), the biotechnology community group which had planned its big, annual convention for June 8th through 11th in San Diego, has shifted its convention to a digital-only conference, saying that it made the decision based on the impact of COVID-19, the safety of the attendees and global health recommendations regarding large, in-person gatherings. BIO had expected more than 17,000 attendees to its conference in June in San Diego.

Bootstrappers Breakfast - San Diego

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Friday, August 18, 2017 -- Bootstrappers Breakfast - San Diego. Join Other Entrepreneurs Who Eat Problems For Breakfast. Compare Notes * Exchange Ideas * Learn from Others Mistakes * Brainstorm with Peers. See [link].

Drones Over San Diego

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San Diego Tech Summit

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017 -- San Diego Tech Summit. Join your peers by registering now. Gather the key IT knowledge needed to be indispensible. This year's Tech Summit agenda is carefully designed to provide you with the latest IT trends and knowledge needed to make the best possible decisions on behalf of your organization.

Event Announcement: Xcelerating Life Sciences San Diego

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Reali Launches In San Diego

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Reali , a Silicon Valley real estate startup backed by Zeev Ventures, Signia Venture Partners, and others, has officially launched in the San Diego company. As part of Reali's move into San Diego, the company said it is launching a new nonprofit effort called Reali for Good, a program which will support U.S. reali real estate artificial intelligence realestate property listing market marketplace diego sandiego

Uber Pulls JUMP Scooters From San Diego

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Uber has pulled the on-demand JUMP scooters it runs in San Diego from the city this week, over frustration over the city's new rules over dockless scooters, which include permits, fees, and data sharing requirements. Those new rules--which include a fixed fee over around $5000 and per-scooter charges of around $150 per device--is an attempt by San Diego to rein in rampant scooters in the city. uber jump scooter diego politics legal lime limebike wheels

San Diego Biotech Entrepreneurs, Innovation Lead to “Maturing” Ecosystem

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San Diego has long been considered a second-tier primary biopharma hub in terms of number of companies and venture capital raised, falling behind the twin behemoths of Boston-Cambridge and the San Francisco Bay Area on those and other metrics.

San Diego Investor Forum / May 2019

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San Diego Forum. Monday, May 20, 2019 -- Keiretsu Forum. Angel investor event. See [link] (more

San Diego Tech Roundup: Ezoic, Trust & Will, Oska Wellness & More

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Summer can be a slow time in San Diego, but its startups have stayed busy. Based in Carlsbad, in northern San Diego County, Ezoic launched its platform in 2011. National blog main San Diego San Diego blog main San Diego top stories coding bootcamp Cody Barbo Entrepreneur magazine Ezoic National University Oska Wellness Sageview Capital SanDiegoVC Sanford Burnham Medical Research Institute startups T.

IT Consultancy Opens San Diego Office

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In another expansion by a company into San Diego, IT consulting provider Entisys360 said it has set up a new office in San Diego, specifically to expand its geographic reach. San Diego is one of the region's popular areas for expansion, with Apple announcing today that it hopes to hire 1200 employees in San Diego in the next three years.

Innovation Keeps San Diego’s Startup Scene Alive

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Cerf's Up in San Diego

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 -- Cerf's Up in San Diego is a series of roundtables to showcase San Diego’s Innovative Research and Technology.The event features a keynote by Dr. Vint Cerf, “Discovering San Diego Innovation”. link] (more

Endera Deploys EV Shuttles At San Diego International Airport

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San Diego-based commercial electric vehicle developer Endera announced this week that it has delivered 18, all-electric passenger shuttles for use at San Diego International Airport, which it says is the largest deployment of electric shuttles at a U.S. endera electric vehicle airport diego transportation cleantech

Study: Cybersecurity Industry Growing In San Diego

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A nonprofit organization focused on promoting cybersecurity and related jobs in San Diego, the Cyber Center of Excellence , says it has commissioned a study which has found that cybersecurity related jobs have grown in San Diego by 11 percent since 2016, with the industry generating $2.2 cybersecurity industry growth diego jobs employment economy

The Winners of the 2019 Xconomy Awards San Diego Are…

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The nominees and finalists for the first-ever Xconomy Awards San Diego were an impressive bunch, making it tough for our judges and the editors to pick the winners. After much discussion and debate, we decided that these winners represent the best of the San Diego life sciences and healthtech community. The award winners (listed below) were announced and presented with their trophies tonight at our sold-out awards gala in San Diego.

The 2019 Xconomy Awards San Diego Finalists Are…

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After an extensive review of the many nominees for the first-ever Xconomy Awards San Diego, Xconomy editors across the country and a panel of local experts together narrowed the list to 42 finalists (listed below) across eight categories. In the coming weeks leading up to the awards gala in May , we’ll be featuring brief profiles of all the finalists here at Xconomy San Diego. It was no easy task.

Meet the Xconomy Awards San Diego Digital Trailblazer Finalists

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San Diego’s prowess in computer science, medical devices, and life sciences makes it a natural hub of innovative digital health companies. The finalists in the Digital Trailblazer category of the Xconomy Awards San Diego highlight the wide variety of healthtech ideas emanating from local startups and big companies alike, ranging from virtual coaches for physical therapy patients, to experimental software designed to address Alzheimer’s symptoms.

Takl Expands To San Diego

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On-demand home services marketplace operator Takl said this morning that it has expanded in San Diego, its third major market in California. The company, which already serves Los Angeles, Sacramento, and the San Francisco Bay Area, helps connects users to service providers willing to provide a wide range of chores and tasks. The company says it has signked up more than 1,600 local providers in San Diego.

Agenda and Speakers Announced for Xcelerating Life Sciences San Diego

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The initial agenda and speaker lineup is now available for San Diego’s Xcelerating Life Sciences event on March 18 at Takeda Research in California.

Raken Expands In San Diego

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San Diego-based construction compliance and reporting software developer Raken announced this morning that it is expanding its footprint in San Diego, and has moved into a new space at make (cq) in Carlsbad. raken diego construction compliance reporting software growth expansion headquarters

San Diego Tech Roundup: Startup Week, Planck, TuSimple & More

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On the eve of the start of the seventh annual San Diego Startup Week, let’s learn more about the event—which is expected to draw thousands to its talks and gatherings—and take a look at some other recent tech news. Startup Week is produced by Startup San Diego, a nonprofit organization started.

San Diego's Express Logic Acquired By Microsoft

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San Diego-based Express Logic , a developer of real-time operating systems (RTOS) used heavily in industrial settings, has been acquired by Microsoft , in a bid to extend Microsoft's footprint into the real time OS arena. According to Microsoft, it will use the acquisition of Express Logic to expand its support for IoT devices, and as a complement to its security offering for microcontrollers, Azure Sphere.

Report: Qualcomm Cuts 125 In San Diego

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San Diego-based Qualcomm has laid of 125 employees in San Diego, part of a contingent of 269 employees laid off across the company in its data center processor business, according to a report this morning. According to the report, the layoffs come as Qualcomm has been winding down its data center unit, which now apparently only has around 50 employees--down from nearly 1,000 earlier this year.

These 10 startups chosen for San Diego’s first Startup Month incubator

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QuickPitch 2018 San Diego Venture Group

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San Diego Venture Group. Wednesday, October 24, 2018 -- John G. Watson Quick Pitch. 10 startups go head-to-head for over $75K in prizes. See [link] (more

QuickPitch 2018 | San Diego Venture Group

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Wednesday, October 24, 2018 -- San Diego Venture Group QuickPitch Competition. 10 startups go head-to-head for over $75K in prizes. See [link] (more

San Diego's Seismic Snags $100M, Joins Unicorns

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San Diego-based Seismic , a developer of sales and marketing software, has raised $100M more in a funding round, which values the company at $1 billion, the company said on Tuesday. The funding round came from Lightspeed Venture Partners, T. Rowe Price, plus General Atlantic, JMI Equity, and Jackson Square Ventures. The startup, led by CEO Doug Winter, develops software used to enable sales and marketing efforts in the enterprise.

AmazonFresh Expands To San Diego

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AmazonFresh , the online grocery and product delivery service run by e-commerce giant Amazon.com , expanded into San Diego yesterday, as the company starts to expand operations nationwide. The service--whic has been available in Los Angeles since last year, and also operates in Seattle and San Francisco--offers up same day deliveries of everything from grocery products to consumer electronics and books. amazon delivery grocery product diego amazonfresh

LunaDNA, Vivid & More: The Xconomy Awards San Diego Startup Finalists

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The finalists in the Startup category of San Diego’s Xconomy Awards (and other categories) show how much data security and privacy have become not just top public concerns but also the priorities of a growing number of companies. This is part of a series of articles profiling the Xconomy Awards San Diego finalists.

Celebrating San Diego Life Sciences: Xconomy Awards Gala Slideshow

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View the Slideshow We at Xconomy were thrilled to see such a great turnout at our first-ever awards gala in San Diego. About 250 people from the local life sciences community filled a ballroom at Estancia La Jolla Hotel & Spa (see photos above). As Greg Huang, Xconomy’s editor in chief, said in his opening remarks before a sold-out crowd on May 29: How far the region has come since Xconomy first launched here, back in 2008!

Instamotor Launches In San Diego

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Online used car buying and selling marketplace Instamotor said Monday that it has launched operations in San Diego. The startup--which already offers up its services in San Francisco and Los Angeles--lets users list, browse, and buy cars all through the company's mobile app. instamotor diego online used buying selling private party market marketplace launch