In 2012, Blaze Pizza founders Elise and Rick Wetzel pioneered a blazing-fast way to cook pizza — right here in Irvine.
It all began in 2009 when Irvine couple Urania and Charlie Chen visited a Hello Kitty Cafe while in Taiwan.
Sisters tap into the city’s innovation ecosystem to launch a company.
Irvine is positioned to be a global leader in innovation, says Neil Sahota, an IBM Master Inventor, author on artificial intelligence and UCI lecturer.
Irvine has long been a world leader in science, medicine and technology.
Irvine’s business environment evolved in 2019, and so did ways to lease office space.
Irvine’s retail is thriving as continual reinvestment creates shopping experiences that meet consumer demands.
Here is something you may not know about In-N-Out: The cultural icon’s headquarters is in Irvine.
Irvine chef Shachi Mehra has won the popular Food Network reality cooking show “Chopped.”
Recent upgrades at University Center include new lawns, seating, shade structures and workstations. UC Irvine professor Belinda Campos says the “relaxing, positive environment” helps her think creatively.