There is good news to report if you’re a tech professional, recent UC Irvine graduate or a STEM star at an Irvine high school. More tech jobs are gravitating to the region than anywhere in North America, and Irvine is an integral part of that growth.
Irvine-based Rivian has filed for an initial public offering that would allow the electric truck manufacturer to raise money from public investors.
Everything on the menu at Woofpak Pet Kitchen is made with natural ingredients by in-house chefs.
Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian was named best hospital in Orange County for the fifth straight year by U.S. News & World Report.
It’s good to work in Irvine, and new data backs this up. According to the Orange County Business Journal, 47 of the 100 best places to work in the county are in Irvine.
Acorns Grow Inc., an Irvine-based financial services company, intends to go public in a $2 billion deal late this year – furthering Irvine’s reputation as a financial-tech hub.
Gresham and Dina Taylor’s Irvine based firm has helped design and build retail space for Louis Vuitton and Nordstrom.
Irvine-based Kajabi announced it has raised $550 million in a new round of financing that has the company valued at $2 billion.
Irvine has always been a great place to start a business. A study by WalletHub, a national financial resource website, just confirmed it’s the best place in California to launch an entrepreneurial dream.
Irvine siblings Kevin and Stephanie Lin opened the women’s apparel shop KESTAN at Spectrum Center in 2019.