Stories on how the communities will be recovering in the weeks, months and years after the massive October 2017 wildfires.
Tackling California’s major challenges; forecasting the Bay Area, state and national economies; and planning for the North Bay wildfire recovery will be addressed at North Bay Business Journal's Impact Marin conference April 18.
With the highest per-capita personal income in California and more college-educated than the state average, Marin County has what it takes to be a center for biotech, tourism and food-and-beverage production, says economist Robert Eyler of Sonoma State University.
BioMarin Pharmaceutical, with $1.3 billion in 2017 revenue, has brought six products to market and plans to build more office space in San Rafael.
“In this business cycle, since the Great Recession, we’ve seen a shift in tenant demand and investor demand toward more walkable, 24-hour cities…,” says Andrew Nelson, chief economist of Colliers International. A suburban market like Marin County has been benefiting from this.
Middle class incomes vary depending on where you live. See how your North Bay city measures up against others in Sonoma, Solano, Marin, Napa, Mendocino and Lake counties.
Eighteen local companies introduce about 250 North Bay students to careers in food and beverage manufacturing Thursday.