Home Business Meeting Returns
Do You Have a Home-Based Business? The Apple Valley Chamber's Home-Based Council hosts a bi-monthly event, designed to benefit those who run businesses out of their homes. Attendees can network, particcipate in round-table discussions, share successes, discuss challenges and bounce ideas off like-minded business owners.
High Desert Regional Job Fair 2017
September 23, 2016
High Desert job fair planned Oct. 23
Many employers looking to hire will be on hand as San Bernardino County Workforce Development hosts a High Desert job fair Wednesday, Oct. 25. Job candidates are encouraged to dress for an interview and bring resumes. Candidates may pre-register at www.csb-win.org. Employers looking to hire may register by Oct. 23 at http://conta.cc/2vQwGSj. The job fair runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct 25 at the San Bernardino County Fair Grounds, Building 2, 14800 Seventh Street in Victorville.
Local Business wins Business of the Year
May 15, 2009
Submitted by Anthony Adams on May 15, 2009 – 5:35pm. Business | Business News | Local News
(Best Syndication News) SACRAMENTO CA – Assemblyman Anthony Adams (R-Hesperia) today honored Seth Neistadt, President and CEO of Axiom Media, Inc. specializing in website development for individuals, non-profit organizations, educational facilities and healthcare organizations, as this year’s 59th District Small Business of the Year.
“Axiom Media goes well beyond being a small business providing quality service and is committed to being active in building up our community,” said Adams. “Under Mr. Neistadt direction the company has shown leadership and commitment to the community at large through non-profit work and community activism.”
Adams sent a request to all 17 Chambers of Commerce serving businesses within the 59th Assembly District to submit nominations for the award. Axiom Media was nominated by the Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce for the company’s work with the Chamber and local businesses.
Axiom Media has received numerous awards and accolades since opening its doors in 2002. In 2006 the company was a finalist for Business of the Year through the Cal State San Bernardino “Spirit of Entrepreneur Awards – Inland Empire.” The company was the first High Desert business to be a finalist for the award.
Mr. Neistadt has served on various community boards and committees within the High Desert community, including the Victor Valley College Foundation, Apple Valley Rotary Board, Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce Board, and the Business Owners Leadership Team of High Desert Church.
The award recipient for the Small Business of the Year award must meet the California Small Business Association’s criteria for a small business as defined by the U.S. Small Business Administration.
Assemblyman Adams represents the 59th Assembly District, which includes the communities of Hesperia, Apple Valley, Glendora, Claremont, La Verne, San Bernardino, San Dimas, Monrovia, Highland, Lake Arrowhead, Crestline, Sierra Madre, Arcadia, Bradbury, La Crescenta-Montrose and Redlands.
By Rebecca Bloomfield