Deneva Shelton, the Sacramento community manager of JPMorgan
Chase, wants to use her expertise to increase Sacramentans’
California businesses are responding to a labor shortage with social media pleas, hiring incentives, bonuses and new benefits. So far, workers, particularly in the service industry, are seeing wages rise.
Here are four ways to support the Capital Region’s diverse small business owners — and why it matters.
Melissa Granville, principal at Capitol Impact, has pointed all her professional efforts toward making a positive social impact in her community.
In the wake of George Floyd’s death in May 2020, Crystaline Combs stepped into an unexpected role outside of her regular “day job” as vice president and consumer and business banking administrative manager at the U.S. Bank Sacramento Main Branch.
Capital Region business owners say they’ve learned how to keep their personal and business finances on track during an economic crisis.
These three steps can help your company reach the right investors.
Comstock’s spoke to Anku about his fund (which plans to close at $12 million in May) and the importance of investing in Black entrepreneurs.
Seeing your account balances increase as you save or get a tax refund is exciting, but it’s important to make smart decisions with unexpected money. Here are some ways that you can make the most of extra cash.
Lydia Ramirez, senior vice president and chief operations officer at Five Star Bank, is the Sacramento region’s highest-ranking Latina in the banking field.