Bonnie Lipscomb

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Bizjournals
Inside Amazon.com's Santa Cruz office, where it's hiring aggressively and working on Alexa and other major productsventure capital dollars from over the hill in Silicon Valley. “I feel like it’s
Bizjournals / Posted 10 days ago
venture capital dollars from over the hill in Silicon Valley. “I feel like it’s an anchor, to make a retail analogy,” said Bonnie Lipscomb, director of economic development for the city of Santa Cruz and executive director of the city’s... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Santa Cruz Works to get housing updateSANTA CRUZ City update on housing Wednesday Bonnie Lipscomb, City of Santa Cr
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 17 days ago
SANTA CRUZ City update on housing Wednesday Bonnie Lipscomb, City of Santa Cruz economic development director, will give a short update on local housing initiatives that affect the tech workforce at the Santa Cruz Works members only breakfast 8-9... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Biotechnology’s rapid growth on Santa Cruz’s Westsideand stability in industry clusters, both for individual companies and in attrac
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 28 days ago
and stability in industry clusters, both for individual companies and in attracting top talent to a community,” said Bonnie Lipscomb, executive director of economic development for the City of Santa Cruz. In January, UCSC announced an... Read more
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The Mercury News
‘Bumblebee,’ ‘Transformers’ spinoff, latest in Santa Cruz filming historyto host big-budget feature film productions, the activity is welcome in Santa C
The Mercury News / Posted 28 days ago
to host big-budget feature film productions, the activity is welcome in Santa Cruz, said city Economic Development Director Bonnie Lipscomb. “Having movies filmed in Santa Cruz is great for the overall local economy. Local jobs, visitor serving... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
‘Bumblebee,’ ‘Transformers’ spinoff, latest in Santa Cruz filming historyto host big-budget feature film productions, the activity is welcome in Santa C
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
to host big-budget feature film productions, the activity is welcome in Santa Cruz, said city Economic Development Director Bonnie Lipscomb. “Having movies filmed in Santa Cruz is great for the overall local economy. Local jobs, visitor serving... Read more

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