Our client reference list includes:
Access Executive Network (Costa Mesa, CA) — Access Executive Network is dedicated to bringing together leaders and senior executives to enhance professional connections and give back to the community. AccessEN focuses on helping other entrepreneurs and executives by sharing knowledge and expertise. With strong ties to the community and a desire to not only support each other, but also to support the community at large, AccessEN has quickly grown to be a well-known presence in Orange County with an eye to expanding throughout Southern California.
Airwolf 3D (Costa Mesa, CA) — Airwolf 3D is committed to manufacturing high-performance 3D printers that are fast, affordable, durable and easy to use. All 3D printers are made in America, manufactured in the company’s 12,000 sq. ft. facility.
Animo Health, Inc. (San Clemente, CA) — Licensed to do business as Trina Health of Missouri, the company has obtained exclusive rights to establish clinics throughout Missouri and the Midwest using Trina Health’s Artificial Pancreas Treatment that can slow, halt, and/or reverse in most cases the chronic complications in Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
Association for Corporate Growth (Tustin, CA) — Founded in 1954, the Association for Corporate Growth is a global association for professionals involved in corporate growth, corporate development, and mergers and acquisitions. Today ACG stands at more than 10,000 members from corporations, private equity, finance, and professional service firms representing Fortune 500, Fortune 1000, FTSE 100, and mid-market companies in 51 chapters in North America and Europe.
Blue Knot (Irvine, CA) — Blue Knot, the Jewish Tech Initiative, is an organization focused on professional development. With relevant speakers, networking opportunities and information about emerging trends, it addresses the specific needs of high-technology professionals.
Cafesoft Inc. (San Diego, CA) — Developer, marketer and consultant for enterprise Internet applications.
DigiContractor, Inc. (Tarzana, CA) — DigiContractor’s flagship product is iPhotoMEASURE™, the revolutionary patent-pending software program that acts as an electronic tape measure, allowing users to obtain measurements of any item in a digital photograph with 95 to 99.5 percent accuracy. The software is currently marketed to contractors, remodelers, designers, real estate agents, insurance professionals and event planners.
Global Netoptex, Inc. (San Jose, CA) — A managed service provider working in partnership with world-class vendors to provide affordable, flexible and secure data networking solutions for Fortune 2000 clients.
Insight Investments, Inc. (Orange, CA) — Insight Investments manages the acquisition and management of information technology equipment, improves IT operations by sourcing technologies at the best prices, offers preferential leasing via its own financial services division, and re-markets pre-owned equipment to meet customer needs.
LiveViewGPS (Valencia, CA) — LiveViewGPS is a location-based service (LBS) company providing wireless GPS tracking products and services for Fortune 100 companies; small businesses; federal, state and local government agencies; law enforcement and family safety.
Location Based Technologies, Inc. (Anaheim, CA) — A publicly traded company (OTCBB:LBAS), Location Based Technologies designs and develops leading-edge personal locator devices and services that incorporate patented, proprietary technologies designed to enhance and enrich the lives of families globally.
Luminit (Torrance, CA) — A privately held, high technology company specializing in custom and standard holographic diffusers based on multiple technology patents. Luminit’s commercial experience covers applications including bio-medical, semiconductor metrology, aerospace, automotive, architectural lighting and display applications.
Online Game Services, Inc. (San Jose, CA) — In partnership with Global Netoptex, the West Coast’s leading provider of managed Internet services, OGSI offers robust, highly competitive hosting and services tailored to the needs of the online game industry in the U.S.
PineApp Corp. (Irvine, CA) — A leader in securing email and network systems, the Israel-based company offers comprehensive appliance solutions for small, medium and large organizations.
Project Insight (Irvine, CA) — Project Insight is the leading, mid-market online project management solution. The company’s software bridges savvy project managers, who require robust project management features, with team members that want an easy to use solution.
Salford Systems (San Diego, CA) — Salford Systems specializes in providing new-generation data mining and predictive modeling software and consulting services for the banking, insurance, healthcare, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, transportation, manufacturing, retail and catalog sales, and education industries, among others.
SeeWater, Inc. (San Jacinto, CA) — See Water is a manufacturer of patented pump control systems and solutions that can differentiate between oil and water.
Sekur Me, Inc. (Santa Ana, CA) — SEKUR Me eliminates online payment friction for eCommerce and mCommerce sites. Its patented technology combines single-click convenience with multi-factor authentication, providing convenience and security.
Tech Coast Venture Network (Tustin, CA) — The Tech Coast Venture Network (TCVN) is dedicated to assisting, educating and connecting early-stage growth companies with information and advisers for the purpose of raising money. TCVN has been directly or indirectly responsible for the establishment and growth of a significant number of new and early-stage businesses. In fact, more than 400 CEOs, entrepreneurs and other presenters have shared their professional business knowledge and experiences at TCVN events. TCVN is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1984.
TechBiz Connection (Irvine, CA) — TBC was created to support Southern California technology people, companies and entrepreneurs by providing timely education and networking opportunities. The organization foucses on where technology and business intersect: everything a successful high-tech company would want to do.
Textopoly, Inc. (Costa Mesa, CA) — This client offers mobile marketing strategies that integrate technology, creativity and feasibility. They provide solutions to new and existing brands, specific industries, marketing agencies and content providers.Their clients are enabled to engage and reach audiences in a more effective and efficient manner than other traditional means.
ThoughtWorthy Media (Fairfax, VA) — ThoughtWorthy Media Inc. is a leading interactive television company targeted specifically at the product placement and spot advertising industries. The company’s proprietary iDTV(TM) technology platform allows viewers to easily connect online with the products, music, and advertising that they experience on TV.
TriTech Small Business Development Center (Irvine, CA) — TriTech helps Southern California high tech and high growth companies compete by providing the early high-level consulting, training and contacts that such businesses require, when they need it. The TriTech SBDC is partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration and California State University at Fullerton.
Ultera Corp. (Laguna Hills, CA) — Ultera designs and delivers high-performance technologies for tape, virtual tape and other removable storage devices. The company’s proprietary tape RAID ASIC design incorporates the latest technology available to achieve maximum performance and data reliability. Ultera hard drive-based virtual tape libraries, tape arrays, optical arrays and media duplication products are marketed and sold through major OEMs, storage integrators, technology providers, resellers and distributors.
Village Nurseries(Orange, CA) — Village Nurseries currently has major wholesale sales offices in Orange and Sacramento, California and more than 700 acres under cultivation in growing facilities located strategically throughout Northern and Southern California.
Wolverine Data Corp. (Irvine, CA) — Manufacturer of portable multimedia players and storage devices sold through online and storefront retailers such as Amazon. com, Fry’s, D&H, and Adorama, among others.