SFVBJ SPECIAL REPORTS
Profile: Instead of growth by acquisition, Kaiser prefers construction.
Kim Milstein got her start as a volunteer at Simi Valley Hospital. Today, she is leading it through the health care revolution.
Q&A: Kim Milstein went from hospital volunteer to CEO.
Ever wonder what is the secret sauce for success?
What makes your company unusual? Alan: Getting your iPhone or other personal electronic devices repaired is still a new concept.
Dimitry Slabyak wants to be in control of everything.
What makes your company unusual? Taylor Chien: The Dji phantom is brand new and has changed the way people take pictures and video.
What makes you company unusual? Lindsey Deitsch: Our entire product line is not only gluten free, but is also rice free – a huge selling point.
What made you want to get into commercial real estate? Troy Pollet: I had an internship when I was a sophomore in college at Trammell Crow Co. and I just wanted to do what he did.
While some 20-somethings ask their parents to loan them cash for a month’s rent or an unexpected car repair, Antony Donico asked his mother for a much larger investment – a sum that eventually totaled $50,000.
What led you to start your own company? Matthew Smith: I was previously an entrepreneur before going back to college in my mid-20s.
What makes you company unusual or unique? Jason Lau: We are still the only place to offer traditional martial arts and CrossFit under one roof in the San Fernando Valley and possibly Southern California.