Helen Floersh

Staff Reporter (Retail, Nonprofits)

Helen covers retail, hospitality and nonprofits in the greater Valley region.

Email: hfloersh@sfvbj.com
Phone: 818-316-3121 Extension: 112

Recent Stories

New Name for Performing Arts Center: ‘The Soraya’

The Valley Performing Arts Center, a 1,700-seat venue located on the campus of California State University Northridge, has been renamed the “Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts” in recognition of a $17 million gift from the Nazarian family.

Salem Buys Finance Site TradersCrux

Salem Media Group in Camarillo has added investment information website TradersCrux to its growing portfolio of financial advisory services.

Valley Plastic Firms Settle With EPA

A pair of Valley plastic product manufacturers have reached settlements with the Environmental Protection Agency over violations of the Clean Water Act.

Avery Dennison Names CFO

Avery Dennison Corp. has appointed Gregory Lovins to the post of senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Cherokee Signs Distribution Partnerships

Cherokee Global Brands has established licensing agreements with two new distribution partners for its Hi-Tec and 50 Peaks brands, the company announced Monday.

Foster Youth Jobs Program Reflects on First Year

EMPLOYMENT: Hope2Work sees paycheck as key to ending homeless cycle.

It has been one year since Kathleen Mosqueda joined the pest control business of Agoura Hills real estate management company Strategic Acquisitions Inc.

Super Coffee Gives Shot at Better Brain

Immordl Energy rides ‘functional beverage’ trend into stores.

Coffee maker Immordl Energy formulates its own version of the latest beverage trend.

Top Female Entrepreneurs

Women-owned businesses enjoy a run nationally and in the Valley region.

Profiles of women business owners.

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Valley Congressmen Talk Trade, Education

Congressmen Brad Sherman and Tony Cardenas took questions on taxes, trade and of course, President Donald Trump on Friday at the Valley Industry and Commerce Association’s annual Congressional luncheon.

Preview: Top Female Entrepreneurs

Women-owned businesses are “having a moment.”

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