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LETTER FROM THE PUBLISHER

I hope you find this year’s book, called The Lists 2020, a useful reference manual in the coming year. It is totally about local businesses, and all of them are ranked in some way. We are pleased to deliver it to you. We do a great deal of due diligence throughout the year to make sure the lists are up-to-date and reliable. I’d like to thank our research director, Josh Niv, for carrying out that big and important duty. Contributions to this book are made by our hard-working editorial team, comprised of Joel Russell, the editor, and reporters Michael Aushenker, Andrew Foerch, Mark Madler and Amy Stulick. I’d also like to thank our talented creative and production team, made up of Nina Bays, the director, and Marci Shrager, the art director, as well as our advertising account managers, Khaled Abdelwahed and Marc Harris. And, of course, I’d like to thank our advertisers. Their support makes this book possible. Special thanks to the presenting sponsors: The DLC Group, gish SEIDEN, Parker Brown and Sun Hill Properties. Finally, I’d like to thank you, our readers and subscribers. We are honored to have you as part of what we call our “community of business.” It is important that we stay connected. Again, I hope you find this book to be useful in 2020. Throughout the year, if you have any suggestions for the Business Journal, kindly let me know right away. I’m at ccrumpley@sfvbj.com. Charles Crumpley Editor and Publisher

Charles Crumpley
Charles Crumpley
Charles Crumpley has been the editor and publisher of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal since March 2016. In June 2021, it was named the best business journal of its size in the country – the fourth time in the last 5 years it won that honor. Crumpley was named best columnist – also for the fourth time in the last 5 years. He serves on two business-supporting boards and has won awards for his civic involvement. Crumpley, a former newspaper reporter, won several national awards and fellowships for his work, and he was a Fulbright scholar to Japan.
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