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Tri-Valley Private Deal Activity Q4 2018

Posted by Jonathan Ting on January 3, 2019

Tri-Valley deal activity remained strong into the end of the year.

Key Takeaways for Q4 2018:

  • 34 new tech and life science companies registered in the Tri-Valley.
  • Tri-Valley companies received over $180M in equity funding.
  • Aeye raised $40M from prominent VCs and strategics.
  • Founder-led Vagaro took outside capital for the 1st time. - $63M.
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Topics: Tri-Valley Research, Startups, Venture Capital

Bishop Ranch - From the Ground Up

Posted by Daniel Potts on November 8, 2018

Forty years ago, if you drove by Bishop Ranch on Highway 680, you wouldn't be able to exit at Bollinger Canyon. Sunset Development Company built that six years later and it was the first privately funded interchange in California.

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Topics: Tri-Valley Research

TriNet: Our Newest Tri-Valley Addition

Posted by Jonathan Ting on September 27, 2018

In 2018 TriNet relocated its corporate headquarters from San Leandro to One Park Place, Dublin, CA. and is the latest addition to the Mirador Tri-Valley Index.

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Topics: Company Profiles, Tri-Valley Research

Title21: Patients not Paperwork

Posted by Jonathan Ting on September 11, 2018

How did Title21 go from being a small Pleasanton-based laboratory software provider, to market leader partnering with the most prestigious healthcare institutions in the world, in just a couple years? “Our technology speaks for itself, and we’re dedicated to our customers and their patients,” says Lynn Fischer, Title21’s CEO.

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Topics: Company Profiles, Tri-Valley Research

Five Things You Need to Know About Saving for College with 529 Plans

Posted by Lauren Moone on September 3, 2018

The cost of higher education has risen dramatically over the last 10 years, with four year college tuition increasing at an annual average rate of 5%, outpacing inflation over the same time period by 3.4% per year.  The national average cost of attending a four-year public college is now over $28,000 per year and exceeds $59,000 for private-colleges. Fortunately, establishing and funding a 529 plan early can set families and students up for future success.

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Topics: Estate Planning, College Planning, Personal Finance

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