North County Business Briefs, Jan. 22: Home show in Del Mar; Poway health expo; Escondido leadership lunch

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Inauguration of the Memory Care Building at the Residence

Oakmont Senior Living has opened Willina – a tradition memory care building – at Santiana, its luxury senior community. Villena will accommodate residents with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. The new facility will allow families to transition their loved ones from independent and assisted living to memory care if needed. Villena’s two stories include 67 memory-care apartment homes and a movie theater, activity room, and outdoor patio. Programming is designed for residents with memory loss or cognitive impairment. Residents also have access to virtual reality programs that help with brain function and memory recall. Villena is at 2540 Faraday Avenue in Santiana.

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Home Improvement Show at Fair Grounds

The San Diego Home Improvement Expo visits the Del Mar Fairgrounds on Saturday, January 29, filled with demonstrations, home-improvement products and services, plant sales and consultations with home and garden experts. The show focuses on sector services, products and businesses. Members of the San Diego Chapter of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry will answer questions about remodeling. Hours are Saturday 10am to 5pm and Jan 29 from 10am to 4pm. Free admission with online registration at sandiegohomeimprovementexpo.com.

Encinitas

Electronics repair shop opened new outlet

Asurian Tech Repair & Solutions has opened an outlet at 191 N. El Camino Real, Suite 109. The store offers professional repairs for consumer electronics including smartphones, tablets and computers, game consoles, smart speakers and drones. The owner is Nazir Fedayi. Asurian Tech Repair & Solutions stores offer repairs on all types of electronics, and are designated repair partners for many major tech companies including Samsung, Google Pixel, and Apple. Book a repair appointment at Bit.ly/3Hh8Mp2, call (760) 642-3058 or stop by for walk-in service.

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Escondido

Chamber organizes leadership banquet

Greater Escondido Chamber of Commerce Tuesdays from noon to 1 p.m. Chamber Office, 720 N. Hosts a free educational presentation and conversation on Leadership in Broadway. Sponsor is Fix Auto Escondido, and lunch will be provided. Connect with leaders from entry level positions, middle management and senior management levels. Guest speaker is Richard D. Marks, author of “Expect Great Things to Happen” and CEO of RDM Management Group. Register at bit.ly/3v7rFnG. Visit www.moreescondido.org.

Real estate experts provide preview

The 2023 North County Commercial Real Estate Outlook will be presented by the San Diego North Economic Development Council at a morning breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m. at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. This year’s event is personalized and geared towards brokers, real estate investors and business executives with real estate and space planning needs. Gary London of London Moeder Advisors will provide an overview of the San Diego County economy. Tickets are $35 for members, $55 for non-members and are available at bit.ly/3J2SQZa. The Arts Center is at 340 N. Escondido Blvd.

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Fallbrook

Women networking meet for breakfast

Join the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Women in Networking (WIN) group and the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce for “breakfast and bubbly” February 9 – 11 at 3 p.m. at the Broken Yolk Cafe, 2434 Vista Way, Oceanside. Guest speaker is Kimberly Aguirre of Kimy Gets Skinny, a bakery of oat-based “doatnuts.” Cost is $20 plus tax and tip and includes a drink; Full menu available. RSVP to [email protected]

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County Request Damage Survey Form

The San Diego County Office of Emergency Services is asking for residents’ help in estimating damage from regional flooding and rains from recent storms. If your property or small business was damaged by a hurricane between December 29 and January 17, fill out a survey form at bit.ly/2SNcRK4. The data collected will be used to estimate total losses nationwide and whether enough damage has occurred to qualify an area for disaster aid, such as low-interest disaster loans from the Small Business Administration. Filling out the form is not a guarantee of disaster assistance. Visit sdcountyrecovery.com or email [email protected] If your property was damaged by the storm and you need immediate assistance, other services may be available through 211sandiego.org.

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Business summit will be in-person and virtual

The North San Diego Business Chamber holds its 3rd Annual San Diego Business Summit in person on Wednesdays from 8am to 4:30pm. The all-day interactive summit brings together business owners, entrepreneurs, managers and leaders for a day of panel discussions, exhibitors and networking. Keynote speakers are Richard Marks, Founder and President, RDM Management Group, and Kate Taylor, Senior Director, The Moth. Choose from several panel discussions, which will also be recorded for later viewing. In-person sessions will be through Sony Headquarters, 16535 Asprillo, San Diego. Tickets are $69-$99 for members, $99-$149 for non-members. Register at sdbusinesschamber.com/san-diego-business-summit.

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Chamber invites everyone to Health Expo

The Poway Chamber of Commerce invites the community to a free Health & Wellness Expo at Scripps Ranch on Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. sponsored by The Glen. Meet local providers and fitness professionals, learn helpful tips, win prizes, enjoy healthy snacks and more. Registration is requested at bit.ly/3ZIWZqW. This event is held at Neighborhood Healthcare, Poway Gold Family Health Center, 13010 Poway Rd. Call (858) 748-0016.

Send items to [email protected] at least two weeks before the event. Please put “Business News” in the subject line.

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