In the first webisode of “The Economic Future of the Coachella Valley,” it was revealed the local tourism industry faces a long recovery.
“The desert offers a lifestyle like none other,” John Healy says. That’s a motto he shares with potential buyers at The Vintage Club in Indian Wells.
Providing increased access to care with additional physicians in the valley is a priority for Michele Finney, CEO of the Tenet Healthcare-owned network.
Since Dr. Scott Aaronson first opened his general plastic surgery practice in 1984, interest in cosmetic enhancements has soared in the Coachella Valley.
West Coast Cannabis Club has big plans, including a house line of cannabis products and cannabis flower based out of their new Melanie Place campus.
Tribal chairman Jeff L. Grubbe, who is the public face of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, is always eager to talk about the 500-member Tribe.
Nicholas Lawrence and fellow senior partner, Lawrence Lazzaro, have been transforming desert homes for years under Nicholas Lawrence Interior Design.
Brush Palm Springs, the single-chair atelier in Palm Springs’ Uptown Design District, is being entrusted with James Entwisle in place of Barry Nadeau.
Walter Neil has carved a path to success in the changing, competitive mortgage industry as CEO of Franklin Loan Center, which has grown to 150 employees.
Valerie Powers Smith is a partner at the Coachella Valley’s largest and fastest growing full-service civil law firm, Slovak Baron Empey Murphy & Pinkney.