The Monetary Improvement Community oriented Ventura Province as of late delegated to its top managerial staff Henry Dubroff, executive and editorial manager of the Pacific Drift Business Times, the week after week business diary for Santa Clause Barbara, Ventura and San Luis Obispo areas. An effective money related news official and business person, Dubroff brings broad business mastery and financial understanding to the board.
“Henry has liberally shared his insight and experience over the course of the years with numerous business visionaries, organizations and associations all through the tri-region locale,” said Bruce Stenslie, EDC-VC president and Chief. “His comprehension of the difficulties confronting our organizations will shape the projects EDC-VC offers and be instrumental in reinforcing our nearness in the area.”
Before establishing the honor winning Pacific Drift Business Times in 2000, Dubroff served as the editorial manager of the Denver Business Diary and as business supervisor at The Denver Post. He is past president of the General public of American Business Editors and Scholars and is an individual from the committee of guides for the dignitary of the California Lutheran College School of Administration. He likewise serves on the sheets of the CSU Channel Islands Establishment and the Financial Essentialness Enterprise, a charitable monetary advancement association serving San Luis Obispo Region. He got his graduate degree in news coverage from Columbia College.
EDC-VC is a private, philanthropic association that serves as a business-to-government contact to help organizations in Ventura Area by offering programs that improve the financial imperativeness of the locale. For more data about the Independent venture Improvement Center and advance, assembling and worldwide exchange programs, contact Bruce Stenslie at 805-384-1800 ext. 24, or email@example.com. Alternately visit http://www.edc-vc.com.