West Berkeley

4/29/20 Zenbooth

Small Business Week may be postponed, but Berkeley businesses keep innovating

BERKELEYSIDE — As the federal government postpones Small Business Week (usually the first week in May) and Berkeley prepares to hunker down

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Berkeley business innovations enable residents to spoil themselves while sheltering

BERKELEYSIDE — Eateries in Berkeley are finding creative solutions to build community and attract customers during the COVID-19 pandemic as

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You’ll only find this Berkeley baker’s unique cookies sold at a booth in front of her home

BERKELEYSIDE — When she was just eight years old, Whitney Singletary showed early signs of being an entrepreneur. She had

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All Power Labs: Using the spirit of Burning Man to address climate change

BERKELEYSIDE — The Burning Man festival has deep roots in the Bay Area, with its influence weaving through local art,

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Urban Ore pushes for zero waste by finding treasures in trash

Upcycled items curated by Berkeley-based fashion designer Erica Tanov BERKELEYSIDE — Researchers over the years have observed a special phenomenon

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Wild Earth: Taking on factory farms, one bag of kibble at a time

BERKELEYSIDE — Pet owners would be hard-pressed to find another dog food company that broadcasts its CEO eating kibble on

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Breaking the sound barrier in West Berkeley with precision manufacturing

BERKELEYSIDE — There’s a door near a small sign at the end of a block on San Pablo Avenue in

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Metro Lighting upcycles for illumination

BERKELEYSIDE — The concept of transformation matters to Christa Rybczynski and Lawrence Grown, be it something as small as a

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Berkeley’s CoRo sets standard in coffee sharing by helping other brands

Bay Area CoRoasters – known as CoRo – is a leading example of the sharing economy permeating a number of

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Berkeley Startup EnChroma Brightens the Vision of the Colorblind

BERKELEYSIDE — Don McPherson liked to wear his special glasses when he played Ultimate Frisbee in Santa Cruz back in