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MCSC Women's Business Center coming events and blog and client success stories

New Class Starting in Bakersfield

Announcing our upcoming class Empezando Business Academy in Bakersfield, California! Class starts Monday, August 6th at 6pm. See the video for more details and call (661) 268-4314 to register or for more info. 

¡Anunciando nuestra próxima clase Empezando Business Academy en Bakersfield, California! La clase comienza el lunes, 6 de agosto a las 6 p.m. Vea el video para más detalles y llame al (661) 268-4314 para registrarse o para obtener más información.

Best Burrito in SLO County!

Congratulations to Las Delicias de Zacatecas, Best Burrito in SLO County!

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Have you heard?! Women's Business Center client Las Delicias de Zacatecas has won "Best Burrito" in SLO County! We couldn't agree more. We love these burritos and our clients! If you are looking for a great place to eat and an award winning burrito, look no further. 12304 Los Osos Valley Road, SLO, CA.

Congratulations to Cami Hogg - KC Small Business Business Week Award Winner!

7th Annual Kern County Small Business Luncheon & Awards

Congratulations to WBC client, Cami Hogg, this year's recipient of the "Energy Service Business of the Year" Award!

May 2, 2018- 5C Holding, Inc., is a 100% women-owned and operated company that offers land based drilling services, hot shot, transportation, and demolition services throughout California. Cami Hogg, owner of 5C Holding, has been working with WBC consultant Angel Cottrell since September of 2017. SInce working together Cami has expanded her business, increased her sales, and retained 7 jobs. Cami's latest success is receiving "Energy Service of the Year" award for the Kern County Hispanic Chamber 7th Annual Small Business Luncheon & Awards. 

 Congratulations to this year's award recipients at the 7th annual Kern County Small Business Week Luncheon & Awards on May 2nd at the Bakersfield Marriott. Pictured above, front row - left to right: Geronimo Atriano and Natalia Atriano "Business of the Year - Atriano's Cleaners", Samantha Johnson "Rising Star Business of the Year" - Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza, Lydia Chaney "Family Owned Business of the Year" - South Street Digital, Eric Horn - South Street Digital, Cami Hogg "Energy Service Business of the Year" - 5C Holding Inc. Drilling and Transportation. Back row - left to right: Leticia Garza Velasquez "Woman Owned Business of the Year" - Mix Salon and Touch Up Bar, John Heath "Technology Business of the Year" - Alpha Technologies & Alarm System, Amy Langston - Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza, Audrey Post - South Street Digital.

Congratulations to this year's award recipients at the 7th annual Kern County Small Business Week Luncheon & Awards on May 2nd at the Bakersfield Marriott. Pictured above, front row - left to right: Geronimo Atriano and Natalia Atriano "Business of the Year - Atriano's Cleaners", Samantha Johnson "Rising Star Business of the Year" - Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza, Lydia Chaney "Family Owned Business of the Year" - South Street Digital, Eric Horn - South Street Digital, Cami Hogg "Energy Service Business of the Year" - 5C Holding Inc. Drilling and Transportation. Back row - left to right: Leticia Garza Velasquez "Woman Owned Business of the Year" - Mix Salon and Touch Up Bar, John Heath "Technology Business of the Year" - Alpha Technologies & Alarm System, Amy Langston - Johnny's Take and Bake Pizza, Audrey Post - South Street Digital.

 Cami Hogg with WBC Consultant Angel Cottrell

Cami Hogg with WBC Consultant Angel Cottrell

 Cami Hogg and family.

Cami Hogg and family.

Making a Candymaker's Dream Come True

Success Story Highlight!

Gabriela has been one of our greatest success stories over the years! Hear from her about how we helped her start and grow her business. This is a great video and interview from Wells Fargo Bank, one of our valuable and generous sponsors! 

Gabriela Murguía had a passion for selling Mexican candies. When she discovered a Spanish-language business course offered through the nonprofit Mission Community Services Corporation, she knew she had to enroll. After just a few classes, Gabriela started her own company, MercaMex Distributor, Inc., and now owns three stores in the Bakersfield, California, area that sell imported Mexican candies and other items. See how Wells Fargo is supporting local communities, and discover more stories at Wells Fargo Stories: www.wellsfargo.com/stories