Category Archives: entertainment and media

Extra! Extra! San Diego Union-Tribune Moving Downtown

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San Diego’s major daily newspaper, the San Diego Union-Tribune, is saying goodbye to Mission Valley and hello to downtown, having signed a 15-year, 59,164-square foot lease to move their office to 600 B Street, a 24-story, Class A high rise building owned by Lincoln Property Group.

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How to make customers fall in love at the movies…with the theater

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More than most years, Hollywood blockbusters are at the forefront of the public’s attention. Oscar nominated films, such as American Sniper, The Theory of Everything, Boyhood and Selma, have tugged at viewers’ heartstrings and won the accolades of critics. For theater franchises though, these flicks offer more than 120 minutes of entertainment: they’re an opportunity to captivate audiences with a new theater experience.

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When it comes to the customer experience, renovation is inevitable

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Perhaps no category has undergone a more radical transformation than retail has in recent years. Near-global access to the Internet and speedy adoption rates of smartphones have spawned countless changes to the way we shop and how retailers compete. With a recent US Census report putting e-commerce at less than 6% of overall sales, the in-store experience is as important as ever. Customers are expecting the same experience as they shop across… Read More

Is San Diego’s skyline superhero-friendly?

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Comic-Con International starts on July 24 this year and marks the 45th year for the show. This hugely popular, 4-day event takes place at the San Diego Convention Center. Each year over 125,000 participants and visitors from around the world descend upon downtown San Diego, making Comic-Con the San Diego Convention Center’s largest economic generator with an estimated economic impact of over $175 million in 2013. Visitors include famous actors as well… Read More