A Rising Tide Lifts All Ships Moniker Group CEO
Upon entering a downtown San Diego warehouse, the smell of wood and leather seeps up the nostrils. One can hear chatter from every corner, hammers tinkering on metal, the whir of a sewing machine, the click clack of laptop keys and music that floats out of a producer’s studio every time the door opens. The collective sound is the sublime combination of 22 businesses that make up Moniker Warehouse, a creative space that has been referred to by the New York Times as the inspiration for much larger multi-million dollar Southern California-based developments. Moniker’s CEO, Ryan Sisson, walks through the warehouse explaining the history of Moniker Group, stopping to greet a business owner and check out a new product from one of the resident makers. This dream factory is one of the first of its kind; a next-level shared workspace and collaborative idea environment. Gaining national attention as a business that fosters Millennials’ need for co...
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