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  • UE Nominated for Orchids and Onions Interior Design Award

    Underground Elephant’s brand new headquarters, located in East Village’s warehouse district, was recently nominated for a San Diego Architectural Association Orchid Interior Design Award. Designed by Basile Studios, Underground Elephant’s office is being recognized for it’s unique warehouse office concept, which is complete with an indoor schoolhouse, five 100-year old olive trees, a multitude of collaborative meeting...

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  • Today is Startup Day!

    Today marks the fourth annual Startup Day Across America, encouraging Members of Congress to connect with entrepreneurs in their districts to hear their challenges and spread awareness for the startup community.  Over the past few years, startup companies have begun spreading from the densely populated Bay Area to cities across the nation, with new micro-...

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  • East Village & Underground Elephant Featured in New York Times

    In an article published this week, New York Times spotlighted East Village – UE’s new home and the center of arts and technological innovation in San Diego. Author Lauren Herstik highlighted the various development projects happening throughout the area, including the six blocks of mixed-use development known as Makers Quarter. While the landscape of East...

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  • What is 5G and How Will it Affect San Diego?

    In the modern era of technology, internet speed is arguably one of the most vital keys to advancement. And, as with most forms of technology, there is always room for improvement. Last week, the White House announced they will be investing $400 million into the Advanced Wireless Research Initiative, laying the groundwork for hyper-speed connectivity...

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  • All Aboard: Downtown Tech Sector Collaborates to Retain Local Talent with Link2Downtown

    A recent San Diego Business Journal article highlights Underground Elephant’s collaboration with the Downtown San Diego Partnership, the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation, and fellow tech companies in an initiative called Link2Downtown. An excerpt is included below, along with a scanned version of the article. Tech Sector Onboard With Efforts to Keep Graduates in Town By Emmet...

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