Shattering the wine glass ceiling
Wells Fargo helps Riboli Family Wines ‘always move forward.’
Wells Fargo helps Riboli Family Wines ‘always move forward.’
Integrity Staffing Solutions finds the perfect fit of shared values and financial expertise with Wells Fargo to help navigate business challenges, including the pandemic, and place more than 1 million people in jobs.
Qumu Corporation, a major player in enterprise video technology, has seen demand soar during the pandemic; Wells Fargo to support efforts for continued growth.
With Wells Fargo’s help, Carmen Nazario keeps building ELYON International — a multimillion dollar, veteran- and woman-owned IT services company with a global outlook.
Through earthquakes, fires, and the Great Depression, five generations have continued to craft premium chocolate.
Major players in the cotton industry pivot to manufacture testing swabs and personal protective equipment, with help from Wells Fargo.
With many people taking to the outdoors to explore socially distant tracks and trails, powersports companies are experiencing a surprising sales boom.
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With its usual hand sanitizer supplier depleted by COVID-19 demand, Wells Fargo turns to a longtime skin care manufacturer customer and other nontraditional sources to help keep employees and customers safe.
With three million pieces of Almond Roca® produced daily leading up to Lunar New Year, the holidays aren’t over yet for candymaker Brown & Haley.
For Volunteers of America, Dakotas, to accomplish its mission to uplift its community’s most vulnerable residents, the organization often relies on its 30-year relationship with Wells Fargo for guidance and support.
Brothers John and Damon Morris built Card Kingdom into one of the world’s largest online retailers and authorized sellers of Magic: The GatheringTM card games. Now they’re expanding their network of board game cafés where gamers can play and meet.
With Wells Fargo’s support, Doug Mellum’s delivery company keeps growing and creating more opportunities to help veterans and honor his dad’s WWII legacy.
For 50 years, the Los Angeles LGBT Center has championed and advocated for the city’s LGBTQ community by providing critical housing, health, and social services.
As a Naval helicopter pilot, Ray Hufnagel was responsible for transporting his fellow service members during military missions. Today, his company Plastic Express safely moves billions of pounds of plastic resin across the U.S. every year, with support from Wells Fargo banker and fellow veteran Jay Hong.
Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan joined celebrations for the opening of retail and public spaces at Hudson Yards, a historic redevelopment effort the company is helping lead on New York’s West Side.
From working together in a supermarket to owning 10 Party Cake Bakery locations throughout Miami, the chronicle of Olga and Juan Montano has always been about dedication and devotion.
Over the course of 100 years and four generations, the family behind San Antonio Winery has built a legacy of overcoming obstacles and embracing innovation to become one of the wine industry’s most awarded brands.
Tony Hynes started the international company Precision Valve and Automation in his basement in 1992 because he recognized a gap in the durability and design of how products were assembled.
After chasing her career dreams halfway around the world, Josie Natori traded in her job on Wall Street to launch her own clothing company. Now, 40 years later, she’s built a fashion empire.
When a father’s proficiency in science and a mother’s passion for safety intersected with their son’s love of the game, a “Guardian” was born.
With four creameries and more than 1,000 dairy farms, First Milk — the U.K.’s only 100 percent farmer-owned co-op — is proving there’s strength in numbers.
Since its humble beginnings in 1936, Goya Foods has expanded worldwide while keeping family values at its core.
Over the past 30 years, Matchesfashion.com has transformed from a small, London-based brick-and-mortar clothing shop to one of the world’s premier online merchandisers of luxury fashion.
Although today’s Atlantic Packaging Corp. stands as a national leader in shipping and packaging solutions, it remains, at its core, a family-owned company that traces its roots back to the 1940s, when its strong-willed founder stood up against the tyranny of hatred and fear.
Chicago-based Freedman Seating used Wells Fargo financing to renovate and expand its manufacturing facility, adding a gym for its employees.
Employees of Travelon, a Chicago-based company that designs and distributes travel accessories, receive financial education through Wells Fargo at Work.
After a fire destroyed Pretzels, Inc.’s Pennsylvania factory last June, the company worked with Wells Fargo to help finance and purchase a new facility, allowing it to resume production less than a year later.
When Kent International opened a production facility in South Carolina in 2014, it not only brought bicycle manufacturing back to the U.S., it also helped revitalize a community.
A Canadian hotel empire turned to Wells Fargo, a relative newcomer in Vancouver, British Columbia, to help with financing to keep its luxury downtown hotel running smoothly.
The Equity Research Team at Wells Fargo Securities has taken over the top spot in Thomson Reuters’ annual analyst awards.
PRIDE Industries is expanding employment opportunities for people with disabilities and changing lives one job at a time.
Wells Fargo customer Satellite Industries is best known for its portable restrooms, but its products also protect the environment and promote public health around the world.
At Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, a long-standing banking relationship leads to a second hotel on the grounds.
The largest Hispanic-owned furniture company in the U.S. started nearly 50 years ago with a hardworking family — and a dream.
R.M. Palmer Company has created holiday candies — like those chocolate bunnies you recall so fondly from childhood — since 1948.
S. Martinelli & Company has made apple juice and sparkling cider since the 1860s — and grown over the past century with support from Wells Fargo.
Wells Fargo expertise played a key role in helping the owner of a New Mexico remodeling company continue to expand his business.
A Ferris wheel on Pier 57 seemed like a long shot — until the right family found the right time and the right financing.
Volpi Foods, a St. Louis artisan cured meats company, continues to build on its 110-year tradition — and a three-generation family heritage.
A California couple grew their business from a single cactus to a collection in their backyard — and then on to be the largest distributor of succulents in the U.S.
Woolrich, an iconic American outdoor clothing and accessories company, is growing through branded retail stores and a thriving online business.
Atlanta-based Redi-Floors has taken all the right steps to expand into markets across the Southeast — with help from Wells Fargo
Oysters, clams, mussels, and geoduck are harvested daily at family-owned Taylor Shellfish Farms — and then shipped to Asia and across the U.S. (including to their own restaurants in Seattle).
Titan Farms in South Carolina updates its packing operation to bring tastier peaches — and more of them — to its customers.
Gary Fish started Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon, in 1988 as a brewpub. Today, the beer his national craft brewery produces is garnering awards and fans.
After the recession, a Pennsylvania food distributor chose to sharpen its focus on service — and found new ways to grow.
A third-generation family business in Portland, Oregon, takes pride in making uniforms for schools (and kids!) all across the U.S.
The owners of Owen Industries in Carter Lake, Iowa, are using their new warehouse (and innovative machinery) to continue growing the company’s reputation as a steel processor.
Logistical challenges are only part of what World Health Partners faces in providing health services in person and via cell phone in rural parts of India and Kenya.
New Horizon Family Health Services in the Upstate of South Carolina serves patients in need of a medical home — and a new, larger facility can serve up to 10,000 more patients.
Wells Fargo helps the largest producer of cane sugar in the U.S. successfully manage its seasonal business demands.
Changing demographics are one reason Wells Fargo’s Senior Housing Finance team focuses on companies like Aegis Living — an operator of assisted living and memory care facilities.
A Wells Fargo customer since 1950, Vermeer Corporation is a global manufacturer that aims to improve infrastructure, manage natural resources, and assist working farms and ranches.
With the help of Wells Fargo’s Technology Banking group, Strata Solar in North Carolina has moved from small installations to utility-scale solar “farms.”
A newly renovated and expanded space at Craig Hospital near Denver means even more room for patients with spinal cord and brain injuries to work toward rehabilitation.
Wells Fargo Insurance works with a company called TransGuardian to insure high-value packages — and ensure they are delivered safely.
When it needed help with financing in Canada, the bath and body products company LUSH — which sells “fresh and natural” soaps, lotions, and more — turned to Wells Fargo.
The Makah tribe's fishing dock in northwest Washington is ready for business — and spurring economic development in the region.
Rick Steves’ Europe needed a way to quickly purchase tickets and make reservations — and found it after turning to Wells Fargo.
Innovative produce growers like California’s Fowler Packing find success in teaming with Wells Fargo’s experienced agriculture team.
An entrepreneur is providing clean energy to his rural community through a wind farm he built with his sons.
The Seattle-based company PitchBook turned to Wells Fargo when it needed a financial services provider that excels at technology banking.
Berghold Vineyards and Vino Farms in California rely on agricultural financing and other Wells Fargo services to bring you the perfect glass of wine.
After working with Wells Fargo on its credit card payment processing system, Omaha Steaks finds the business runs more efficiently.