Arbitech had the pleasure of hosting 65 executive MBA students (Institution: Fundacao Getulio Vargas) from Brazil. Arbitech was invited to be a guest lecturer on the campus providing an overview of the organization, the product or service, mission and values, strategic goals, marketing, and international or global reach. Arbitech’s EVP Jimmy Whalen, was enthusiastically applauded for the engaging lecture. Afterwards the students were invited to the facility for a tour and to learn a little more about operations. The students were greeted by our President, Frank Llaca, upon arriving at our facility and he spoke about Arbitech’s humble beginning and our culture. In the end UCI and the MBA students were very grateful for Arbitech’s participation in the program. Arbitech, it’s management and employees enjoyed the chance to give back to the community and provide a platform of learning to our local, and international, community.
Sawdust artists Jason Rate and Sean Hunter Brown install unique art pieces at Arbitech
The Sawdust Art & Craft Festival, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public and advocating art created in Laguna Beach, announces the commissioning of two of their brilliant Sawdust artists by the company, Arbitech, an independent distributor of data center products.
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Arbitech employees and customers alike traveled to New Orleans to watch Super Bowl 51. We enjoyed the great food, friendly people, music and best of all the exciting game that had us all on the edge of our seats!
Our Arbitech family banded together to conquer the OC Marathon this past weekend. Starting at the Newport Beach Marriott & Hotel and finishing at the OC Fairgrounds our runners persevered and emerged an even stronger team with a great sense of pride and accomplishment! Congrats to all of our runners and thank you for representing Arbitech!
“Good teams incorporate teamwork into their culture, creating the building blocks for success.” ~ Ted Sundquist