Brian Bonar has gained popularity due to his success in finance. He is currently working as the leader of Trucept, Incorporated but had previously worked as a leader of Dalrada Financial Corporation from which he gained his vast business leadership background.
His ability to build a business structure that works can be attributed to his education. Bonar attended the James Watt Technical College where he pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Technical Engineering.
He then advanced and joined Stafford University to get a Master’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Thereafter, he worked as the procurement manager at IBM before joining QMS as its Director of Engineering, a position he held before joining Adaptec as the sales manager. From all those firms, he gained useful experience with which he started his own company, Bezier Systems.
Mr. Brian Bonar specializes in mergers and acquisitions with which he incorporates his creative and friendly approach to life together with his technical skills. The family man who enjoys golf, boating trips and spending time with friends and family, received the Who’s Who in America in the year 2000.
Trucept Company, in which Brian Bonar works in, is devoted in providing solutions to small scale or otherwise medium companies by helping them complete some tasks. The tasks include managing their payroll, managing their human resource administration and employee benefits.
The company’s efforts are funneled towards helping the businesses focus on their business while leaving the rest to Trucept. The services offered by Trucept include making packages for benefits and aiding companies with taxes, maintaining human resource documents and risk management.
In Brian Bonar’s move to create a restaurant mini-empire in North County, he saw it wise to start with the wine-bar Bellamy’s, which is Ponsaty’s current home. Its history had been quite vast with at some point been called Tango in an era which Charlie Trotter protégé had tried to land advanced dining to Escondido.
Bonar sought for staff members, for his now new hotel, in his favorite restaurants such as the El Bizcocho at Rancho Bernardo Inn. El Biz then announced a complete renewal, which was a good move apart from the fact that they would still need the experience that had served them for many years. From them, Bonar had taken their cook Mike Reidy as his executive chef as well as Trevor Da Costa.
Besides that, Brian Bonar is looking forward to turn the 144-acre Ranch at Bandy Canyon into a four-star event venue that would hold a signature restaurant.
To do that, arises the need for a marquee chef and Ponsaty- the renowned master chef from Escondido is whom he has. Currently, Ponsaty is designing his ideal kitchen at The Ranch where his attention will dwell upon its completion parting ways with Bellamy’s.