Brian Bonar previously worked for IBM as the procurement manager and then moved on to be the Director of Engineering for QMS where he delegated duties to more than 100 personnel. Mr. Bonar has also worked for Adaptec as a Sales Manager where he gathered lots of experiences so that he could go solo on a new company he founded known as Bezier Systems.
His new business still required some financial boost, so Brian Bonar used to work for a few other firms before discovering a better platform with Dalrada Financial Services where he was a very helpful colleague.
Mr. Brian Bonar’s specialties include acquisitions and mergers. He takes smart approaches towards life while combining the creative power of an architect with the technical genius of an engineer.
Brian Bonar has been repeatedly successful in all the business ventures that he has indulged in. His success is evident by the awards which have followed after his business success, for instance, in 2010;
Mr. Bonar received an outstanding award of Cambridge Who’s Who Executive of the Year in Finance while serving as the CEO and Chairman of Dalrada Financial Corporation.
Before working for Dalrada Financial Corporation, Mr. Bonar had established himself in leadership roles with other firms. Dalrada is a company that serves other businesses and is capable of handling various duties on behalf of other companies. Bonar still continues to execute duties at Dalrada Financial Services.
Interestingly, he still runs Trucept which is a firm that is involved in the temporary insurance-related services and staffing services. Mr. Bonar builds on all his previous and future achievements, and he continues to work hard at them making sure he continues to take on new business challenges.
Mr. Bonar recently opted to buy and refurbish a restaurant in San Diego County. Despite Brian Bonar being new to the hospitality industry, his venture turned out to be an unexpected success to many of his business competitors.
Bonar bought the restaurant and gave it a new name called Bellamy. The restaurant has garnered a lot of business attention. Although Bellamy’s is not a fast food restaurant, they do sell occasional small bites for people who don’t want a full course meal which they usually offer.
His diner has achieved a full gourmet dining greatness in the heart of San Diego County. Mr. Bonar, for now, has no intentions of opening another restaurant yet as his purpose is to establish his trademark in the industry with this single restaurant in the region first. Brian Bonar’s future holds a host of lots of plans of being diversified in many different industrial fields.