Brian Bonar Now Making Startup Restaurants A Big Investment On His Part

Some notable restaurants have taken over the picturesque Escondido town, just north of the main hub of San Diego, and one of those restaurants is Bellamy’s, a grand cuisine featuring some exquisite dishes prepared by Master Chef Patrick Ponsaty.

The founder of this restaurant is Brian Bonar, a San Diego based businessman who has undertaken aproject to build fine restaurants in the Escondido and San Marcos area, including the signature Ranch at Bandy Canyon tourist area.

Brian Bonar formerly did scouting for HR experts in the companies he’s founded over the years, and now he’s become a talent seeker in the culinary arts world. He certainly did no wrong in hiring Ponsaty, who has won the prestigious Master Chef of France honor, and has been named to the “Chef’s Hall of Fame” in San Diego’s Home & Dalrada magazine.

Prior to taking over Bellamy’s and other restaurants of San Diego County, Bonar founded companies that focused on Human Resource management and new technologies for accounting and payroll management.

He got his education completed at the universities of Strathclyde and Staffordshire in the UK, and has even earned the honor of Lord Bonar of Wilcrick, a Welsh noble honor granted to him for his work.

Brian Bonar has served on and managed so many companies, some of which include Rastek Corp., QMS Management, Bezier Systems, and IBM U.K. Ltd. For over 20 years, Bonar has been with the Dalrada Financial Group in San Diego, and during that time he’s founded several professional employer organizations (PEOs).

Bonar’s PEO companies have helped small to mid-sized businesses save money on operations by outsourcing tasks to them. Basically, businesses go hire a PEO to manage human resources, accounting, payroll services, taxes, employee benefits, hiring and recruiting.

Businesses still control the day-to-day tasks and can terminate the partnership at any time for any reason. But the PEO can take care of all the regulatory and compliance issues without the parent company having to hire extra accountants or auditors.

Bonar has also changed some tech manufacturing companies into full IT service businesses.

In addition, Imaging Technologies partnered up with PEO SourceOne Group to streamline business infrastructure into an all-in-one employer and IT group. In addition to his business activities, he’s also on the board of The Boys and Girls Club of San Diego.

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