ABOUT

At Pacific Business, we believe in making business more personal and building trust into every result. We’re collaborators – obsessed with quality and ready for anything – who understand the value of strong relationships. We challenge the expectations of business. And we can help you do the same.

In today’s ever-changing tax environment where every challenge is unique, we have the talent and tech to help you meet it with confidence.
Our advisory teams tackle challenges alongside you, designing fresh solutions with a balance of scale, skill and service you’ll only find here.

OUR TEAM

Our advisory teams tackle challenges alongside you, designing fresh solutions with a balance of scale, skill and service you’ll only find here.

DOMINICK JAMES

Founder and Principal

Many companies out there are satisfied with the status quo, both in terms of the services they provide and the direction their industry is traveling. That complacency counts on people to maintain it. So those companies hire job candidates who won’t stick their necks out too far or rock the boat too much.

GRACE RIOS

Project Manager

Many companies out there are satisfied with the status quo, both in terms of the services they provide and the direction their industry is traveling. That complacency counts on people to maintain it. So those companies hire job candidates who won’t stick their necks out too far or rock the boat too much.

 

KIM BAILEY

VP Marketing

Many companies out there are satisfied with the status quo, both in terms of the services they provide and the direction their industry is traveling. That complacency counts on people to maintain it. So those companies hire job candidates who won’t stick their necks out too far or rock the boat too much.

TREVOR SINCLAIR

VP Accounts

Many companies out there are satisfied with the status quo, both in terms of the services they provide and the direction their industry is traveling. That complacency counts on people to maintain it. So those companies hire job candidates who won’t stick their necks out too far or rock the boat too much.