Sunday, July 22, 2012

California Governor signs measure to aid and attract companies

California is beefing up its economic development marketing efforts.  
The Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development, or GO-Biz, is California's strongest effort to attract new companies and support existing businesses since the Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency was shuttered in 2003 under Gov. Gray Davis. 

According to a GO-Biz news release, there is a first time allocation of $3.75 million. That should provide about 28 employees focused on the attraction, retention and expansion of businesses, international trade, small-business assistance, permit streamlining and more. More here.

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