San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
With the recent passage of SB 90 and AB 93, also known as the Governor's Economic Development Initiative, the Enterprise Zone program was replaced with three new tools for economic development in California. Those tools include a targeted hiring credit, a sales and use tax exemption for manufacturing and R&D equipment purchases and a new flexible tax credit for business attraction and expansion called "California Competes."
Register today to hear an overview on this new flexible tax credit, and what's next from GO-Biz - from the director of the Governor’s office that administers "California Competes,” Kish Rajan.
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Inland Empire Economic Partnership
The Inland Empire Economic Partnership (IEEP) is the private, non-profit regional economic development organization for the Inland Empire (which includes both Riverside and San Bernardino Counties). The Mission of the Inland Empire Economic Partnership is to help create the two-county region’s voice for business and quality of life.