The Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance (SARTA) is a tech-focused non-profit corporation established in 2001 to support entrepreneurial programs, companies and technology investment. SARTAÕs mission is to accelerate the growth and development of technology companies and the technology sector in the Sacramento region.
PCV helps companies in traditionally overlooked areas to gain access to capital, business advice, and critical business resources that will accelerate company growth. Currently, PCV targets existing businesses throughout California, but has a particular focus on the Bay Area, Los Angeles, San Diego and the Central Valley.
OCTANe connects people and ideas with capital and resources to fuel technology growth in Orange County. Our members work together to stimulate technology job growth and wealth creation in Orange County; help entrepreneurs turn ideas into successful businesses; help companies connect with funding and growth resources; and help develop the next-generation of technology business leaders.
CONNECT is a regional program that catalyzes the creation of innovative technology and life sciences products in San Diego County by linking inventors and entrepreneurs with the resources they need for success. Since 1985, CONNECT has assisted in the formation and development of more than 3,000 companies. The leadership of CONNECT attributes its success to the unique culture of collaboration between industry, capital sources, professional service providers and research organizations that CONNECT has sought to foster in the region.
The San Diego Film Commission is dedicated to promoting San Diego as a film-friendly region, coordinating and facilitating the permission process and serving as a liaison with local government, the community, and the production industry.
Mission As Imperial County celebrates its centennial, IVEDC’s Mission is to help grow the regional economy by aggressively marketing the region to attract business. Core Values
-Commitment to enhance the quality of life experienced in Imperial Valley by engaging in initiatives that contribute to the diversification of the regional economy.
-Dedication to a Regional Economic Development Approach.
Yuba-Sutter Economic Development Corporation is a non-profit service organization that provides all companies within the Yuba-Sutter region with business solutions. Through strategic partnerships, our solutions drive growth, foster job creation and improve quality of life. YSEDC staff and resources are available to work closely and in strict confidence with businesses considering location or expansion within the Yuba-Sutter region.
Superior California Economic Development provides assistance in economic development planning, coordination and implementation and provides small business training, counseling and financing assistance with the goal of creating stable, long-term employment opportunities in the private sector economy.