California Relief Grant Briefing for Economic Developers Recording

CALED, working in conjunction with the California Office of the Small Business Advocate (CalOSBA) in the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development and Lendistry, held a webinar on December 29 on the $500 million grant program for small businesses prior to releasing the application on December 30. To access the recording of this webinar, click here.

2020-12-29T16:47:32-08:00December 24th, 2020|CALED News, Econ Dev News|

CALED CEO Gurbax Sahota Awarded Honorary ACE Designation

This summer, the Board of Regents for The California Academy for Economic Development (The Academy) awarded Gurbax Sahota, President and CEO of the California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED) an Honorary Accredited California Economic Developer (ACE) designation for her statewide leadership in economic development policy and programs. Past Academy Regents Chair Bruce Kern noted [...]

2020-08-25T10:04:49-07:00August 25th, 2020|CALED News, Econ Dev News|

Read about CA Manufacturing Report from LocalIntel Economic Development

*From LocalIntel Economic Development California’s metropolitan areas continue their road to recovery by adding 30,100 manufacturing jobs last month. Using Localintel’s free and publicly accessible Industry Job Tracker, this report provides 7 observations highlighting changes in manufacturing employment levels for the state’s metro areas.  At the time of writing, the Tracker draws on the data from [...]

2020-08-04T15:22:46-07:00August 4th, 2020|CALED News, Econ Dev News|

Read the COVID-19 Employer Playbook For a Safe Reopening

This Employer Playbook provides guidance for employers to help them plan and prepare for reopening their business and to support a safe, clean environment for workers and customers. The guidance and links in each section are provided to give employers the tools they need to open safely and mitigate risks associated with COVID-19. The guidance is not intended to revoke or repeal any worker rights, either statutory, regulatory or collectively bargained, and is not exhaustive, as it does not include county health orders, nor is it a substitute for any existing safety and health-related [...]

2020-07-28T14:13:01-07:00July 28th, 2020|CALED News, Econ Dev News|
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