Category: San Diego

The significance of San Diego’s housing crisis has the attention of the region’s elected, business, and community leaders. And for good reason: it’s getting worse. Housing affordability and accessibility are a major bottleneck for the region’s growth and development. A new report by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and Greater San Diego Association of […]

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Jump start 2017 with a focus on health and fitness by taking part in our 5th Annual Get Fit San Diego 30-Day Challenge. The Challenge, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, is a fun and friendly fitness competition designed to help you become more active and healthy for 30 days so that you can continue long after […]

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The following content is from the November edition of the Business Forecast newsletter, sponsored by Silvergate Bank. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. Business community frequently engaged in corporate social responsibility, but mixed on employee retention effectiveness Continuing a trend that extends back over a year to mid-2015, San Diego […]

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On Tuesday, November 8 the Port of San Diego Board of Commissioners received an update and unanimously approved to move forward with Protea Development’s Seaport San Diego and officially end the Central Embarcadero RFP process. Negotiations with Port staff will continue to proceed. The Chamber officially supported the proposal at the September Board of Directors […]

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The Chamber was present for a special hearing at the San Diego City Council regarding significant regulation of short term rentals, including popular companies such as Airbnb and HomeAway. Representatives from the Chamber staff testified, asking that any motion impacting innovation and business in San Diego be vetted, discussed and properly considered before being applied. The City Council requested […]

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Aaaaaand away they go!!!! Those are the words everyone will be waiting for when San Diego hosts the Breeders’ Cup World Championships at the legendary Del Mar Racetrack on Nov. 3-4, 2017. This two-day, $28 million extravaganza attracts the best horses, trainers, and owners from across the globe. It has also become the unofficial end and […]

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On October 25, the San Diego City Council approved an accelerated timeline and full environmental analysis of the Pure Water municipal water recycling program. The Chamber remains extremely supportive of Pure Water, which will make essential strides in ensuring our region has a safe and reliable drinking supply during uncertain drought conditions. By 2035, three water […]

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The following content is from the September edition of the Business Forecast newsletter, sponsored by Silvergate Bank. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. Feelings on diversity in business success mixed, but those that highly value diversity are enjoying far more success Confidence among San Diego County businesses continues to fluctuate in this […]

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More than anything, promoting commerce is about leveraging our most valuable assets: people. So I was concerned when our recent Business and Tax Climate Dashboard revealed that, at 44.6 percent, women make up less of San Diego County’s workforce than any of our competitor metropolitan areas across the nation. Women in San Diego County do […]

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The following content is from the June edition of the Business Forecast newsletter, sponsored by Silvergate Bank. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. Survey respondents say starting a business in San Diego County is difficult Following three months of erratic business confidence, this month’s Silvergate Bank-sponsored Business Forecast shows modest change in outlook […]

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