Monthly Archives: June 2016

The following content is from our latest Policy Update newsletter. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. — The San Diego City Council voted 8-1 to approve the One Paseo mixed-used development project last month. The Chamber team has been highly active in ensuring the project passes, as it will add much-needed housing, retail, […]

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The following content is from our latest Policy Update newsletter. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. — The Chamber hosted a luncheon with Assistant Secretary of Homeland Security, Alan Bersin for a follow-up to the previous meeting with Bersin in Washington, D.C. last September. Bersin asked the Chamber to continue its leadership in […]

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The following content is from our latest Policy Update newsletter. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. — The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) released a report detailing the likely impact that the Trans-Pacific Partnership would have on the U.S. economy and specific industry sectors, including manufacturing (electronic equipment) and […]

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The following content is from our latest Policy Update newsletter. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. — How is it that law makers are able to cast votes without thought to the effect on the economy? The California Policy Impact Project (C-PIP) aims to help lawmakers see the impact of […]

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Kumon Math and Reading Center of Point Loma is part of the largest after-school math and reading program in the world that unlocks the potential of children so they can achieve more on their own. Kumon has over 26,000 centers in 49 countries and regions and more than four million students studying worldwide. The Kumon […]

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The San Diego Chamber hosted its annual Congressional Luncheon Monday at the beautiful Hilton Bayfront Hotel. The event brought together nearly 500 business leaders and government officials, to hear from the luncheon’s featured panel speakers Congressmembers Susan Davis, Duncan Hunter, Darrell Issa, and Scott Peters. Chamber Executive VP & COO Aimee Faucett moderated the panel and asked […]

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The following content is from our latest Policy Update newsletter. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. — International Business Affairs Project Manager Mayra Vazquez attended a Bush Presidential Institute Working Group meeting at the North American Development Bank (NADB) office in San Antonio, Texas. The group contains business, transportation, financial, and academia leaders […]

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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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The following content is from our latest Policy Update newsletter. To get these updates directly to your inbox, sign up here. — Last week, the Chamber team met with representatives from the private sector and economic development organizations across the U.S.-Mexico border. By strengthening cross-border relationships and uniting as one voice, the Chamber seeks to attract both […]

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This week, we’re excited to present a business leader spotlight from Renita Mollman, the Vice President of Burns & McDonnell, which is a nationally-recognized engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions firm. Renita is one of the first female officers at Burns & McDonnell, and – as the initiator of Burns & McDonnell’s Professional Women’s […]

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