Monthly Archives: September 2017

Regular communication with our leaders at the local, state and national level is critical to making San Diego the best place to do business in California. Great progress was made during our annual delegation trip to Washington, D.C. which took place September 24 – 27, 2017. This year’s delegation was the largest, with 163 business […]

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What started out as a small association of parents concerned by the lack of resources for their children with disabilities in 1951 has now grown into one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the San Diego region. Services once limited to addressing the needs of children now empower over 2,500 children and adults with disabilities […]

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Since 1970, Interpreters Unlimited, Inc. has served the limited-English speaking and Deaf community of San Diego. Our goal is to provide solutions where language is a barrier to communication. With IU, you can provide your clients, patients or students with an interpreter on-site, by telephone, or video to enable communication in their language of choice. […]

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Neal’s Cafe, located at 4465  University Avenue is San Diego’s newest spot for gourmet artisan desserts and trendy drinks. The official opening was on September 9th with a ribbon cutting. Guests were greeted with great drink specials throughout the day. To learn more and view the entire exciting menu, please visit NealCafe.com.

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Tony Perez is honored with the 10News LEADership Award for starting Operation Game On, which uses golf as a form of rehabilitation for returning combat-injured troops suffering from physical and mental disabilities.

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The International Tribute Awards Dinner recognizes outstanding individuals and organizations that have made a significant impact in the binational efforts bridging U.S. and Mexican economies. This year’s celebration will take place on Wednesday, October 25, at the Omni San Diego Hotel in the Gaslamp. As the Chamber’s marquee international event, this dinner welcomes over 200 […]

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Be sure to apply now for the Mission to Washington D.C September 24 through 27. Don’t miss your chance to meet the nation’s top policy officials and experts while creating meaningful relationships with San Diego’s most influential business leaders. If you’re still thinking about joining, take a peek at some of the senior-level officials and […]

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In a surprising move in late August the California issued a decision that taxes proposed via initiative need a majority to pass, changing the existing requirement that even taxes via initiative be subject to the two-thirds threshold. UT Story: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/politics/sd-me-initiative-ruling-20170828-story.html

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The California state legislature will be taking votes in the coming days, on three major pieces of legislation to address the housing affordability crisis. Those bills are SB 2 (Atkins), SB 3 (Beall), and SB 35 (Wiener). The Chamber has been active in supporting SB 2, by Senator Toni Atkins, which creates a sustainable fund […]

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Senator Dianne Feinstein provided an update on key federal issues, entertained questions from Chamber members, and engaged in a robust dialogue on a broad range of issues including North Korea, the future of healthcare reform and trade. In a full room with fifty attendees representing varied industries, the Senator provided frank views on the current political […]

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