Monthly Archives: February 2019

We are thrilled to announce the Chamber’s new Chair of the Board, Rick Bregman, San Diego Market President for Bank of America. A native of San Diego, Rick brings a wealth of experience and passion for the San Diego community to the Chamber. As Market President, he is responsible for coordinating all lines of business for […]

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On February 26 and 27 the Chamber led a delegation of 85 business, community, and civic leaders to the state capital to advocate for legislation that will benefit regional business and job creation during the Chamber’s annual Leadership Delegation to Sacramento. “With a new administration in Sacramento, comes a new political landscape and legislative priorities and […]

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Kyocera Document Solutions West offers an award-winning range of technology and integrated business process improvement solutions that work together seamlessly. From desktop printers and multifunctional printers to robust color and black & white multifunctional products and business applications; our solutions turn otherwise complex data and document workflows into simple, efficient processes.

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Designed to empower and elevate women in the workplace, LEAD San Diego’s Advance program consists of seven monthly half-day sessions from May through November. In addition to providing tools to help women meet their career goal, Advance includes tailored coaching and mentorship. Here’s what a few Advance graduates have to say about the program: “Advance […]

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San Diego Young Leaders (SDYL), a program for 21- to 40-year-old professionals, has announced their new board as well as their calendar for 2019. We thank City of San Diego Councilmember Vivian Moreno (’16) for serving as 2019 Honorary Chair of the SDYL Board. SDYL programs include a mix of professional development opportunities, with presentations from […]

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Education, community investment, the border, supporting female entrepreneurs and combating gang violence.  These are some of the issues important in San Diego, and it’s where six leaders are making a meaningful difference that will last for years. LEAD San Diego will honor those six individuals at its 17th Annual Visionary Awards, Southern California’s premier leadership […]

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Earlier this month, the Chamber hosted a presentation and roundtable discussion with John G. Murphy, Senior Vice President for International Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Murphy provided an overview on where U.S. trade policy is headed and presented an early assessment of the revised trade agreement for North America. Nearly 3.6 billion in […]

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On January 29th, the Chamber partnered with Consejo Coordinador Empresarial in Tijuana to host an informational forum that provided an overview of the revised agreement and discussed the possible impacts on our binational region. Moderated by Luis Hernandez, President of INDEX Tijuana, our panelists included Gustavo de Hoyos Walther, President of COPARMEX Mexico, Manuel Muñiz, […]

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As champions of our binational region, the Chamber works to promote the economic opportunity that the border provides through robust cross border collaboration and partnerships. As such, we take every opportunity to correct the misrepresentations of our region as they could damage our economy and global competitiveness. San Diego has always been among the list […]

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Trade between the U.S. and Mexico has increased exponentially with California’s exports to Mexico have grown by 311 percent since 1993. Infrastructure to facilitate this trade has not kept up with this pace.  The Chamber has long advocated for expanding the North American Development Bank (NADBank)’s role to pursue investments in international land port of […]

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