Monthly Archives: March 2019

The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce annually honors our region’s small businesses and nonprofits for their significant contributions as drivers of economic growth through our Small Business Awards. There are five categories for organizations with fewer than 50 employees, including nonprofits can apply for: Making a Difference Innovation Leader Thank You for Your Service […]

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Congrats to Torrey Holistics who celebrated 3 years of conscientious cannabis customer service and support! Please visit their website @ https://torreyholistics.com for events, orders and more information or contact Megan @ 619-486-4544 to speak with our Cannabis Coordinator.

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Facilitated by San Diego’s top civic, community and business leaders, as well as key regional decision-makers, Influence is a peer-to-peer program specially developed to further educate C-level and senior executives on key regional issues. Often described as a “crash course on San Diego,” Influence is highly valued by corporate executives and mid-to-large companies interested in […]

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We applaud Senator Feinstein (CA) for her recent work to secure language requiring the IBWC and Department of State to report to Congress on their work to “mitigate transboundary pollution including a description of efforts taken by federal agencies to implement measures addressing increased flows since 2017, feasibility studies for sediment basins in the Tijuana […]

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Chamber VP, Paola Avila joined Davin Lopez President, Mesilla Valley Economic Development Alliance of New Mexico & Luis Ramirez President, Ramirez Advisors Inter-National of Arizona on a panel regarding border development at the XVIII Congressional Border Issues and NAFTA/USMCA Conference in Washington, D.C. hosted by the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce. Paola shared insight about our […]

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We applaud Governor Newsom in his recent announcement as he signed an executive order establishing the International Affairs and Trade Development Interagency Committee and assigning Lieutenant Governor Kounalakis as the Governor’s representative for International Affairs and Trade Development where she will advise the Governor on international opportunities. Lt. Governor Kounalakis will serve as the chair […]

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Senate Pro Tem Toni Atkins, Senator Ben Hueso, and Assemblymember Shirley Weber are hosting a community forum to break down the state budget and go over how it impacts the San Diego region. The event is on March 28th from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the Educational Cultural Complex. RSVP here.

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This month the Energy & Water Committee hosted the Chair of the City’s Environment Committee, Councilmember Jennifer Campbell. Councilmember Campbell shared her priorities for the Environment Committee which include rivers and waterways; the Climate Action Plan; water, storm drains, and street sweeping; oceans and sea level rise; energy and technology; and more. The Councilmember shared […]

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On February 20th, the Education & Workforce Roundtable hosted a panel on making the business case for affordable and accessible child care. Moderated by Omar Passons from the County of San Diego, panelists included representatives from Child Care Law Center and First 5 Los Angeles. Panelists highlighted the challenges of opening and expanding child care […]

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