Monthly Archives: April 2022

For the first time in over 25 years, CAD/CAM CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. is opening a new office! They are a pivotal part of the ever-growing San Diego manufacturing community and now can better support, train, and consult their existing and future customers in the area. Join their Open House May 10th at 11am. Register here […]

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According to the CDC, following a public health reassessment, CDC Director Rochelle Walensky moved forward with terminating Title 42. In effect, this means that unaccompanied non-citizen children will not be expelled from the United States under CDC’s order. DHS Secretary Mayorkas released a statement in response to the CDC’s announcement to end Title 42, which […]

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Congratulations to our very own, Dike Anyiwo, for his appointment to the City of San Diego’s Climate Action Plan Advisory Group. Dike is a Public Policy Advisor for the Chamber, where he specializes in education and workforce issues as well as sustainability & industry policy areas. Dike also serves as the Chair of the Midway-Pacific […]

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After Mexico’s Supreme Court failed to reach the two-thirds majority needed to declare President Lopez Obrador’s electricity reform unconstitutional, the MORENA party was unable to reach the votes needed to pass the reform in Congress. However, President Lopez Obrador announced another initiative to nationalize lithium. The proposed legislation strengthens government control over the mining sector […]

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Nearly two years since its passage, City of San Diego’s Complete Communities has four projects funded, with another 10 currently awaiting approval. In total, these projects could bring 864 homes to the region.    The County of San Diego has approved funding for five different affordable housing developments. Running from Carlsbad to National City and […]

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Earlier this month, San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria released next year’s proposed city budget which includes continuing pandemic recovery and infrastructure enhancements. The budget proposal is broken down into three volumes and can be reviewed in full here. Learn more.

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Mainstay Medical’s journey started in 2008 with a patent that has led to their revolutionary therapy for mechanical chronic low back pain: ReActiv8. With the majority of adults suffering from low back pain at some point in their lives and many suffering from chronic low back pain, ReActiv8 has proven to be a leader in restorative therapy […]

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SL United Construction was established in 2016 and is a family owned business.  SL United Construction is committed to its core values of integrity, innovation, and quality. They approach each project with our client’s vision in mind and build customer relationships based on communication and trust.  Every member of the construction team commits to exceed […]

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LEADers On The Move

We enjoy seeing what our graduates are doing and how they are making an impact on the world. Share your good news with us via email: lead@sdchamber.org. Impact 2014 graduate Greg Kershaw now serves as Board Chair for the Fred Finch Youth Center. Current Impact participant Tracy Eckard is now the Director of Workforce Development […]

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