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California Business Portal

Business just got easier with the California Business Portal. Find all the tools and resources you need to get your business up and running in California.

California Competes Tax Credit

The California Competes Tax Credit is an income tax credit available to businesses that want to come to California or stay and grow in California.

Permit Assistance

Find out what specific federal, state, regional, or local permits that may be needed for your business. GO-Biz has permit specialists ready to answer all your permit questions.

Film & Television Tax Credit 2.0

 The CA Film and T.V. Tax Credit Program provides $330 million annually to encourage film and television production in the state.

California Made

California is a world leader in innovation, style, and quality goods. Is your product made in California? Certify your product as CA Made.

EB-5 Investor Visa Program

Utilize the Federal Visa Program to attract international investment so that your business can grow.

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Tax credits projected to create 6,166 jobs and make $490 million  worth of new capital equipment investments across California


Cal Poly and the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development Welcome California High School Students to Compete in Statewide Cybersecurity Challenge Event set for June 22-25 at California Cyber Training Complex in San Luis Obispo

“This program will help students across California gain new technical skills to spur new innovation and strengthen cybersecurity.” - GO-Biz Director Panorea Avdis


GO-Biz Hosts First California Innovation Day at the Capitol and Launches Cybersecurity Labor Market Study

Thirty stakeholders from across the state participated in a series of meetings with leaders from the California Assembly, Senate and multiple state agencies on various topics relating to innovation to ensure greater partnership development between the public and private sectors.

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