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The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) was recognized by the Imperial Valley Economic Development Corporation (IVEDC) as the “Partner of the Year.”
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The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) announced today that the California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) committee approved $60.9 million in tax credits for 74 companies expanding and creating jobs in California.
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GO-Biz and the California Energy Commission convened the Joint Working Group in Beijing to discuss ways to strengthen economic opportunities for California clean tech companies and encourage Chinese foreign direct investment.
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GO-Biz Director Panorea Avdis and California Energy Commission Chair Robert B. Weisenmiller are leading the delegation which includes representatives from GO-Biz, the California Energy Commission, the California Environmental Protection Agency and more.
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GO-Biz Director Panorea Avdis Joins NextEV for Official Opening of North American Headquarters
Autonomous Vehicle Permit Issued and Road Testing Can Begin
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State Receives Federal Funding to Help California Small Businesses Boost Exports Globally
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The DRÄXLMAIER Group will invest a total of $24 million to set up its first-ever manufacturing plant on the West Coast to further its expansion in California’s growing electric vehicle industry.
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Sacramento, California - In response to an Executive Order issued last year by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., state agency leaders today released the California Sustainable Freight Action Plan, a comprehensive document that serves as a blueprint for transforming the state’s multi-billion dollar freight transport system into one that is environmentally cleaner, more efficient, and more economically competitive than it is today.
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Sacramento, California. – The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) today announced a series of workshops across California designed to help businesses apply for the California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC).
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Sacramento, Calif. – As part of California’s continued leadership in preparing a workforce of the future to address cybersecurity, the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) hosted the inaugural California Cyber Innovation Challenge (CCIC) at Sacramento City College. In this demonstration event, eight teams of high school students competed in a series of timed cybersecurity challenges to defend the integrity of simulated computer networks and crack complex codes.
Brook TaylorDeputy Director, Communications
Email: Brook.Taylor@gov.ca.govPhone: (916) 322-0667