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The funding is part of the STEP program and will help increase export activities in foreign markets including China, Europe, Southeast Asia, and Mexico.
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670 California companies rank among Inc.’s 5000 List
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Program Helps Make State Government More User Friendly and Improve Business Climate
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Funds will also support business commercialization and diversification efforts and worker re-training opportunities
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Sixteen Teams of High School Students Competed in Simulated Cybersecurity Challenges
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Sixteen Teams of High School Students Competing in Simulated Cybersecurity Challenges for Top Honors
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“The California Competes Tax Credit continues to encourage companies from around the world to locate, expand and add good paying jobs in California,” said Will Koch, GO-Biz Chief Deputy Director.
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California economic development and business representatives pitched their regions and projects as destinations for new foreign direct investment to a group of 22 Chinese investors focused on clean tech, water innovation, sustainable development, zero emission vehicles, and more.
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This program is open to any business planning to create new full-time jobs in the state, regardless of size or location. Since 2014, GO-Biz has allocated $492.5 million to 688 companies projected to create 70,747 new jobs and $14.4 billion in new investments.
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Since GO-Biz announced the statewide competition in March, teams of high school students from across California have competed in regional cybersecurity challenges in order to qualify for the statewide competition.
Sid VoorakkaraDeputy Director, External Affairs
Email: Sid.Voorakkara@gov.ca.govPhone: (916) 322-3140