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Greater Sacramento Travels to Washington D.C. for SelectUSA

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) business development team traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the international SelectUSA investment summit as part of a record-sized California delegation led by the state’s Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis.

Greater Sacramento Attends Bio International Convention in San Diego

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council attended the Bio International Convention in San Diego this week to meet with emerging biotech companies to share about the Greater Sacramento market.

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Greater Sacramento Travels to Washington D.C. for SelectUSA

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) business development team traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the international SelectUSA investment summit as part of a record-sized California delegation led by the state’s Lieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis.

Greater Sacramento Region Set for Unprecedented 5-Year Growth

A new white paper from Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) and Newmark finds the Greater Sacramento region is on a major growth trajectory as investment, population increase and expanding opportunities for talent and education go into overdrive.

Media Highlights

TurtleTree Opens Sacramento, California, R&D Campus

A biotech company that's using cell-based technologies to create sustainable food and dairy, TurtleTree launched a new R&D Facility in West Sacramento, California.

Workers find success with upskilling programs, land higher-paying jobs following the pandemic

Alicia MacHale’s pandemic experience was all too real. Her grandfather died. She left her job at the Sacramento County Coroner’s Office to help her children learn remotely.

Wealth, class and remote work reshape California’s new boomtowns as people flee big cities

Rebecca Luke was itching to move her family out of the Bay Area, fed up with soaring property taxes, epic commuter crawls and home prices aimed at Silicon Valley venture capitalists.

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