More than a capital city

Greater Sacramento has reached critical mass and investors and companies are taking note. We’re the right place and now is the right time. Why aren’t you here yet? 

THE CALIFORNIA OPTION

Greater Sacramento’s growth trajectory is set to go into overdrive. The region is quickly becoming one of the hottest markets in the West, and the place to live, work and do business in California.

GROWING, DIVERSE & EDUCATED

One of the fastest-growing large metros in California is also one of the country’s most diverse and highly educated.

Data sources: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, College Navigator, CompTIA

NEXT LEVEL INVESTMENT

Greater Sacramento has become a magnet for semiconductor leaders, with Samsung, AMD, Qualcomm, Bosch and Solidigm opening offices here in the last two years.

GROUND-BREAKING DEVELOPMENTS

All this activity is culminating in the development of key projects that will change the region’s economic landscape. See a preview of what’s to come below.

LIFE DONE RIGHT

Forbes’ #1 place to live in California, Greater Sacramento offers something for everyone. From an exciting arts scene to professional sports teams and miles upon miles of picturesque outdoor spaces, adventurous opportunities abound.

SUCCESS STORIES

Get to know some of the companies driving Greater Sacramento’s transformation.

  • Clutch

    Clutch, a leading woman-owned business specializing in consulting services for both private and public sectors, announced its new headquarters in the state capital of California region in Rancho Cordova.

  • Origin Materials

    Origin Materials was founded in West Sacramento by two UC Davis graduates who met while studying chemical engineering. Today, Origin is the world’s leading carbon negative materials company, boasting partnerships with the likes of Mitsubishi and LVMH Beauty.

  • advanced.farm

    Advanced.farm is a cutting-edge agtech company located just minutes from UC Davis – the country’s #1 agricultural science university -- in the Greater Sacramento region.

  • Growth Factory

    Greater Sacramento’s growing innovation infrastructure supplies entrepreneurial resources, financing and collaboration for start-ups and businesses to grow and thrive. The Growth Factory, a regional pre-seed accelerator and accompanying venture fund, is a key resource to early stage companies.

  • PowerSchool

    PowerSchool’s IPO in 2021 was the largest in K-12 education software in North America. The Folsom, CA-based company is a leading provider of global educational technology, impacting 45 million students around the world. Its 2021 IPO was the largest in K-12 education software in North America. The company is headquartered in Folsom, California and employs over 3,000.

DIVE DEEPER

Learn more about the trends influencing the region’s growth.

Sutter Health Park to Host A’s Baseball

<p style="font-weight: 400;">Today, the Sacramento Kings, majority owner of the five-time Pacific Coast League champion Sacramento River Cats, announced that Sutter Health Park will host the A’s for three MLB seasons starting in 2025 with an option for a fourth – ahead of the team’s transition to Las Vegas.</p>

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Samsung opens chip R&D office in Greater Sacramento

Samsung Semiconductor has opened an R&D office in Folsom to house an advanced computer lab and controller development team to create technology for artificial intelligence, data centers, mobile phones and automotive chips. The office will initially employ 50 with plans to grow.

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Clutch, A Woman-Owned Business, Unveils New Headquarters in Rancho Cordova

<p style="font-weight: 400;">Clutch, a leading woman-owned business specializing in consulting services for both private and public sectors, announced its new headquarters in the state capital of California region in Rancho Cordova.</p>

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BOSCH acquires U.S. chipmaker TSI Semiconductors in Roseville

Bosch, the Fortune 500 German multinational engineering and tech company, has acquired TSI Semiconductors in Roseville, CA near Sacramento. Bosch intends to invest more than $1.5 billion in the site and convert the facilities to state-of-the-art processes.

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Global Semiconductor Company Solidigm Names Rancho Cordova Global Headquarters

Solidigm, a U.S.-based leading global provider of innovative NAND flash memory solutions, has named the City of Rancho Cordova in Greater Sacramento the company’s new global headquarters.

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