The Download July 2019: Future mobility in the Greater Sacramento region

Greater Sacramento

July 19, 2019

We are excited to announce the launch of The Download, our quarterly update on economic development in Greater Sacramento. Join us as we discuss emerging developments that are catalyzing the region’s business climate.
 
Our first episode showcases the California Mobility Center, featuring a roundtable discussion with SMUD CEO and General Manager Arlen Orchard, Sacramento Vice Mayor Eric Guerra and Sacramento County District 1 Supervisor Phil Serna.
 
Join the conversation to find out how the California Mobility Center will change future mobility in Greater Sacramento, California and the world.
 
 

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