The Philharmonik, 2024 Tiny Desk Contest Winner: Tiny Desk Concert

After rising to the top of nearly 7,000 entries, Sacramento-based artist, The Philharmonik won NPR's 2024 Tiny Desk Contest. You can watch the full performance here.

Ellwood Commercial moving ahead on plan for hotel at Sunrise Mall

A plan to redevelop Sunrise Mall in Citrus Heights is moving forward with proposed plan from Ellwood Commercial. The proposed plan includes a 120-room hotel, as well as plans for a new retail or restaurant development.

West Sacramento-based Clark Pacific hiring 200 for backlog of building systems work, big new project

Prefabricated concrete building systems company Clark Pacific is ramping up hiring of 200 employees for a growing backlog of architectural work and also for a big new structural project.

Intel invests in data center technology, emulation at its Folsom campus

Intel is investing in its Folsom Campus, adding data center infrastructure and equipment.

Introducing the 2024 Women Who Mean Business honorees

GSEC Competitiveness Council Member, Lori Rianda, Senior Vice President and Market Executive at Bank of America, was recognized among the 2024 Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business.

Is America’s oldest Chinese restaurant in a tiny suburb of Sacramento? Historians investigate

The six history enthusiasts affiliated with the University of California, Davis, had gathered at the Chicago Cafe in Woodland, California, with one goal in mind: to determine the exact age of what may be the oldest Chinese restaurant in the country.

Best Places To Live In California In 2024

For the second year in a row, Forbes ranked Sacramento the #1 best place to live in California based on key lifestyle factors such as the area's media home price, personal income per capita and the unemployment and crime rates.

Mixed-Use Development Breaks Ground In Del Paso Heights

The Greater Sacramento Urban League hosted a groundbreaking May 3 for its "Hub in the Heights" development. This project will have 68 rental units, 75% of which will be designated affordable, and two levels of retail space.

How Sacramento State is becoming a statewide hub for Black student success

Sacramento State will be the home of a new center for Black student success to develop programs across the 23-campus California State University system and in underserved communities throughout the state.

Woodland lands international FIRA agricultural robotics forum and trade show

Woodland will play host to an international robotics forum and display of automation in agriculture as part of the FIRA USA 2024 event this fall.

CSU awards Sac State $250,000 to help launch first-ever Black Honors College

Sacramento State will receive $250,000 from the California State University to help establish the nation’s first Black Honors College. The award is part of the CSU’s systemwide initiative to implement programs that promote Black student success.

Elevai Labs in deal to develop co-treatments for weight-loss drugs

GSEC locate, Elevai Labs Inc. has entered an exclusive agreement with a South Korean company, MOA Life Plus Co. Ltd. to develop engineered products for weight loss and muscle retention. “This license agreement represents a transformational and strategic milestone for Elevai,” said Jordan Plews, CEO and Co-founder of Elevai, which has laboratories in Folsom.

New AI-Driven Insights Reveal Small Business Owners Are Bullish Despite Constricted Spending

GSEC Board Member company, Clutch, launched its first inaugural Clutch Entrepreneur Tracker. This quarterly data analysis evaluates the emotional state of entrepreneurial spending, detailing the key reasons many are opting to leave traditional corporations in favor of starting their own businesses.

West Sacramento's Origin Materials delivers first fully recyclable plastic bottle cap

West Sacramento-based Origin Materials developed what it says is the first sustainable and fully recyclable plastic bottle cap for plastic bottles. This breakthrough is the first of its kind and is the first step to producing fully recyclable containers of every kind.

Sacramento Kings sold out every 2023-24 regular season home game, NBA says

The Sacramento Kings sold out every home game this past regular season, the NBA says. It was a banner year for attendance across the NBA, according to the league's numbers published on Monday.

Sac State President J. Luke Wood shares his story, priorities on ‘The Jennifer Hudson Show’

Sacramento State President and GSEC Board Member J. Luke Wood shared his story and priorities for the university on "The Jennifer Hudson Show", garnering national attention. Among the initiatives he promoted is the creation of the nation's first Black honors college, which was recently awarded $250,000 from the California State University to support its launch this fall.

This Sacramento-area city is one of the most livable in the U.S., study says. Here's why

According to, Elk Grove is one of the most livable places in the United States based on factors including housing, education and environment. With a score of 799 out of 1000, Elk Grove ranked the highest among the four California cities on the list.

Sacramento State to offer guaranteed admission to students from Elk Grove Unified School District

In partnership with EGUSD, Sacramento State launched a program aimed to ensure students from underrepresented and first-generation backgrounds know about available education opportunities. This new program provides guaranteed college admission to eligible graduation seniors.

With new Folsom office, Qualcomm plans to double local employee count

Global semiconductor giant, Qualcomm, has officially opened an office in Folsom. The opening provides roughly 20 formerly remote employees with permanent office space. The company plans to double its employee count in the region.

20 executives to be honored in the Sacramento Business Journal's C-Suite Awards this year

GSEC Executive Vice President, Troels Adrian, was recognized as one of the 20 honorees for the 2024 C-Suite Awards, presented by the Sacramento Business Journal.

AgStart and Bayer announce Golden Ticket competition for AgriFood Innovators

In partnership with Bayer Crop Science, Woodland-based AgStart has announced a competition for agri-food innovators. Apply by April 30.

Sacramento Kings Announce the Top 4 in Capitalize: Technology Competition

The Sacramento Kings announced the top four companies moving forward in the Capitalize: Technology Competition. Fans can cast a vote for their favorite company until halftime of the Kings vs. Pelicans game April 11.

Carlsen Center, Growth Factory to train wealthy locals to be angel investors at AngelCon program

The Carlsen Center at Sac State and the Growth Factory launched AngelCon, a program designed to attract and retain new angel investors in the region.

The most innovative companies in agriculture for 2024

Biome Makers gained recognition on Fast Company's list of the most innovative companies in agriculture for 2024.

Sacramento is one of the best places to live in the nation, Money says. This is why

Sacramento is one of the 50 best spots to live in the United States, according to Top sites reflect communities "where a thriving economy meets affordability, diversity and an exceptional quality of life.

$3.8 million in grants secured for programs to support underrepresented STEM students

Sacramento State researchers have secured $3.8 million in federal grants for programs supporting historically underrepresented STEM students.

Sacramento County gives 'guaranteed income' program the green light

The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of the Family First Sacramento Pilot program moving forward. This program will provide guaranteed income of $725/month over 12 months to approximately 200 low-income families in Sacramento County beginning July 2024.

Aggie Square Announces UC Davis Veterinary Genetics Laboratory as New Research Tenant

Earlier this month, Aggie Square announced UC Davis Veterinary Genetics Laboratory as its newest research tenant, expanding its presence beyond the Davis campus into Sacramento.

Undergrad Business Major Approved for UC Davis Curriculum in Fall 2025

In response to student and industry requests, UC Davis has announced a new business major for the fall of 2025. Details on the new major will be released in the coming months on a dedicated website and published in admissions materials in the fall.

Sutter Health partners with historically Black medical school to launch diverse pipeline of doctors

Sutter Health has launched a new partnership with Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science aimed at training more doctors from diverse backgrounds and addressing health inequities.

UC Davis Health team uses AI to predict risk of liver cancer

UC Davis has developed an AI model to better predict the risk of liver cancer in patients. This study was one of the first of its kind, and with an accuracy rate of 92.12% is an exciting development demonstrating the use of machine-learning models in healthcare.

STAR - Study of healthy aging in African Americans

Researchers at UC Davis Health and Kaiser Permanente Division of Research have received a $24 million grant from the National Institute on Aging, to continue the Study of Healthy Aging in African Americans (STAR) for an additional five years.

Kubota regional HQ shows shifting economy in Elk Grove

Opened late last year, the 630,000-square-foot building at 10355 Waterman Road is the regional headquarters for Japan-based Kubota across 11 western U.S. states.

CSU Trustees approve plans for Sac State off-campus center in Placer County

Sacramento State’s plan to open a new off-campus center that will serve thousands of students in one of California’s fastest-growing regions has just taken a major step forward.

America’s best large employers

UC Davis Health was named one of America's Best Employers by Forbes.

16 Essential Sacramento Restaurants

As Sacramento continues to establish itself as a cultural and dining destination, there’s an understandable impulse to flaunt the high-wattage glamour that typically characterizes big-city restaurant scenes. But instead, it’s the quiet confidence of restaurants in California’s capital that distinguishes Sacramento’s food scene.

These Tahoe destinations are among best in the world, Forbes 2024 travel guide says

Tahoe destinations were listed in the 2024 Forbes Travel Guide Star Award Winners, highlighting the best restaurants, hotels, spas and cruises in the world.

A quiet town has one of North America’s oldest Chinese temples

The New York Times wrote an article about the Bok Kai Temple in Marysville, one of Northern America's oldest Chinese Temples.

I've lived in California all my life — and these are the most underrated destinations in the golden state

Sacramento was ranked as an underrated destination in the Golden State by Travel + Leisure

Sacramento International Airport was named the #1 "stress free" airport in the United States

Sacramento International Airport was the top airport in the United States for the month of January in terms of "stress-free" air travel, according to data from AirHelp, an airfare claims management company.

AgStart and Bayer announce Golden Ticket competition for AgriFood Innovators

In partnership with Bayer Crop Science, Woodland-based AgStart has announced a competition for agri-food innovators. Apply by April 30. was recognized on American Inno's national Startups to Watch list

The post-pandemic cooldown for venture-backed startups has created a new normal for companies that've had to pivot, tighten their belts and find new ways to thrive as funding sources become more scarce.

10 new Israel-U.S. projects receive $9.6 million from BIRD

The Board of Governors of the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation approved last month $9.6 million in funding for 10 new projects between U.S. and Israeli companies.

Auburn AI company HuLoop Automation raises $5 million in funding round led by Moneta Ventures

Auburn-based HuLoop Automation Inc. closed a $5 million funding round led by Folsom venture capital investor Moneta Ventures.

Physical security technology company Rhombus raises $43 million

Cloud-based smart security company Rhombus Inc. has raised $43 million to grow and develop new products and innovations in physical security.

MinervaVerse founders receive 2023 Entreprenista awards

Additionally, MinervaVerse founders Rachel Zillner and Anne Descalzo were recognized as honorees in the 2023 Entreprenista awards.

MinervaVerse to invest in regional women and minority-led businesses

MinervaVerse will be the first venture capital fund founded by women in the Greater Sacramento region and will offer wraparound support to entrepreneurs through its fund, accelerator and business incubators.

Cafe Bernardo, Midtown Spirits and Nixtaco among new vendors coming to Sacramento International Airport

More than a dozen new vendors are coming to Sacramento International Airport. These restaurants will showcase the region's farm-to-fork dining scene and highlight local cuisine.

Opinion: Entrepreneurship's stature is growing in the greater Sacramento region

Three major developments in the evolving landscape of entrepreneurship in greater Sacramento underscore its growing stature within economic development.

Power 100: Broome, Lau among the most powerful people in local economic development

GSEC President & CEO, Barry Broome and many GSEC Board Members were recognized on the Sacramento Business Journal's Power 100 list, which identifies the most influential power players in the region's economy and business community.

New GSEC initiative seeks to strengthen Sacramento’s entrepreneurial ecosystem

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council has launched a new partnership with the Sacramento Entrepreneurship Growth Alliance that will work to enhance the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the local region.

Sacramento International Airport officials want to lure airlines to start European service

GSEC and Sacramento International Airport kicked off a new initiative to lure airlines to offer nonstop service to Europe.

Sacramento State President turns adversity into success

Sacramento State President and GSEC Board Member Luke Wood was featured on Good Morning America for his efforts to increase foster youth enrollment and graduation rates.

Kru chef Billy Ngo named semifinalist in 2024 James Beard Awards

Local restaurateur Billy Ngo has been named as a semifinalist in the best chef category for California in the 2024 James Beard Awards.

Michelle Willard to leave Greater Sacramento Economic Council for position at Sac State

GSEC Chief Public Affairs Officer, Michelle Willard, announced that she will be departing GSEC for an appointed position at Sacramento State. Michelle will begin her new role as Chief of External Relations for Sacramento State on Feb. 12.

Faber, Sacramento State to start university-backed combat sports program

BUFC Hall of Famer Urijah Faber and Sacramento State are launching what is believed to be the first university-backed combat sports development program

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

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.

Bayer to open another shared lab space for ag science startups

Bayer AG plans to open its Woodland research campus to startups and academics who are working on food and ag science.

Samsung opens chip R&D office in Greater Sacramento

Samsung Semiconductor has opened an R&D office in Folsom. The office is home to 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.

Bluestone Equity is betting $45 million on a startup using AI to drive video creation

Bluestone Equity Partners invested $45 million in VideoVerse, an AI-driven video editing platform that GSEC helped bring to Sacramento.

Integrative Center for Alternative Meat and Protein to Launch at UC Davis Jan. 17

The University of California, Davis, is leading the establishment of a new Integrative Center for Alternative Meat and Protein, or iCAMP. The center will work toward large-scale commercialization and technological advancement of alternative proteins.

PHD student Antoinette Banks wins $1 million black ambition prize

School of Education PhD student Antoinette Banks, BS ’22, has won the Pharrell Williams Black Ambition grand prize of $1 million for Expert IEP, her parent-facing app that uses predictive AI to optimize existing individualized education plans for children diagnosed with disabilities.

State stem cell agency, Shriners Children’s award $15 million to UC Davis CuRe trial

A team of UC Davis Health researchers, led by pioneering fetal surgeon Diana Farmer and bioengineer Aijun Wang, has been awarded nearly $15 million for groundbreaking work on a spina bifida treatment.

UC Davis taps University of Edinburgh innovation executive to lead Aggie Square innovation efforts

The University of California Davis has selected George Baxter, the current CEO of Edinburgh Innovations Ltd., to be in charge of innovation and economic development for the university and for its new Aggie Square Innovation District now under construction in Sacramento.

Meet the tech company now operating out of Sacramento's second-tallest building

A new high-tech company is changing the landscape of downtown Sacramento. The city's commercial office market has suffered since the coronavirus pandemic caused thousands of people to work remotely, but there is a new company that is bringing new jobs and technology to Capitol Mall.

Sacramento State launches National Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Education

Sacramento State recently announced its position as one of the first universities in the nation to become involved in “the ethical use and application of artificial intelligence in education,” through the launch of the National Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Education.

Trifecta: A Leading Force in Organic Meal Delivery, Takes Center Stage in Netflix Documentary

Trifecta, a Greater Sacramento Economic Council board member, and the nation’s largest organically sourced meal delivery service, is making waves on Netflix with a captivating documentary that has soared to the number three trending spot globally.

Meet the Sacramento Business Journal's 2024 Most Admired CEOs

GSEC Board Member and Co-founder and CEO of Clutch, Rachel Zillner, was recognized as one of the region's most admired CEOs of 2024.

What to Do in Sacramento, According to Its Most In-the-Know Residents

Often overlooked in favor of nearby San Francisco, Sacramento offers a great deal for the traveler looking to get off the beaten path, including fantastical theme parks and late-night doughnut joints.

California gold rush towns are booming again. Here’s what to see and do

Northern California’s historic Gold Country is booming—for the second time. This string of former mining towns in the western foothills of the Sierra Nevada burst onto the scene in 1848 during the fabled gold rush.

Top Colleges in the Western U.S. for Diversity

Sacramento State was recognized by the Wall Street Journal as the #2 college in the Western U.S. for diversity.

Comstock's highlights regional innovation

Take a look at GSEC's special supplement with Comstock's Magazine and learn more about current initiatives in the 32-page spread.

UC Davis Tops Nation in Sustainability Rankings

The University of California, Davis, continues to be the “greenest” campus in the United States — for the eighth year in a row — according to the 2023 UI GreenMetric World University rankings.

Sacramento Kings named NBA team of the year, get innovation award for the beam

The Team of the Year award recognizes excellence in team business performance. Among the Kings' business wins for the 2022-23 season were nearly 100% season ticket renewal and a #2 ranking among all NBA teams in ticket revenue growth.

Bosch CEO on Close of TSI Semiconductors Acquisition

Bosch will close the acquisition of US chipmaker TSI Semiconductors this week. The world's biggest auto-parts supplier plans to invest more than $1.5 billion in its California foundry.

Kitchell's new CEO comes out of Sacramento office

Construction firm Kitchell Corp. has named Wendy Cohen, president and head of construction management arm Kitchell CEM in Sacramento since 2020, as its new president and CEO.

Alumnus J. Luke Wood is appointed Sacramento State's next president

CSU trustees on May 24 announce their choice of Wood, who earned two of his four degrees at Sac State. With deep roots in Northern California, he says of his appointment: "For me, it’s coming home."

New Sac State President J. Luke Wood Brings Home The Fight For Equity And Inclusion

Whatever challenges and obstacles faced by many of Sacramento State’s 31,000 students – more than 13,000 of them Black and Latino – there’s a good chance incoming President Dr. Jonathan Luke Wood has been there.

GeminiBio debuts the expansion of its West Sacramento biotech manufacturing facilities

GeminiBio makes cell culture solutions and liquids for pharmaceutical companies internationally.

New bio-tech expanded facility hosts tour in West Sacramento

Gemini Bio in West Sacramento hosted a tour of its new 32,000 square foot facility.

Revolutionary agriculture startup ‘Biome Makers’ lab expands to Davis

A leading Biotech company focused on addressing the impacts of climate change on agriculture in a revolutionary way announced the grand opening of a new 4,200-square-foot headquarters and lab space in Davis.

Biome Makers Unveils New Headquarters in Davis

On Wednesday, Biome Makers held its grand opening of its new headquarters located on Cousteau Drive in Davis—what Greater Sacramento called the Global AgTech Hub of the world.

Sacramento State president J. Luke Wood shares his vision for the campuss

Sacramento State is the sixth largest of the 23 CSU campuses.

Ag-tech company Biome Makers expands into its own lab in Davis

Sustainable soil analysis company Biome Makers Inc. is settling into its new headquarters and testing center in Davis, having recently taken occupancy of 4,200 square feet of space in the Mace Ranch Corporate Centre at 202 Cousteau Place.

Corporate Citizenship Awards: Sacramento Republic FC named Corporate Champion of the Year

We are introducing you to this year's Corporate Citizenship Awards honorees. Sacramento Republic FC is this year's Corporate Champion of the Year.

Roseville's development services director addresses the city's need for affordable housing

Mike Isom is the development services director for the city of Roseville. He spoke to the Sacramento Business Journal about how that city, one of the fastest growing in the region, ensures there's a supply of housing for current and future residents.

Gemini Bioproducts completes expansion of West Sacramento biotech manufacturing facility

Gemini Bioproducts LLC in West Sacramento has greatly expanded its manufacturing capacity for cell culture products for the biotech and pharmaceutical industry.

Pitch Elk Grove startup contest narrows to 16 companies

The city of Elk Grove got 53 applicants for its second annual Pitch Elk Grove startup competition, which offers $17,500 in cash prizes.

California Northstate University College of Medicine announces 97% match rate in National Resident Matching Program

Students matched in several competitive specialties such as diagnostic radiology, orthopedic surgery, ophthalmology and more

Applications are open for FourthWave’s 2023 accelerator

The accelerator is open to technology companies with at least one female or female-identified founder. Participants will gain leadership awareness and executive coaching, develop startup business fundamentals and attract capital. Applications are due Friday, June 9.

Future of California at risk the longer landmark CEQA environmental law remains unchanged

By almost any measure, the balance between advancing projects critical to California’s future and environmental protection under the California Environmental Quality Act has been lost. The failure to reform CEQA is not for a lack of knowing what the solutions are.

Reviver gets its Rplate digital license plates approved for sale in Arizona

Digital license plate company ReviverMX Inc. is now selling its smart license plates in Arizona.

Five Star Bancorp Ranked #1 by S&P Global Market Intelligence

Five Star Bancorp (Nasdaq: FSBC) (“Five Star” or the “Company”) has earned the #1 ranking on the S&P Global Market Intelligence annual rankings of 2022’s best-performing community banks in the nation with assets between $3 billion and $10 billion.

Matsui seeks federal CHIPS Act money for California Mobility Center

Sacramento Congresswoman Doris Matsui is asking the U.S. Economic Development Administration to establish a Regional Technology and Innovation Hub in Sacramento at the California Mobility Center.

This California region is growing fastest, new data shows. Here’s where the people are coming from

Counties near Sacramento are growing fast. Many of these new residents are coming from the Bay Area.

Macro Oceans raises $5 million in seed funding, completes West Sacramento facility

Biotechnology company Macro Oceans Inc. has completed work on the first phase of its pilot facility in West Sacramento and raised $5 million in seed funding, the company announced Tuesday.

Jeremiah Smith is First Northern Bank's second exec to go from teller to CEO

Jeremiah Smith worked in construction during the day and in restaurants at night after high school for several years.

Bosch to Buy Chipmaker TSI, Invest $1.5 Billion in US Plant

Robert Bosch GmbH is acquiring US chipmaker TSI Semiconductors and plans to invest more than $1.5 billion in its California foundry, expanding the German company’s global bet on chips.

Workforce Development Program

The city’s Workforce Development programs offer free educational and training opportunities to Rancho Cordova residents who are unemployed, underemployed or want to upskill to compete for higher wage jobs.

ThermoGenesis Announces Roll Out of ReadyStart cGMP Suites for Early-Stage Cell and Gene Therapy Companies

ThermoGenesis Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: THMO), a market leader in automated cell processing tools and services in the cell and gene therapy field, today announced that the Company is rolling out a new facility in the Sacramento metro area, containing a total of 12, class-7, ReadyStart cGMP Suites available for lease by early-stage life science and cell gene therapy (“CGT”) companies.

Battling of Bucks

The Capital Region loses sports dollars to the Bay Area, but we’re luring fans in other ways

Elk Grove's startup grant program offers two tech companies cash

The city of Elk Grove has approved cash grants to two of its startup companies, Core Impact and Tiami Networks.

SVB Bank Collapse and Northern California’s Tech Industry

The sudden collapse of Silicon Valley Bank sent shockwaves through the banking industry and California’s tech economy.

11-acre complex including restaurants, hotels and entertainment centers coming to Roseville

The city of Roseville is sharing plans for a new mixed-use development project that includes hotels, restaurants, and an entertainment and sports complex.

Project Elevate aims for a city-center feel in Elk Grove

This is part of a series of stories focusing on growth in the city of Elk Grove.

Thunder Valley Casino opens 4,500-seat, $100 million live events space The Venue

A burgeoning live events venue landscape in the Sacramento region got its newest addition Tuesday, with the opening of The Venue at Thunder Valley Casino Resort near Lincoln.

Moneta Ventures leads $4 million investment into Elk Grove startup EyeRate

EyeRate, the developer of reputation management software that pays retail employees for good customer reviews, has raised $4 million in a seed round of venture capital funding led by Moneta Ventures.

SACRAMENTO - For a little while one night, Elk Grove native Ray Weisberg was the star of the Golden 1 Center. He had grown up watching the Sacramento Kings in their glory days, but in the Golden 1 Center, he got to take pictures and shake owner Vivek Ranadive's hand.

FinTech Credit Union Connection

The Greater Sacramento area is a vibrant tech and financial center with credit unions and FinTechs working together to provide innovative products and services. Join us at FinTech Credit Union Connection 2023, where FinTechs and credit unions will share ideas, showcase products, and make connections.

CBRE listing space in BioSpace life sciences campus by Fulcrum, Blue Rise Ventures in West Sac

A planned life sciences hub in West Sacramento's Bridge District is starting to come into focus, with brokerage CBRE listing a first phase of available space.

Black Star Fund raising money for larger VC investment vehicle to invest in Black-owned startups

Sacramento-based venture capital investment firm Black Star Fund is raising money for a new fund.

Fruit-picking robot company Advanced Farm Technologies expands local manufacturing

Autonomous fruit-picking robot company Advanced Farm Technologies Inc. is adding more barns and manufacturing space to build its equipment.

Prominent chip manufacturer, Solidigm, moving headquarters to Rancho Cordova

A company on the cutting edge of computer chip design is announcing it is moving its global headquarters to the Sacramento region.

‘Shot heard around the world’: How a global tech company’s move to Rancho Cordova could change future of region

This week's announcement of Solidigm, a global leader in NAND flash memory solutions, locating its headquarters in the city of Rancho Cordova could instantly change the economic future of the region, according to some business leaders.

Best Places To Live In California In 2023

Many people love living in California for its laid-back culture and diverse climate featuring beaches, desert and mountains. Whether you want to live on the coast or inland, the Golden State offers something for everybody.

Comstock's features regional economic development progress

In its December issue, Comstock’s Magazine took a look inside the region’s top economic development initiatives, including our growing semiconductor R&D cluster, the California Mobility Center, life science innovation, diversity in venture capital and our regional competitiveness.

Area Development highlights Greater Sacramento's semiconductor cluster

Area Development wrote about the Greater Sacramento region’s burgeoning semiconductor R&D cluster in its annual Innovation Corridors Update.

Macro Oceans startup opens kelp technology lab in West Sacramento

Macro Oceans is expanding in Greater Sacramento. The company established a new pilot facility in West Sacramento for R&D and small-scale manufacturing of products made from seaweed (for food, cosmetics and more).

California Mobility Center welcomes new CEO

Mark Rosekind joined the CMC following a career in safety and transportation in California and Washington, D.C. He is a former administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, leading the agency through the recall of defective Takata airbags — the largest product recall in history.

Centene wins back lucrative Medi-Cal contract in Sacramento County

Centene had protested an August decision to award Medicaid contracts in multiple counties, including Los Angeles and Sacramento. Last week, the state reversed that decision largely to Centene's benefit.

Western Placer Waste Management, Carlsen Center offer cash prizes in Circular Economy Innovation Competition

To crowdsource new strategies to pull value from the waste stream, the Western Placer Waste Management Authority is offering $20,000 in prize money in a contest starting in the new year.

Folsom Lake College breaks ground on $64.9 million science building

The building will meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Silver certification standards, and will include eight electric vehicle charging stations.

Placer County approves housing to help fund new Hillsdale College campus

The Placer County Board of Supervisors this week approved changes to a specific plan that includes housing, which will, in part, fund the eventual development of a private Hillsdale College campus west of Roseville.

City of Rocklin and Growth Factory to launch “Build Up Rocklin” program

City of Rocklin is partnering with Growth Factory to kick-start a new program, Build Up Rocklin, that focuses on supporting innovation, growth, and sustainability within established businesses.

7 UC Davis faculty make list of world's top female scientists

Seven UC Davis faculty members have been recognized among the top female scientists around the globe, as assessed by in its first ranking of the “Best Female Scientists in the World,” comprising 1,000 scientists.

SMF welcomes new Air Canada service to Toronto

Starting June 2, 2023, Northern Californians will be able to reach Eastern Canada with a new nonstop service between Sacramento International Airport (SMF) and Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ).

Rancho Cordova and Roseville ranked among the Top Boomtowns in America

Economic uncertainty has been a top concern for most Americans over the past several months, and many experts predict that financial struggles will continue into the new year.

Startup Folsom aims to build Folsom startup scene

Technology veteran Rich Foreman is launching Startup Folsom, an informal effort to engage and build the tech entrepreneurial community in Folsom. Startup Folsom will have a couple of events each month featuring fireside chats with successful entrepreneurs.

Developers break ground on project where a new Sacramento State campus will be located

Placer One is the future site for the Sacramento State Placer Center and Sierra College Transfer Center, which plan to grow into a full-size campus serving 12,000 students. The 2,213-acre master-planned community will also feature 5,636 residential units, commercial and employment centers, parks and natural open space.

California tied for #8 in Site Selection Magazine’s 2022 Business Climate Rankings

The Georgia-North Carolina business climate rivalry was relegated to the runner-up level in this year’s ranking of the best state business climates.

Greater Sacramento Urban League gets $2.4 million donation from MacKenzie Scott

A donation from billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has reignited one Sacramento nonprofit's plans to build a mixed-use housing project in Del Paso Heights.

Homebuyers are looking to move to Sacramento, Miami and other relatively affordable places as high rates, inflation cut into budgets

Surging mortgage rates and persistently high home prices are motivating many of the buyers who remain in the market to relocate to more affordable areas, but migration may slow as the economy continues to soften.

Moneta Ventures' $300 million third fund will be the Sacramento region's largest

Folsom-based venture capital firm Moneta Ventures confirmed it is raising a $300 million third fund to invest in early-stage technology companies.

Elk Grove's Soar Optics is finalist in Cleantech Open startup competition

Elk Grove startup Soar Optics has been named a regional winner in the Cleantech Open accelerator competition, and it will be in the running for the national top prize next week.

Roseville approves second amendment for Phillip Road parcel

Roseville City Council approved the second amendment for the Option and Purchase and Sale Agreement for a parcel located on Phillip Road and owned by development company Panattoni.

Hotel proposed at Sunrise Mall property in parcel map application

In a sign an ambitious redevelopment plan for Sunrise Mall could have legs, the city of Citrus Heights has received an application for a parcel map to allow a hotel to be built on a piece of the mall property.

Engineering and the diversity imperative: the 15th grand challenge

Surf the internet. Turn on the lights. Use your GPS to find a restaurant. Sit down at the computer to check email and begin the work day.

Lynda and Stewart Resnick Pledge $50M to UC Davis for Sustainability Research

Historic Gift Funds New Center for Agricultural Innovation and Research Grants to Drive a Sustainable Future

Will cell-based milk change the dairy industry? This West Sacramento lab could lead the way

West Sacramento biotechnology startup TurtleTree wants to change the way people consume milk. Cows are out- at least as far as milking goes. The replacement: cell-based milk.

Roseville approves new Economic Development Strategy

The Roseville economic development department creates a new strategy every five years to “enhance economic vitality” in the city, according to economic development director Melissa Anguiano.

Solidigm Plans Rancho Cordova, California, Global Research-Development Complex

Solidigm, a U.S.-based subsidiary of global semiconductor company SK hynix, Inc., will locate its global research and development operations in Rancho Cordova, California.

Sac City Council Approves $100 Million for CA Mobility Center

Listen: Barry Broome, GSEC Pres. & CEO talks about the historic Sacramento City Council vote supporting $100 million to the California Mobility Center which Broome says is one of the most important economic development projects in our city’s history.

Internationally Recognized Transportation and Safety Expert Dr. Mark Rosekind to Lead the CMC

The California Mobility Center (CMC) publicly announced today that Mark R. Rosekind, Ph.D., has taken the position as the first Chief Executive Officer of the 18-month-old mobility innovation and commercialization center starting on October 3, 2022.

Why Sacramento will consider $100 million for California Mobility Center

The California Mobility Center aims to grow a clean-mobility industry and workforce in Sacramento.

High-wage semiconductor campus coming to Sacramento region

Hundreds of high-wage jobs could be coming to Rancho Cordova in a move being billed as the largest high-wage jobs project in the Sacramento region's history.

Orca Bio Establishes Sacramento, California, Research Complex

Orca Bio, a late-stage biotechnology company developing high-precision cell therapies for the treatment of cancer, genetic blood disorders and autoimmune diseases, is establishing operations at Metro Air Park in Sacramento, California.

Sacramento, Placer will decide a California Senate battleground. Here’s the better choice

Sacramento, Placer will decide a California Senate battleground. Here’s the better choice

Top college rankings are out. See where UC Davis and Sacramento State stand

UC Davis ranks among America’s top universities and Sacramento State is a high-performer among publicly funded colleges in the West, according U.S. News & World Report’s annual.

Biotech company expanding, building new facility in Sacramento

A 100,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art production facility that promises another step away from Sacramento's reliance on a government-based jobs economy is taking shape at Sacramento's Metro Air Park.

Orca Bio Expands in Greater Sacramento Building New State-of-the-Art Manufacturing Facility

Orca Bio Expands Manufacturing Capabilities to Develop and Commercialize its Precision Cell Therapies – New state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is designed to enable the reliable production of Orca Bio's late-stage clinical development and commercial product pipeline.

Opinion: Here's why California should support Health Net/Centene

Our guest contributor argues that the state of California made the wrong decision in failing to renew Centene's Medi-Cal managed care contracts for Sacramento and Los Angeles counties.

Roseville Venture Lab opens to support entrepreneurs

The entrepreneur center is now open at 316 Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville. Roseville Venture Lab is dedicated to strengthening local startup businesses, spurring job growth, and fostering a community of entrepreneurs through programs, partnerships, workforce development and special events.

Cancer cell therapy company readies Sacramento site for manufacturing

Orca Bio looks at 2023 opening of cell therapy manufacturing center in Sacramento

Sacramento lands new biotech plant— and it’s $80k jobs. Could more be on the way?

Orca Bio is building a 100,000 square foot manufacturing plant in Metro Air Park. Its cell therapy products could help people with leukemia.

Orca Bio building 100,000-square-foot precision cell selection center at Metro Air Park

The new center will support the commercialization of Orca Bio's precision cell therapies for blood cancer patients with quick and easy access to airports around the country.

Chet Hewitt Named Chair of PPIC Board; New Member Sandra Celedon Joins Board

We are very pleased to announce that Chet Hewitt, president and CEO of Sierra Health Foundation, is the new chair of PPIC’s Board of Directors and that Sandra Celedon, president and CEO of Fresno Building Healthy Communities, has joined the board.

Woodland-based MyFloraDNA raises $1 million to expand cannabis analysis service

Using just a tiny bit of a baby plant’s first leaf, MyFloraDNA can analyze whether it will be a male or female adult, and it can determine if it has disease or other weaknesses, in just days.

Sacramento Economic Council Aims To Bring International Tech Companies To Capital Region

Sacramento has long been considered a city on the rise, but local leaders say the conditions are right to bring new money into the capital city.

The next Silicon Valley? How Sacramento is trying to compete as a home to tech companies

“You have to be constantly telling international groups why you should invest here.”

Rocklin nears 'build out' capacity as Bay Area residents migrate to the region

While the influx of people moving to areas like Roseville and Rocklin increases the cost of living, some experts said it's great for the region.

ThermoGenesis expanding with cellular manufacturing facility in Rancho Cordova

ThermoGenesis Holdings Inc. is expanding its cellular manufacturing capabilities with a new, 35,500-square-foot manufacturing facility in Rancho Cordova.

It will be Sacramento’s tallest residential skyscraper. See the new plans and details

New details have been released for a 32-story high-rise apartment and office tower planned for an empty lot in downtown Sacramento.

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.

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. The project is expected to create 40 new tech-related jobs in the region.

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

Job openings are at historic highs, and experts say the skills gap between what workers know and what employers need is one of the big reasons. These opportunities provide hope for a solution to one of the most daunting challenges in today’s labor market.

Folsom-based PowerSchool makes history on Wall Street

Folsom-based PowerSchool made history as company leaders rang the opening bell on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday morning. PowerSchool is the largest K-12 education software company in North America to have that honor.

A churning Golden State on the eve of new population numbers

Whitney Ranch is one of many development projects in Placer County, two hours east of San Francisco. The area offers more affordable housing to Californians in the increasingly overpriced Bay Area.

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.

More Americans Are Leaving Cities, But Don’t Call It an Urban Exodus

Sarah Lorraine Goodman always wanted to settle down in her hometown of Sacramento, California, but life got in the way. After moving to San Jose for grad school in 2009, a job and a boyfriend kept her there.

Career certificates and more ways we're helping job seekers

For Rey Justo, the last year has been full of important moments. When the pandemic hit, he lost his job installing fireplaces in Sacramento, Calif., and he and his family had to move in with his grandparents.

How unemployed Californians launched new careers in a pandemic with 9 weeks of training

The Sacramento Bee is exploring the future of work in California as the state recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. The series is supported by the Solutions Journalism Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rigorous and compelling reporting about responses to social problems.

What’s Driving California’s Mass Exodus?

As Oracle, Palantir and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise move their headquarters out of California and Elon Musk moves to Texas, California is considering raising taxes on the wealthy to unprecedented levels. Experts say California needs to find more ways to reverse the trend.

Why some tech companies and billionaires are leaving California

While it may be an overstatement to say California is hemorrhaging people, some of the state’s major companies and wealthiest residents are leaving for states like Texas, Arizona and Florida.

Did pandemic unlock new way to create higher paying jobs in Sacramento?

Weeks after starting a pandemic-inspired job training program, leaders are convinced this is a new way to create higher paying jobs for some Sacramentans.

Education Can Fuel Economic Growth

When I was a youngster, schools encouraged girls to take typing classes. It was the first step on what was then considered a career path to become a secretary.

Greater Sacramento Economic Council Seeing Increased Interest From Companies Moving To Sacramento

More companies are making the move to Sacramento. The Greater Sacramento Economic Council says compared to this time last year, its connection with potential companies has increased six-fold.

Sacramento to pay to send 40 people through coding program

The city of Sacramento is seeking 400 applications by Friday for 40 slots in free coding training courses in a pilot program for people from underserved communities.

Free laptops and $600 per week: Sacramento starts digital training program with incentives

Using CARES Act funding, the city of Sacramento and the Greater Sacramento Urban League seek to train 40 people in either IT support or data analytics.

Sacramento looking for applicants for free digital job training

The city of Sacramento put out a call for applicants who want to get free digital training worth $15,000 and which could lead to higher-paying jobs in a modern workforce.

Program will provide laptop, weekly pay and digital job skills to Sacramento residents

The city of Sacramento, the Greater Sacramento Urban League and the Greater Sacramento Economic Council on Monday announced the Digital Upskill Sacramento Program.

Most Admired CEO honoree: Barry Broome of Greater Sacramento Economic Council

After 10 years at the helm of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Barry Broome arrived in Sacramento with a focused mission and strategy.

How COVID-19 is fueling a new wave of Bay Area transplants to the Sacramento region

Jesse and Shanni Burke were working on their laptops a few feet apart in their cramped Silicon Valley apartment this spring, sweltering without air conditioning, when it dawned on them.

Do you know the way to Sacramento?

We are joined by three people from Sacramento for a discussion about the efforts the city and the state of California are undertaking to help create economic inclusion by closing the digital divide, bridging the skills gap, and encouraging innovation in FinTech and beyond.

Zennify growing in Sacramento with local talent

Fast-growing Salesforce consulting company Zennify has received growth investment funding from the Salesforce Ventures Trailblazer Investment Fund.

Looking to make a career change? Tips before your big step

A hiring manager and author along with the president and CEO of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council show us how to change careers.

GSEC's Barry Broome and Aggie Square at the UC Davis Sacramento Campus

Aggie Square at the UC Davis Sacramento campus will add nearly $5 billion to the Sacramento region’s economy each year and support 25,000 ongoing jobs.

Suncrest Bank eyes small dollar lending to buoy PPP

Share Suncrest Bank, a commercial lender in the Greater Sacramento area, is expanding into the small dollar loan market this year as it looks to build on business gained through the Paycheck Protection Program, according to President and CEO Ciaran McMullan.

Fintech seen as growing jobs cluster for Sacramento region

Fintech is seen as one of four pillars of non-government jobs for Sacramento.

While challenges exist, IT execs say working remotely is effective

While some remote video features are helpful, you still miss the body language and the connection of being in the same room.

Status Check: Health Care Hanging On

Local leaders say they’re undaunted by intense fiscal impacts from COVID-19

Guest Commentary: Greater Sacramento Backs DISC As a Key to Regional Growth

By Barry Broome Few things help an economy recover faster than construction projects and the creation of high wage jobs in a tradable industry sector.

DT #295: The Future of Economic Development as a Profession with Barry Broome

In this interview, Barry and Andy breakdown the roots of Barry’s success and his vision for the future of economic development as a profession.

Sacramento region could take years for a full recovery, economist fears

The Sacramento region could take years before it fully recovers from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic as shopping centers and businesses across the region are bare.

Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council official on COVID-19 impact to small businesses

Barry Broome, with the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council, spoke to KCRA 3 Sunday about the impact to small businesses due to the pandemic.

Broome to Tesla: Sacramento is still manufacturing

Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk snapped California officials to attention when he said he wants to move his electric car manufacturing out of the state because his Alameda County car plant is not being allowed to open, but a Sacramento economic development official says the company could manufacture here.

Some people may make more with UI benefits than working, professor says

As businesses being to reopen around the state, many may find it difficult to rehire their workers. That’s because, in some cases, those employees are making more money through their unemployment insurance (UI) benefits than from their jobs.

How are businesses doing? Coronavirus Outbreak Answers | COVID-19 in Context

Barry Broome, President and CEO of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council, takes a look at how the businesses in the Sacramento area will recover from coronavirus.

Grocer has 'strong interest' in center planned in west Roseville

The planned retail center will be surrounded by thousands of new homes.

Elk Grove lands $21 million Amazon distribution center, creating more than 100 jobs

Online retail giant Amazon will build a new distribution center in Elk Grove that is expected to open later this year.

Aggie Research Campus Name Changed to Davis Innovation & Sustainability Campus

Just under a year after the Mace Ranch Innovation Center relaunched as the Aggie Research Center, the name is changing again—this time bringing back both the notion of innovation as well sustainability, in what is believed to be the first 100 percent renewable energy project of its type.

Sacramento restaurants face hard reality amid COVID-19 outbreak

An iconic restaurant like Biba closing its doors during COVID-19 restrictions highlights the hard, unchartered reality Sacramento restaurants are facing.

California officials implore companies moving to places like Texas: 'Give us a shot’

It may look like the promised land when you move your company from the Bay Area to Texas," but companies have to consider the turnover and turmoil that comes with moving there, the Sacramento economic development executive said.


After decades of economic uncertainty, construction delays, and original investors passing away, Metro Air Park has finally arrived.

The Pandemic and the Economy

Almost two months into our state's stay at home order, we look at the state of the economy globally and right here at home.

Local brokers forecast commercial real estate landscape after Covid-19

With a general sense of optimism, brokers from four leading Sacramento commercial real estate firms laid out visions of their industry's future once Covid-19 recedes.

Staggering job losses hit California low-wage workers. Recovery won’t be easy after shutdown

Laid off from his serving job at the Cheesecake Factory in Sacramento, 30-year-old Michael Ware skipped the unemployment line and jumped right into a position loading and unloading boxes for Walmart.

State And Local Economic Recovery Prospects

The potential for Sacramento’s economic recovery from COVID-19 and whether relief efforts are enough to hold up the economy.

Experts: Construction Work Key To Economic Relief, But Not Immune To Effects Of Pandemic

Coronavirus has brought some businesses to a full stop, but for construction workers, it’s full speed ahead.

GSEC Pres and CEO Barry Broome on Construction, Stay-at-Home Orders

President and CEO Barry Broome of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council on area construction and stay at home orders.

The Might of Medicine

It’s no secret Sacramento is viewed as a government town. With the California Capitol downtown and numerous government agencies accounting for roughly one-fourth of the more than 1 million jobs in the four-county Sacramento region, it continues to be the largest employment sector locally.

Resource for Small Business

As businesses struggle through this pandemic, the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) has launched a free, interactive tool - SizeUp - to level the playing field for small businesses in the region.

GSEC Pres and CEO Barry Broome: Free Tool Available to Help Businesses

Listen: Pres and CEO Barry Broome. The Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) is launching a free interactive tool to help businesses large and small through this economic downturn.

Sacramento Economic Council: Going back to work too soon could hurt economy

Many businesses nationwide are temporarily closing to slow the spread of coronavirus. While President Donald Trump hopes to have everything up and running by Easter, California Gov. Gavin Newsom says the state is moving in a different direction.

California economy hit by Coronavirus, but help is on the horizon

The coronavirus is taking a big toll on California’s economy, where tax revenues are dramatically down. “I just got off a call where capital gains taxes in California have already dropped $9 billion,” said Barry Broome, president of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council.

Local Businesses Struggle as Coronavirus Changes Our Daily Lives

On a bleary Monday morning in Sacramento with the Dow Jones industrial average tanking, on its way to a 2,997 point drop and its worst day since 1987, Greater Sacramento Economic Council President and CEO Barry Broome offered advice that he knows won’t be popular.

Advice to Struggling Businesses with GSEC Pres. and CEO Barry Broome Pt 2

Listen to the iHeartMedia interview. Part Two of Kitty's discussion with President and CEO of The Greater Sacramento Economic Council Barry Broome addressing businesses struggling during the coronavirus outbreak.

Coronavirus-the economy:Barry Broome Pres/CEO Greater Sac Business Council

Greater Sacramento Economic Council President and CEO Barry Broome talks about how compliance with coronavirus precautions will help the economy in the long-run.

We Are Jobs Podcast - Episode 46 with Barry Broome

Barry Broome discusses potential economic impact of COVID-19, and gives advice on what economic development teams can do during this crisis.

New rideshare service with only Teslas comes to Sacramento

With brand-new Teslas and a new business model for the rideshare industry, Go360 is hitting the streets of Sacramento.

Go360 service will feature all-Tesla ride-hailing fleet

A subscription ride-hailing service featuring professional drivers in Tesla electric vehicles is offering members short rides within the grid.

Modular smart-home startup Blokable raises $23M, plans new California manufacturing facility

Blokable, the Seattle-based startup aiming to transform how housing is developed, raised $23 million to expand its manufacturing capabilities as it gears up to kickstart new projects.

Health Care and Life Science Industries Prosper in Greater Sacramento

As California continues to lead the world in health care and life science innovation, Greater Sacramento has quickly become the next frontier for industry growth within the state.

UC Davis Chancellor, Sacramento Mayor Earn Leadership Award for Aggie Square

UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May and Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg received a national award for their work on the Aggie Square innovation hub planned on UC Davis’ Sacramento campus.

Superfund sites become opportunities - Sacramento Business Journal

With its military and industrial history, the Sacramento region has a comparatively high number of brownfield and Superfund sites that have been contaminated by hazardous waste. But after years cleaning, these sites, many of which have long sat dormant, now represent big opportunities.

Australian agriculture company to open research and development facility in West Sacramento

A beautiful aerial view of the sunflowers growing in Sean Doherty's fields in Dunnigan, California. This crop spans about 50,000 acres in the Sacramento Valley and is grown for seed. An Australian agriculture company recently began construction of a research and development center in West Sacramento.

WeWork takes lease at 660 J St. downtown - Sacramento Business Journal

In the single biggest office lease in the Sacramento region this year, coworking firm WeWork will occupy more than 96,000 square feet in downtown Sacramento.

Sacramento is Entering a League of Its Own - Worth

Sacramento's moment in the zeitgeist began with 2017's breakout film Lady Bird about a teenage girl imagining college life in New York while slowly coming to realize all the reasons she loves her hometown. It's a sweet story, but what made the film unique was the way it showed off Sacramento as a city that could be at turns beguiling and beautiful.

UC Davis, AMA partner to increase physician workforce - Sacramento Business Journal

UC Davis Health is entering into a $1.8 million partnership with the American Medical Association to boost the number of physicians in rural Northern California. The program plans to send hundreds of medical students and resident physicians to train in Northern California and Oregon rural hospitals.

Roseville invests with local banks - Sacramento Business Journal

Roseville city leaders will invest money in locally based banks, but with a provision going beyond what other area cities have done. Every dollar of the $10 million the city is putting into four banks in the next three years will be loaned to businesses based in Roseville, said city economic development director Laura Matteoli.

Sacramento City Council approves new $1.2B budget

After months of wrangling, the Sacramento City Council approved the city's budget for the next fiscal year. The $1.2 billion 2019-2020 budget was unanimously passed by council members Tuesday night. Included in the budget is Measure U spending, the voter-approved initiative that doubled the existing half-cent sales tax increase to a full cent for the next five fiscal years.

High-tech company relocating to West Sac from Bay Area

With locations in Australia, Europe, and Asia, Applied Spectra now calls West Sacramento home. Moving their headquarters from Fremont, to West Sacramento is a significant move. The company designs and manufactures machines that do elemental chemical analysis, while delivering rapid, high-precision results, similar to mass spectrographs and other tools that can do trace analysis used in forensics and metal studies.

William Jessup University Adds Master of Accountancy and Digital Communication Programs

ROCKLIN, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 1, 2019-- William Jessup University, the first WASC-accredited private, four-year residential university in the greater Sacramento region, will add two new programs this fall, an accelerated Master of Accountancy degree and a Digital Communication and Design major.

VSP Global moving innovation center to The Cannery in East Sacramento

Rancho Cordova-based VSP Global will be moving its Sacramento innovation center from The Shop in Boulevard Park to The Cannery in East Sacramento. Turton Commercial Real Estate Rancho Cordova-based vision health care conglomerate VSP Global announced Tuesday it will be expanding its Sacramento operations with new leased office space in East Sacramento.

Saturas opens U.S. office in Woodland - Sacramento Business Journal

An Israeli agricultural technology company has taken space in Woodland's AgStart business incubator for its first location in the U.S.

Kings Capitalize contest narrows to final eight tech companies - Sacramento Business Journal

Judges selected the final eight entrepreneurial technology companies competing for $10,000 in cash in the Sacramento Kings Capitalize 2019 contest. From a wide field of entrants, a "Sweet 16" was selected last month to attend marketing and business development workshops and coaching sessions.

Marketing for Mobility - Comstock's magazine

Arlen Orchard has seen the transportation revolution coming for two decades. As lead counsel of the Sacramento Municipal Utility District beginning in the late 1990s, he witnessed the nonprofit power company's pioneering work in the field. When he became CEO five years ago, he decided to accelerate that effort, in part by leading the charge for a project called the California Mobility Center.

Buzz Oates plans project near McClellan - Sacramento Business Journal

Buzz Oates is planning more than 300,000 square feet of new industrial space on empty land near Del Paso Heights. After closing escrow on the property of about 21 acres on Bell Avenue last month, the industrial development giant could break ground on a project there in about a year's time.

Anchor Health Properties buys medical office portfolio in Roseville - Sacramento Business Journal

Four Roseville office buildings leased by health care companies have sold in a portfolio deal to a new investor in the Sacramento region. Anchor Health Properties, based in Delaware, closed escrow last week on 1620-1680 E. Roseville Parkway, also known as Parkway Corporate Plaza.

Sacramento ranked third-best city in U.S. for working women, study says

Scenes from the Women's March in Sacramento on Jan. 19, 2019. Sacramento is not only one of the most diverse cities in the country and a top destination for transplants, it's also one of the best places for working women, according to a recent study.

City leaders pursue Center for Future Mobility - Sacramento Business Journal

In the hopes of developing a thriving new industry, Sacramento leaders are working toward making the city a hub for development of transportation technology. Local boosters, who have dubbed the project the Center for Future Mobility, say the initiative would involve Sacramento-based regulatory agencies, area universities and PEM Aachen GmbH, a German-based automotive research institute and incubator.

Woodland Research Park stirs tenant interest - Sacramento Business Journal

Years in the making, Woodland Research Park is poised to start construction next year, at a time when interest by research companies in the Sacramento Valley is growing, supporters say. The 351-acre park is at the south end of Woodland.

Future Automotive Group acquires Performance Chevrolet - Sacramento Business Journal

The locally based Future Automotive Group has acquired a Chevrolet franchise near American River College. A grand opening is underway at the franchise formerly known as Performance Chevrolet at 4811 Madison Ave. It now operates as Future Chevrolet. Steve Pleau, president of Roseville-based Future Automotive Group, acquired the franchise from Val McMichael.

Office equipment dealer WiZiX doubles space in Roseville move - Sacramento Business Journal

Sacramento office imaging equipment startup WiZiX Technology Group Inc. is moving its headquarters to a freeway-facing building in Roseville. The new location will nearly double the firm's space in the region. The building's location, near the interchange of Interstate 80 and Highway 65, will also give the company great visibility, said WiZiX founder and president Gary Johnson.

With Many Leaving The Bay Area, It Could Be Sacramento's Time To Shine

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - As the cost of living and doing business in the Bay Area keeps going up, San Francisco's loss could become Sacramento's gain. A new New York Times article asks, "With a New Influx of Wealth, Is San Francisco Over?" It points to problems such as lack of housing and jarring inequality.

The Ice Blocks Cometh

It is, by all appearances, an urban utopia. Come this spring, more than 500 people will work there, more than 200 will live there, and thousands more will dine and shop there. Its innovative tenant mix ranges from an insanely popular "doughnuterie" to a gourmet dog food shop and an Internet-based boutique where you don't leave with the clothes you buy.

California Mayors Cyber Cup Celebrates Partners in Cybersecurity Education

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Dec. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Solving the cybersecurity workforce crisis in California is no easy task, but a team of students,...

River City Bank opens San Francisco office - Sacramento Business Journal

Sacramento-based River City Bank has opened a new office in San Francisco to offer financial services and loans and also to house the bank's growing clean energy division. The office, at 201 Mission St., Suite 1300, in the Financial District, is River City's second in the Bay Area.

California's economy isn't just L.A. and Silicon Valley. We need a statewide strategy

加州需要一项全州经济发展计划, 将工作范围扩大到海湾地区和南加州, 并反驳政府对商业不利的说法。2596大会法案由肯库利和凯文丹·凯利将扩大品牌。

FBO Profile: Sacramento Mather Jet Center

If you have flown into California's capital on business, you're likely familiar with Superior Aviation Company (SACjet) which operates the lone FBO at three of the city's four airports. The company traces its roots back to 1946 and now has facilities at Sacramento International, Executive, and Mather Airports.

Top 5 Communities Under Construction in Sacramento

Sacramento is fresh off its stint as the national leader in rent growth, as strong demand and limited completions have pushed average rents beyond the national rate over the past couple of years. Despite continued growth, the metro is seen as an affordable option to the pricey San Francisco. HQ2 Pitch is an 'all hands on deck' effort, Barry Broome says - Sacramento Business Journal

A successful bid for Inc. to build its second headquarters in Sacramento will require a team effort - and Barry Broome wants leaders from every part of the region to help make the pitch.

Highlands Power moving into Urban Hive - Sacramento Business Journal

A company that is developing next-generation electric motors announced it is moving its headquarters from Fremont to The Urban Hive coworking space at the Cannery business park in Sacramento. Highlands Power Inc. is developing motors that it says will be lighter and travel farther on a charge than older technology.

How Tesla's factory in Reno led CG Products to relocate to Lincoln - Sacramento Business Journal

Tesla Inc.'s battery factory may have been a coup for Reno to get a few years ago, but it may now be having unintended, negative consequences for smaller companies there. Executives with construction product manufacturer GC Products Inc.

mckesson 为维尔带来166工作机会

McKesson Medical-Surgical expects to employ 166 people in logistics and material handling jobs at the facility by this fall.

Head of R&D at Bayer Crop Science Explains Startup Strategy As New Incubation Space Opens in Sacramento - AgFunderNews

Today Bayer marked the formal start of a collaboration with the Greater Sacramento Economic Council (GSEC) to help identify promising startups across the agtech space and offer them a space to develop at Bayer's biologicals research facility in West Sacramento, CA.

Inside the deal: How Roseville got a McKesson distribution center - Sacramento Business Journal

The deal to land the McKesson Medical-Surgical distribution center in Roseville wasn't a result of pressing flesh with corporate top brass and wooing the right people. "They didn't come up here and go golfing," said Barry Broome, CEO of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council. "They didn't come check out the restaurants in the area."

Bay Area residents are flooding Sacramento. What's it really like living there?

Real estate prices aside, many of those who made the leap from the Bay to Sacramento have discovered a city coming into its own, with a burgeoning food, arts and culture scene.. "I lived in a Victorian, four blocks from work, one block from a grocery store and next door to a wine shop and bar," said Briana Mullen of her first room in midtown Sacramento.


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在德克萨斯 vs 加利福尼亚的竞争中, 加利福尼亚赢得了

Put aside, for a moment, the irony of a governor who championed states' rights turning around and opposing the desire of local communities to self-govern. Would it really be so bad for Texas to become a little more like California?

How Sacramento compares to America's best-run airports - Sacramento Business Journal

In the next three to five years, Sacramento International Airport could live a little more up to its name. That's the time frame in which airport officials expect that they will have the passenger counts necessary to get airlines to offer direct flights to Europe or Asia.

'Go North, Young Startup': Silicon Valley Might Be Converging With Sacramento

In the summer of 2016 -- well before the presidential election, but in anticipation of it -- I got an invitation to speakin the small California central coast town of Santa Maria (south of San Luis Obispo, north of Santa Barbara). The topic: what Santa Maria might do to prepare itself to become a new tech-and-innovation hub in California.

Sacramento Is California's Newest Real-Estate Hot Spot

价格削减已被招标战争所取代。一个曾经昏昏欲睡的市中心是城市更新项目的冲洗。一个豪华的公寓楼与阁楼价格超过400万美元正在建设中。萨克拉门托, Calif., 长期被视为一个相当平淡的政府城镇, 正处于房地产热潮之中。

萨克拉门托医疗保健继续增长, 但工人们可能很难找到

In Sacramento's rapidly expanding economy, healthcare is one of the main drivers, according to the speakers at Bisnow's recent Sacramento Healthcare & Clinical Advancement event. The numbers confirm it. The healthcare industry provides about 20% of the total payroll for the entire Sacramento regional workforce, according to the city of Sacramento.

生活费摔: 旧金山 vs 萨克拉门托

When you imagined yourself living in San Francisco, did you assume you'd be renting a palatial pad that looked like the Tanner residence on Full House? Of course! Then you probably arrived, only to discover that homes like that sell for over $4 million.

萨克拉门托、Calif. 和海湾地区签订协议, 吸引科技公司离开竞争对手

(TNS) - Greater Sacramento's economic-development organization has touted its early success in recruiting small high-tech companies from the Bay Area. Now the group has gone a step further: announcing that its economic growth strategy going forward will hinge on being considered part of a Bay Area-Sacramento mega-region.

McKesson 挑选维尔的分配设施, 将聘请166

旧金山医疗保健巨头 mckesson Corp. 的一个子公司选择了维尔作为未来316100平方英尺仓库配送设施的所在地, 预计将使用166。mckesson 医疗外科的决定在7701山麓大道修建设施。


The Sacramento Valley Station reopened in February after a two-year, $36 million renovation project. While Sacramento continues to climb the charts of desirable places to work and live, it's important to do some self-analysis on how we should be prioritizing new investments.


Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive speaks with CNBC's "Squawk Alley" about trying to get Amazon to create its second headquarters in California's state capitol.

Sacramento Economic Council Spread in American Way Magazine | The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal | NewsRadio KFBK

Over the last couple of months, the Greater Sacramento Economic Council has been working with American Airline's American Way Magazine on a...

大萨克拉门托举行湾区发射努力招募技术公司 (照片)

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council on Wednesday launched its "Extend Your Runway" campaign, with a panel discussion and networking event at the Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale. The Extend Your Runway campaign is designed to help recruit technology companies to set up shop in the Sacramento area.

Sacramento, emerging from Bay Area's shadow, becoming booming urban alternative

Property Lines is a column by Curbed senior reporter Patrick Sisson that spotlights real estate trends and hot housing markets across the country. Comments, tips, and suggestions on where Property Lines should head next are welcome at Few people would characterize basketball commentator and former player Charles Barkley as a restrained public speaker.

Fantag 水龙头前苹果执行, 以帮助改变体育视频市场

SACRAMENTO, Calif., March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Fantag, a pioneer in mobile video technology, announced today that it has hired John Stone as its chief...

新校区目标热保健工作: 医务助理、mri、超声成像

As Sacramento adds new high-tech school for training medical assistants and ultrasound/MRI technologists, Sutter Health and economic development officials describe why these jobs are in big demand. That MRI technician handling your ultrasound image or the medical assistant copying your insurance card is holding a job that's in hot demand.


随着日常生活成本的测试, 旧金山的引力范围, 一个受益人已经出现在90英里以外。萨克拉门托, 加州首府, 其最后一次与国家声望的调情可以说是在第十九淘金潮期间, 他看到了它的财产税基础和收入激增。


Mayor-Elect Steinberg urges support for parcel tax supporting students in Sacramento City Unified School District. Sacramento's Mayor-elect Darrell Steinberg was on a bus to San Francisco last week, conversing with business leaders from throughout the capital region, when he unexpectedly bounded to his feet and grabbed a tray of sandwiches.

SupportPay gets $4M venture capital boost, adding more than 20 employees - Sacramento Business Journal

Local Silicon Valley transplant SupportPay is expected to hire more than 20 more employees in East Sacramento after receiving $4 million in venture capital funds. Founded in 2011, SupportPay's app is meant to help divorced or separated parents take care of child support payments and related expenses.

Sacramento's housing market will be one of nation's hottest in 2017, Realtors' site predicts

Sacramento's housing market is turning hot - so hot, in fact, that it's expected to become the fourth-hottest market in the country next year., an online real estate site, said Wednesday that housing prices in greater Sacramento will jump 7.2 percent in 2017.

Groups Push To Merge Sacramento With Bay Area To Create 'Mega Region'

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) - With Bay Area traffic extending to Sacramento and the Central Valley corridor, its no surprise that several economic groups are pushing to rename this area the "Bay Area-Sacramento Mega Region." The idea is to pull together to stave off out of state job poachers.

Council Forms Megaregion Partnership with Sacramento to Keep Jobs, Grow Economy

海湾地区理事会今天宣布与大萨克拉门托地区经济理事会建立新的伙伴关系, 作为一项运动的一部分, 通过发展和利用一个联合的公民、商业和政策平台, 促进海湾地区和首都地区融入单一的高绩效经济体。

Why Bay Area tech companies are key to Sacramento's economic strategy

Barry Broome, chief executive of the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council, speaks at an economic conference at Sacramento State in January 2015. Sacramento Bee file When the Sacramento region's new economic development guru arrived in town in early 2015, he preached a mostly homegrown approach that emphasized nurturing industries in food, agriculture, water and other fields connected to the area's natural strengths.

三个落后的城市是如何争夺亚马逊 HQ2

Chad Emerson, president and CEO of Downtown Huntsville, Inc., knows that the odds are stacked against the city of Huntsville, Alabama being selected as home of Amazon's proposed second headquarters - but he takes a page from the city's space race past when explaining why he believes anything is possible.

Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council joins Bay Area in business recruitment strategy - Sacramento Business Journal

大萨克拉门托地区经济委员会已经开始了一个品牌化的运动, 以市场作为大湾地区经济的一部分, 首都地区。该委员会将于星期三前往旧金山, 与萨克拉门托市长当选总统斯坦伯格举行新闻发布会, 与海湾地区理事会, 一个由首席执行官领导的非营利组织代表九县旧金山湾区地区。


第二年的公民和政府技术展示是一个论坛, 为20新兴公司, 国家项目和非营利性的努力, 一个网络活动, 汇集了政府工作人员和私营部门的专家, 并呼吁萨克拉曼多作为一个可行的替代硅谷的呼声。

Sac tech boom: What's in it for me?

A this week is the latest publication to put the Sacramento area in the positive national spotlight. The and published similar pieces in the last two months. They've all detailed Sacramento's growth as a vibrant area that's attracting more and more technology companies.

Rhombus Systems relocates from Oakland to Sacramento - Sacramento Business Journal

由大萨克拉门托经济委员会招募的一双拥有河流城市根的企业家将其公司从海湾地区迁出。加勒特拉森和布兰登上·萨尔茨堡是菱形系统公司的共同创始人, 一年老公司提供基于云的视频安全系统, 提供数据分析报告给其客户。


SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - Primed for Sacramento? The public-private Greater Sacramento Economic Council rolled out a punchy promotion video in its bid for Amazon's massive new headquarters, a second home outside Seattle. The video highlights Sacramento's shiny new sports stadium, world-class recreation, and hip coffee culture.

大萨克拉门托经济委员会去硅谷, 以获得启动高科技公司感兴趣

A group of about 200 people were in Silicon Valley Wednesday evening to get start up technology businesses from the Bay Area in their scale-up phase interested in the Sacramento region. It's the first time they're doing this and it's organized by the Greater Sacramento Economic Council.

Local leaders make case for Amazon HQ2 in Sacramento - Sacramento Business Journal

A combination of access to talent, sites ready to go and connection with the Northern California "mega-region" make the case for Inc. to locate a second headquarters in the Sacramento region, local leaders said Wednesday. Following a rally at Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento for the formal bid, members of the Greater Sacramento Economic Council shared some details from the package.

Sacramento is Making Moves to Become an Agtech Hub - AgFunderNews

巴里. 布鲁姆站在第二十五楼, 望着萨克拉门托的城市, 指出最近的一些新增内容, 还有那些还未到来的城市, 也可能是拉斯维加斯或迪拜。他谈到了在赢家和输家方面的经济发展, 并与加利福尼亚州和全国各地的其他城市竞争激烈。


FourthWave aims to close the access-to-capital gap for women, just like organizations such as the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative -- an organization I've written about several times -- aim to close the gap for Latinos. It's an organizational mission based on a sound business argument. - Crain Communications FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 10, 2019 Messe Frankfurt, the world's largest trade fair and event organizer with its own exhibit... FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 6, 2019 Crain Communications Inc has acquired GenomeWeb, an online news organization serving the global...

Action Items: Leveraging Regional Diversity - Comstock's magazine

在这个情节的行动项目, 更大的萨克拉门托经济委员会总裁和总裁巴里布鲁姆和代码的胡德联合创始人阿罗詹宁斯加入东道主波顿讨论的需要, 萨克拉门托破坏其经济, 利用其多样性。


大萨克拉门托地区经济委员会正与海湾地区理事会联手, 以保住该地区的工作。萨克拉曼多集团总裁兼首席执行官巴里. 布鲁姆在9的新闻中讨论了合作问题。


Talent is hard to find, competition in traditional tech hubs is at a fever pitch and unemployment is historically low. That's great for local communities-not so much for tech companies. But the situation isn't all bad. To companies willing to look outside the main hubs: you can find your own valley in pockets across the U.S.

新学校帮助填满100s 的工作在萨克拉门托地区


With Many Leaving The Bay Area, It Could Be Sacramento's Time To Shine

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) - As the cost of living and doing business in the Bay Area keeps going up, San Francisco's loss could become Sacramento's gain. A new New York Times article asks, "With a New Influx of Wealth, Is San Francisco Over?" It points to problems such as lack of housing and jarring inequality.

CBRE report lists Sacramento as one of top markets for tech employment growth - Sacramento Business Journal

Sacramento ranks as one of the top markets for technology employment growth, based on data from the last four years, in a report released this week by commercial real estate brokerage CBRE. The company's Scoring Tech Talent report placed Sacramento as No.

一个女 Fintech 的创始人是如何战胜这一几率的, 并提高了数百万儿童支持应用程序

当前硅谷执行雪阿特伍德降落在关键系列400万美元的风险投资基金为 SupportPay, 一个应用程序设计, 以简化儿童护理支付, 很多人的注意力集中在她的个人故事。她是一个离婚的母亲和一个痛苦破裂的婚姻的孩子-所以 me-the-money 的小冲突是熟悉的领土。

Sacramento ranked third-best city in U.S. for working women, study says

Scenes from the Women's March in Sacramento on Jan. 19, 2019. Sacramento is not only one of the most diverse cities in the country and a top destination for transplants, it's also one of the best places for working women, according to a recent study.

Bay Area residents reportedly 'flooding' Sacramento and finding it ... not terrible

Thousands came together for the inaugural Sunday Street on Broadway, an event that saw Sacramentans walk, bike, play and dance on the closed-down street Sunday morning. For years, one of the few perks of living in Sacramento was said to be its proximity to the Bay Area, which allowed residents an easy escape to cooler, livelier, more cultured San Francisco on the weekends.

Sacramento mayor defies 'bully' Trump in DC visit

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, center, tours Old Sacramento with Brooksie Hughes, right, and Richard Rich on Thursday, March 9, 2017. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, visiting Washington in hopes of winning support for a wide range of development plans, found himself defending his city's immigrant residents against a Trump administration determined to enforce tougher policies.

为和反对整修社区剧院, 会议中心的情况下

Sacramento business leaders are clashing over their visions for renovating Sacramento's Convention Center. Expansion plans are at the center of the debate. Right now the building covers 384-thousand square feet. The city's tourism group Visit Sacramento wants to expand it by another 120,000 square feet.

The most important Sacramento issue on November's ballot is one you may have overlooked

Trench work on Hazel Avenue closed lanes back in March. A proposed tax increase on next month's ballot would be tilted toward capital-area road improvements. Sacramento Bee file Measure B is the most important local issue on the November ballot.

Is a Northern California mega-region spanning Bay Area and Sacramento good for Silicon Valley? - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Welcome to the mega-region. The Bay Area Council and the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council announced on Wednesday the launch of #CaliforniaJobsMatter, a campaign to integrate the Bay Area and Sacramento area. "Sacramento has the advantage of a lower cost structure," said Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council CEO and president.


Greater Sacramento Economic Council CEO Barry Broome is touting a "mega-region" campaign with the Bay Area Council. Sacramento Bee file Greater Sacramento's economic development organization has touted its early success in recruiting small high-tech companies from the Bay Area.




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价格削减已被招标战争所取代。一个曾经昏昏欲睡的市中心是城市更新项目的冲洗。一个豪华的公寓楼与阁楼价格超过400万美元正在建设中。萨克拉门托, Calif., 长期被视为一个相当平淡的政府城镇, 正处于房地产热潮之中。

As Amazon's deadline for HQ2 bids closes, speculation on winner heats up

Where did Amazon executives go to school, what's the travel time between Seattle and an HQ2 bidder, how many art establishments are there per capita, where are the brain cells? Those are the factors being raised amid speculation about Amazon's...

Five Places U.S. Employers Are Finding New Tech Talent - Urban Land Magazine

高薪、低失业率以及缺乏廉价的住房和办公空间, 促使一些公司超越传统的旧金山-圣何塞走廊, 寻找人才和办公空间。尽管美国其他大城市拥有自己的技术和风险投资生态系统, 但失业和负担能力往往是可比的。

大萨克拉门托举行湾区发射努力招募技术公司 (照片)

The Greater Sacramento Economic Council on Wednesday launched its "Extend Your Runway" campaign, with a panel discussion and networking event at the Plug and Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale. The Extend Your Runway campaign is designed to help recruit technology companies to set up shop in the Sacramento area.

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测试乘坐: 一个 Rad 下午与免费 X1 电气预委会

If you've ridden a personal watercraft (PWC) - often called jet-skis after Kawasaki's pioneering model - you know that they're a fun, fast, and furious way to play on the water. But all that fun typically comes with a few notable downsides, the largest being gas-powered engines make PWC's earsplittingly loud and a significant source of pollution, both of which have led some authorities to ban them.

Government ministers visits big Irish company in the US - Irish Tech News

Voxpro is Ireland's largest international provider of customer experience, technical support and sales operations solutions, and they partner with some of the world's most exciting and disruptive tech organisations to support their customers by delivering world's best customer experiences. In November 2015, they opened their first US operations hub; its American centre of excellence in Folsom, California.

Greater Sacramento Economic Council's new plan: 200 tech startups in next decade - Sacramento Business Journal

大萨克拉门托经济委员会总裁巴里. 布鲁姆最近宣布了一项运动, 重点是吸引有潜力增长的硅谷的高科技初创企业。具体来说, 布鲁姆希望在接下来的十年里吸引大约200技术初创企业。


Imagine: You are sitting at a basketball game, see an awesome play or a quick, confusing turnaround or scuffle, what do you do? You look up at the monitor to watch the replay and try to make sense of what just happened or when it's sheer greatness you just witnessed, you momentarily re-live the play in all its glory.

High-tech company relocating to West Sac from Bay Area

With locations in Australia, Europe, and Asia, Applied Spectra now calls West Sacramento home. Moving their headquarters from Fremont, to West Sacramento is a significant move. The company designs and manufactures machines that do elemental chemical analysis, while delivering rapid, high-precision results, similar to mass spectrographs and other tools that can do trace analysis used in forensics and metal studies.

Don't sell Sacramento short, but also measure the gains

Barry Broome, the Sacramento region's chief economic development recruiter, has embarked on a mission to snag jobs that companies on the rise might send off-shore or to lower-cost regions in the country. Sacramento Bee Many years ago, 27 or so, before the Hyatt and Sheraton and Citizen, a San Franciscan had occasion to stay in a downtown Sacramento hotel and noticed creepy six-legged guests in his room.

Kings Capitalize contest narrows to final eight tech companies - Sacramento Business Journal

Judges selected the final eight entrepreneurial technology companies competing for $10,000 in cash in the Sacramento Kings Capitalize 2019 contest. From a wide field of entrants, a "Sweet 16" was selected last month to attend marketing and business development workshops and coaching sessions.