San Bernardino County will host a ‘State of the County’s regional business summit to bring together more than 1,000 business, government, and community leaders. The summit will showcase what makes San Bernardino County a leading choice for business investment and job creation.
For 2021, the summit will also highlight the global, national and local business leaders choosing to invest in the region.
The summit takes place two days from now, Wednesday, October 6th, 2021, and for just $50, you can attend the event.
- Date: Wednesday, October 6, 2021
- Cost: $50 Standard
- Location: Toyota Arena | 4000 Ontario Center | Ontario, CA 91764
You can register here.
The event is sponsored by San Bernardino County, real estate investment firm CBRE, Toyota Arena, Ontario International Airport, Fontana Chamber of Commerce, National community CORE, and several local businesses. The check-in starts at 4:30 PM.
San Bernardino County Wins 60+ Awards.
San Bernardino County has witnessed a flurry of business investments and happenings this year.
From Amazon’s announcement to start its $200M Air Hub in San Bernardino to Cal State University, San Bernardino, getting a $3.8M grant for a cybersecurity training program, the county is witnessing a transformative period.
The county won record 60 awards from the National Association of Counties. The county’s Economic Development and Technology and Innovations departments mainly contributed to winning the COVID-Compliant Business Partnership Program awards, providing $30 Million in CARES Act funding to local businesses.
“I am extremely proud of our county staff for being creative and using technology to get our residents and businesses through these past 15 months”.Board of Supervisors Chairman, Curt Hagman
San Bernardino County Launches New Short-Term Rental Website
Due to the popularity of Airbnb and other short-term rental websites, SB county has launched a new website that would provide short-term rental information for renters in San Bernardino. You may access it at Short Term Rentals- San Bernardino County Code.
There are separate sections for homeowners and renters, making navigating the website easy. A new mobile application is also under work and shall be launched soon.
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