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BizX 2017

City of Sacramento Small Business Exchange

BizX 2017 focuses on the growing business of innovation, inspiration, and design. Join fellow business owners to hear from exciting speakers to help energize, motivate, and provide tips needed to create a thriving business.

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 We want to hear from you!!  The Sacramento Employment and Economic Development (SEED) Corporation is gathering input from residents living in zip codes 95815 and 95838.  This information will be used to make recommendations to partners on best practices for developing and implementing inclusive strategies around economic growth and community empowerment.  If you live in zip codes 95815 and 95838 and are over 18 years of age, please complete the survey by Thursday, June 22nd.  Survey should take 10 minutes to complete and all respondents will be in a drawing for a $100 gift card. 

SACRAMENTO STANDS ALONE WITH RAILS GRANTS:
In a bold statement intended to underscore its commitment to innovation, the City of Sacramento recently awarded nearly $1 million organizations that will incubate, accelerate and mentor startup companies willing to invest and grow in Sacramento. In approving the RAILS grants, Sacramento’s leadership took a step that has no known precedent around the country, and has made it clear that it intends to sustain and grow a cluster of companies that train technology workers, design technologies and build the products that will propel us into the future. Read about the award winners.

SOCIAL MEDIA FEEDS

Jun 21 - Ouch, it's going to be a hot one tomorrow! Read Post

Jun 21 - Commercial property owners voted to support the Streetcar project Read Post

Jun 21 - These faith-based, government, and non-profit organizations have opened their doors as cooling centers so people can get in out of the heat. Call 2-1-1 for additional cool places to go such as libraries and community centers. Read Post

Jun 21 - These faith-based, government, and non-profit organizations have opened their doors as cooling centers so people can get in out of the heat. Call 2-1-1 for additional cool places to go such as libraries and community centers. Read Post