San Diego Region

San Diego Bay & Imperial Valley Farms

Regional Partners: San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation

San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation mobilizes business, government and civic leaders to maximize the region's economic prosperity and global competitiveness.

We serve local companies by providing assistance with expansion plans, programs to help retain businesses, and advocating for policies that enhance the region's economic competitiveness. We lead attraction efforts to bring new investment and new companies to the region. We collaborate with industry associations and economic development partners to develop cohesive approaches to regional issues. We market the region to highlight the incredible talent available and the quality of life that keeps them here.

San Diego Regional EDC is a nonprofit corporation funded by more than 150 companies and public partners that are committed to enhancing regional prosperity. The strength of our private sector support enables us to provide our services free of charge and our network of public partners increases our effectiveness as we work to spur job growth throughout the region and across significant sectors in our diverse economy.

We see the big picture. Work with us to determine how your company can take advantage of the unique assets of the Cali Baja Bi-National Mega-Region.

Participants of the 2013 San Diego and Imperial Valley Regional Economic Development Forum took part in an interactive survey and discussion designed to prioritize policy matters in the areas of workforce, innovation, infrastructure, regulatory process and capital.

Counties represented: San Diego and Imperial

Regional Snapshot:

View a Next 10 snapshot of San Diego's key demographic and economic trends, including population demographics, education attainment, household income, employment change by industry, unemployment levels, and job gains and losses.

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