The County of Riverside Board of Supervisors and Economic Development Agency is celebrating their French Valley Business Center Grand Opening at the French Valley Airport on January 29, 2018 at 11 AM.
The French Valley Airport is located in Southwest Riverside County, adjacent to the communities of Temecula, Murrieta and Winchester. It is located on Highway 79 and it is only minutes away from Interstate 15 and the 215 Corridor which are distinguished by a proliferation of high-tech and manufacturing businesses.
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We invite Business Leaders in our region to gain insight on how you can better raise employee performance, improve leadership skills, and identify challenges in the workplace.
Jonathan Seitz is a Partner in Crestcom Southern California, a Leadership, and Development organization dedicated to delivering results through skill development. Prior to joining Crestcom, Jonathan served on the executive team of two multi-national businesses and owned and managed two successful start-ups. With over 35 years of positive impact through coaching, mentoring, and leading others to achieve, Leadership and Management Development is an extension of his passion and experience.
Brian Link is a business partner with Crestcom of Southern California. Crestcom is an internationally recognized leader in professional workplace development training offering their award winning Bullet Proof® Manager Leadership and Management training program. Mr. Link has executive management experience in the hospitality/gaming industry and is also a retired California law enforcement officer having served over twenty years in varies roles in law enforcement functions from patrolman to management. Mr. Link has a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Management and a Master of Arts degree in Business Management. Mr. Link has extensive experience in facilitating and teaching before professional audiences. His philosophy is, “If a good leader can foster positive influence, build trust, develop credibility and command respect. Imagine what a bad leader could do.”
JDS CREATIVE ACADEMY PRESENTS FIRST ANNUAL DIGIFEST MAY 5 – 7, 2017
JDS Creative Academy is a nonprofit 501c3 for Arts, education and training is hosting a 3 day “All Digital” Digifest event which will highlight those already learning and working in the industry, as well as, provide education and networking opportunities for those looking to work in the industry. In addition to providing culture and work as an economic driver for the community.
The event will take place May 5 – 7, 2017 at JDSCA Studio on 28069 Diaz Rd in Temecula, as well as at other key locations: Saturday night screenings at the Temeku Theaters, and the Awards Banquet & Concert at City Hall Conference Center.
“We decided to present a Digifest because we felt that there are a lot of artists in the area who are interested in exploring what they can do digitally,” said Diane Strands, CoFounder of JDS Creative Academy. “We want them to have a great venue to display their work and learn more about how to the market place is changing.”
Friday May 5, 2017 @ 6pm – Red Carpet Duel Temecula & Murrieta Chamber ribbon cutting
Location: JDSCA Studios
Saturday and Sunday, May 6 – 7, 2017 – Special Presentations
Location: JDSCA Studios
Sunday, May 7, 2017 @ 5:30pm – Awards Dinner Banquet
Location: Temecula City Hall
Students, Amateurs and Professionals alike are encouraged to submit their work. Entrant categories begin at age ten years old and go through adult. Fees are nominal and the final deadline is April 15, 2017.
Tickets & Information:
For more information on event times and tickets contact JDSCA via www.digifest2017.org or call 951 296-6715.
Azusa Pacific professor and executive director of the Master of Science in Biotechnology Studies program David Dyer, Ph.D., will address training needs and strategies for the biomedical product business sector. Medical and business professionals living and/or working in Southwest Riverside County will benefit greatly from this and will gain insights to enhance their careers. Dinner provided, and guests will receive an executive gift.
To register log on to: https://goo.gl/6mV4dK
The Economic Development Coalition of Southwest California will hold its first State of the Region—Valley of Innovation on April 27, 2017. This important business and industry conference will be held at the Lake Elsinore Diamond.
This year the EDC will introduce the completely re-branded “Valley of Innovation” and discuss the advancements the region has made in business partnerships, the communities, culture, commerce and in making it easier for businesses to locate in here. The EDC’s interests cover the cities of Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, Lake Elsinore, Menifee and the portions of the county of Riverside.
When asked why anyone should attend this event, Doug McAllister, the Coalition’s Executive Director said, “The purpose of this initiative is to provide a defensible answer to the question: ‘Why is our region the best region in California in which to do business?’
At SOAR’s Phase One in April we are going to familiarize ourselves with what is available in this area so we can introduce our region to the world in October. In April, we will show how our region is coalescing, making us the best place in California from which to access the world’s 6th largest economy.”
The 2017 State of The Region: Valley of Innovation Conference is being held on April 27, from 11:00 to 1:30 at The Diamond Club, located at the Lake Elsinore Stadium.
The event will feature a presentation from Mr. McAllister addressing the question of how to maximize opportunities and meet the challenges of a region that is expected to add four million people over the next ten years. This highly anticipated event brings together state and local elected officials, CEOs, business and civic leaders, transportation and environmental stakeholders, local government staff and others.
Also premiering at the event is the 2017 SOAR Awards for Innovation, recognizing exemplary businesses and government innovation in the region. To attend and learn why our region can legitimately claim to be the future of California, register today at www.edcswca.com. Please see the website to apply for one of the Innovation Awards. For more information, call the EDC at 951.694.9800.
The Economic Workforce Development Committee(EWDC) is hosting a Luncheon on March 16, 2017. This luncheon will be a Conversation with Southwest CA City Managers.
EWDC is a special committee of the Lake Elsinore Valley Chamber of Commerce that is working with the City of Lake Elsinore to promote and increase the economic activity of our area. The EWDC and Chamber of Commerce provide valuable services to businesses that are expanding or relocating in Lake Elsinore.
EWDC is about business networking that gets results! To enhance the exchange of information and provide targeted networking opportunities, the EWDC and LEVCC sponsor a series of Monthly Luncheons on a variety of topics of concert to Lake Elsinore Valley citizens.
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