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The Stakeholders are partners in the CIC Wired initiative that participated in the development of the portal. The following table provides additional details about each stakeholder.

At the Innovate California Opportunities for Collaboration page, you may search the capabilities of the partners involved overall in California's WIRED initiative. You may search the capabilities used to achieve success across all the WIRED projects. From those search results you may visit individual partner pages to learn more about that partners resources and capabilities.

The Innovate California Participants page provides a catalog of CIC partners, supporters, and affiliates in list format.

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Partner NameDescriptionURL
Antelope Valley Board of Trade (AVBOT)Serving the Antelope Valley since 1957, it is the mission of The Antelope Valley Board of Trade "to engage in maintaining and promoting diverse business and industry, quality infrastructures and a strong legislative voice for the benefit of its members and the Greater Antelope Valley."
California Space AuthorityGoverned by a statewide board of directors, the California Space Authority (CSA) is a nonprofit corporation representing the commercial, civil, and national defense/homeland security interests of California's diverse space enterprise community in all four domains: industry, government, academia, and workforce. Designated as California's Spaceport Authority, CSA is a member-based "enterprise" association working closely with stakeholders statewide to facilitate California's competitiveness and space enterprise vitality.
City of LompocLompoc Valley enjoys a healthy and diversified economy. Home to Vandenberg Air Force Base, which contributes $1.7 billion to the regional economy and is the largest employer in Santa Barbara County, Lompoc Valley is the powerhouse driving the county’s economy. The city used WIRED grant resources for an innovation asset inventory of local companies; federal research laboratories and federally funded research centers; federal military R&D laboratories and military installations; and research universities and specialized university-linked research institutions. The WIRED survey facilitates marketing for companies and other innovation organizations through a statewide database to get connection with their capabilities and what they can do for other businesses.
Greater Antelope Valley Economic Alliance (GAVEA)GAVEA’s objective, as a regional EDC, is to help attract, create and retain wealth-creating jobs with a specific focus on the expansion and diversification of our region’s industrial job base.
Kern Economic Development CorporationKern EDC is a private nonprofit company dedicated to ensuring a diverse and strong economic climate for all businesses in Kern County. Kern EDC recruits new businesses to Kern County, helps established businesses with relocation and/or expansion efforts and works with local companies to provide economic data, workforce information and facilitation of the regulatory process.
Los Angeles Economic Development Corp. (LAEDC)The LAEDC is the Los Angeles region’s premier business leadership organization. It mission to attract, retain and grow business and jobs in the regions of Los Angeles County, as well as to identify trends and affect positive change for the local economy. The LAEDC also offers free Business Assistance services such as site selection, workforce resources, incentive packages, permits, licenses, zoning or local industry analyses for companies expanding or relocating in LA County. LAEDC regional managers work one-on-one with businesses throughout the regions of LA County Metro and South LA, San Fernando Valley, San Gabriel Valley, the Valleys of Santa Clarita, Antelope, South Bay, Westside and Gateway Cities.
Orange County Workforce Investment Board (OCWIB)In Partnership with the Orange County Board of Supervisors, the OCWIB oversees Orange County's workforce development activities and establishes programs in response to the workforce needs of Orange County. The OCWIB designs and implements programs and services for business, adults, youth and dislocated workers in accordance with its 5-year Strategic Local Plan. The Strategic Plan describes the Board's commitment in establishing a comprehensive workforce development system for Orange County.
San Diego East County Economic Development CouncilThe San Diego East County Economic Development Council (ECEDC) is a full service economic development organization that has been supporting the eastern sub-region of San Diego County for the past 24 years. is the ECEDC flagship project. The Connectory focuses on primary industry/technology companies and their suppliers of goods and services. It combines the unparalleled speed and navigation capability of the Internet with a high quality company database that focuses on company capabilities and capacities at every level of the supply chain -- all at no cost to the company.
San Luis Obispo Economic Vitality CorporationEstablished in 1994, the Economic Vitality Corporation is the primary provider of economic development services and business resources in San Luis Obispo County and each of its seven cities.Funded by local private and public sectors, sponsors of the EVC are used to help support the mission, including helping to start and grow businesses in the County.
South Bay Economic Development Partnership (SBEDP)The South Bay Economic Development Partnership (SBEDP) is a collaboration of business, government and educators planning and implementing economic growth strategies in the South Bay region of Los Angeles County. The Partnership provides business assistance services such as expansion and relocation site services for the South Bay region, tax structures and abatements, community profiles, economic and demographic information, trade coordination with the San Pedro Bay seaports, Los Angeles International Airport, foreign trade zones, railroads and utility companies. It also hosts quarterly information sharing and networking meetings with all of its partners.
The Bay Area Council Economic InstituteThe Bay Area Council Economic Institute—a public-private partnership of business, labor, government and higher education—works to support the economic vitality and competitiveness of California and the Bay Area. Its work builds on the twenty-year record of fact-based economic analysis and policy leadership of the Bay Area Economic Forum, which merged with the Bay Area Council in January 2008.
Ventura County Economic Development AssociationVCEDA is the regional business advocate and premier Ventura County business organization. Mission Statement: To advocate policies, legislation and programs that stimulate business and a vital economy as the foundation for a vibrant quality of life in Ventura County.
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