Information from City of Dublin—
Businesses interested in hiring and expanding their business are invited to attend the first “From Bureaucracy to Business Friendly” regional business event on Tuesday, October 22 at the Robert Livermore Community Center located at 4444 East Avenue in Livermore, CA from 9 AM – 12 PM.
This regional business event is designed to provide attendees with an overview of available incentives and resources for hiring new employees and growing their business. Some of the incentives that will be discussed are the Tri-Valley’s initiative and efforts on streamlining the permit process, as well as available city-wide incentive programs offering sales tax reimbursement, high wage incentives and sewer financing, among many others.
Also included in the discussion are State of California and Alameda County incentives for subsidized training and hiring of employees, as well as the Governor’s new incentive program which replaces the enterprise zone program.
Participating businesses will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn from other businesses that have participated in some of the above mentioned programs. Participating sponsors and resource providers include: Alameda County Workforce Investment Board; the cities of Dublin, Livermore and Pleasanton; East Bay Economic Development Alliance; Innovation Tri-Valley; Livermore Area Recreation & Park District; State of California Employment Training Panel; State of California Go-Biz; and the U.S. Department of Labor.
The agenda for the event will commence with registration at 9 AM, a panel discussion at 9:30 AM, a question and answer period at 10:30 AM, and concluding with a networking opportunity at 11 AM. Businesses can register online at https://bureaucracy-to-business-friendly.eventbrite.com/.