We invite you to attend the Governor's California Small Business Economic Summit
Purchasing and contracting officials from dozens of State Agencies and Departments will be in attendance at the event for you to meet and discuss current and future contracting opportunities.
On Wednesday, May 28, 2003 Governor Gray Davis will convene the first of two California Small Business Economic Summits which will focus on the economic development of the State's vital small business community. The second Summit will be held in Los Angeles in the Fall at a location to be announced.
The Summit will provide access to opportunities for increased business development:
Access to critical information and discussion regarding Workman's Comp, Taxes, Labor Laws, and Workforce Training
Access to State Small Business Advocates, Contracting Officers, and Procurement Officials
Access to Small Business Lenders and Technical Assistance Programs
The Summit will focus on providing access to resources:
Access to contract opportunities
Access to capital
Access to technology
Access to services and products to increase efficiency, productivity and profit
Access to innovative strategies for business development
Governor Gray Davis, First Lady Sharon Davis, and Sonya Blake, Director of the Governor's Office of the Small Business Advocate are scheduled to address the hundreds of small business owners in attendance at the Summit Luncheon. The Governor will use his address at the Summit to outline his plans to assist small businesses in California.
Wednesday, May 28, 2003Time(s)
9am - 4pm (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada); TijuanaVenue
Radisson Hotel, Saamento.
Contact for booking / more info
Full details of the Summit and online registration can be found at www.CalSmallBizSummit2003.com or call 1 (800) 644-7442