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San Bernardino County

San Bernardino County is a region with measurable location and workforce advantages. The County’s lower cost of doing business along with its comparable lower housing costs, benefit growth industries and employees. A recognized location for logistics and manufacturing, the County’s other fast growing industries include technology, food processing and renewable energy. Comprised of 24 cities, San Bernardino County encompasses more than two million residents with a workforce of nearly 900,000. Its assets include an innovation corridor of close to two dozen colleges and universities and an unparalleled collection of roadways, runways and railways that lead local and global business centers. Visit www.SBCountyAdvantage.com.

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  • How San Bernardino County Is Fostering Growth

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    How San Bernardino County Is Fostering Growth

    SAN BERNARDINO, CA—Dynamic businesses are flourishing, job opportunities are growing and innovative business leaders in the region are proactively handling a disruptive economy, attendees of a recent business forum learned.

  • Significant Mid-Level Gap Plagues Manufacturing

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    Significant Mid-Level Gap Plagues Manufacturing

    FONTANA, CA—During the recession, new hiring was minimal, but the workforce continued to get older, and technology is changing the way the industry operates, InTech Center’s Ken Eaves tells GlobeSt.com EXCLUSIVELY.

  • Retail Is Thriving in San Bernardino County

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    Retail Is Thriving in San Bernardino County

    SAN DIEGO—San Bernardino County’s Soua Vang encourages retailers to look into the growing markets in the County, which is business friendly and pro growth.

  • Are Millennials Flocking to SoCal’s Inland Empire?

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    Are Millennials Flocking to SoCal’s Inland Empire?

    SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA—According to a recent CBRE report, more than 1 million square feet of new retail planned for San Bernardino County, changing demographics and new communities lead demand for diversity of shops and services.

  • San Bernardino County is Ripe for Two Kinds of Retail

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    San Bernardino County is Ripe for Two Kinds of Retail

    UPLAND, CA—While San Bernardino County is adding necessity retailers like grocery and drug stores, the region’s consumers are also thirsty for experiential retail and hip new restaurants, Lewis Group of Cos.’ Randall Lewis tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE ICSC preview.

  • Retail Resurgence in San Bernardino County

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    Retail Resurgence in San Bernardino County

    SAN BERNARDINO, CA—Population growth, strong demand, increasing absorption and decreasing vacancies are evidence of a robust retail sector in this part of the Inland Empire making it a great place for retailers to locate, CBRE’s Jeff Moore tells GlobeSt.com in this EXCLUSIVE interview.

  • Tax Credits Go to Seven San Bernardino County Firms

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    Tax Credits Go to Seven San Bernardino County Firms

    SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CA—A number of San Bernardino County companies—including environmental leader WISErg—receive California Competes Tax Credits to aid in growth and job creation.

  • Finding an Achievable Quality of Life

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    Finding an Achievable Quality of Life

    SAN BERNARDINO, CA—In preparation for the upcoming State of the County, we learned in this EXCLUSIVE Q&A that the County is in the midst of a demographic shift as more millennials move to the County. in search of an achievable quality of life that includes affordable housing, good schools and safe neighborhoods

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    About County of San Bernardino

    San Bernardino County is a region with measurable advantages. Lower costs and skilled workforce make it a choice location for businesses looking to maximize profits. More than $2.2 billion will be invested in transportation infrastructure by BNSF, Port of Los Angeles and San Bernardino Association of Governments (SANBAG). Known as a leader for logistics and manufacturing, other fast growing industries include technology, food processing and renewable energy. The County Board of Supervisors continually develop proactive strategies to support business development and improve the economic value of the region.