Monthly Archives: July 2019

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will lead a 100+ business delegation, comprising CEOs; investors; innovators; designers; start-ups together with trade and investment institutions, to Los Angeles this fall.  In celebration of the visiting delegation, HKTDC will host a full-day symposium themed “Think Asia, Think Hong Kong” at the JW Marriott at LA LIVE […]

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Paella Lifestyle – Olores, colores y sabores Planning your next corporate event? Paella Lifestyle is all about creating a healthy cultural experience and making people happy with irresistible food. ¡Salud! Paella Lifestyle is a private catering company created in 2014 by Noelia Murias, a Basque Country native living in San Diego. Its centerpiece is Spain’s […]

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On July 11, our 2019 Advance program participants convened for a session dedicated to exploring the roles we play on teams and leading teams. Alessandra Lezama (19) of RGHP Holdings LLC made a presentation which included “Ten Tips to Help You Be the Best You.” She emphasized the importance of owning your vision and doing […]

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Recognized as the Craft Beer Capital of America, San Diego County is home to 130 craft breweries which produced over 1 million barrels of beer in 2017. San Diego’s beer selection is as diverse as each of the neighborhood breweries that put their spin on classic and truly distinctive styles. The county’s breweries have brought […]

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This year’s UnidosUS  Annual Conference (formerly known as NCLR) will take place at San Diego’s Convention Center from Saturday, August 3 to Tuesday, August 6, 2019. For event details, or to register, please visit the UnidosUS website. The Chamber is proud to partner with UnidosUS Annual Conference, site of innovative workshops, thought-provoking plenary sessions, that […]

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Border Energy Forum

The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud to collaborate with the North American Development Bank, NADB, on their upcoming XXIV Border Energy Forum. This forum brings together local and state officials, private sector developers, academics, large commercial users, and energy experts from the U.S. and Mexico. NADB is an organization committed to providing […]

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The Chamber applauds our San Diego Congressional delegation for their ongoing efforts to address transboundary pollution along the U.S.-Mexico border. The House-passed appropriations package for 2020 includes $30 million in funds for the Border Water Infrastructure Program – twice the amount approved in 2018. Congressmembers Vargas, Davis, Peters, and Levin’s amendments to the appropriations package […]

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The Sixth Annual “Building a Competitive U.S.-Mexico Border” conference featured Ambassador Martha Bárcena, Ambassador of Mexico to the United States, Governor Doug Ducey, Governor of Arizona, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), Representatives Henry Cuellar (D-TX) and Will Hurd (R-TX) and focused on the USMCA, strengthening efficiency at the border, and growing cross-border cooperation for regional economic […]

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Mexico is the first country to ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada trade agreement – or USMCA – by a vote of 114 in favor and four against in the Senate. Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador stated that the agreement means foreign investment and new jobs in Mexico, facilitating and guaranteeing trade within North America. Mexico’s […]

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Join the largest binational delegation to Washington, D.C. to voice your business needs and collaborate with San Diego’s business leaders while meeting with the nation’s top legislators and policy officials. Be sure to register now as the registration price will increase after July 26. Read the event details here.

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