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Allred named president, CEO of San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership

San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Staff Reports The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership has a new leader. On Wednesday, the organization’s board of directors approved Jeff Allred, who currently serves as city manager for Rosemead, as the partnership’s pr …

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San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership Board of Directors approves Jeff Allred as new President and CEO

Wednesday morning the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership Board of Directors approved Jeff Allred, current City Manager of Rosemead, as the next President and CEO of the Partnership. Allred, a 50-year resident of the San Gabriel Valley, has served …

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San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership CEO leaving for LA River project

By Kevin Smith, San Gabriel Valley Tribune Cynthia Kurtz, president and CEO of the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership, announced Monday that she is leaving to become chief operating officer for the LA River Revitalization Corp. The nonprofit organ …

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San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership to work with coalition to develop bioscience industry cluster implementation plan

Irwindale, CA, November 13, 2015—The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership will play a role in the development of a bioscience industry cluster implementation plan as part of a coalition of biosciences-related stakeholders led by the Los Angeles Econ …

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Job growth expected to continue for San Gabriel Valley

The San Gabriel Valley is experiencing healthy job growth that’s expected to continue into next year, according to Cynthia Kurtz, president and CEO of the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership.

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San Gabriel Valley Partnership Launches Marketing Website

The San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership announced Monday the launch of a new regional economic development website aimed at companies considering relocating or expanding in the San Gabriel Valley.

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San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership honors Sriracha makers, others at awards gala

A local developer, a Los Angeles County supervisor and a company that makes Sriracha hot sauce were among the honorees at Saturday night’s 11th Annual San Gabriel Valley Awards Gala. The event, held at the Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum in Industry, was presented by the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership. The gala honors individuals and organizations in the San Gabriel Valley who are making a significant contribution to the region’s economy and quality of life.

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Have You Discovered San Gabriel Valley?

A product of the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership’s Tourism Coalition, the Discover San Gabriel Valley Guide and its accompanying website offers visitors and locals a resource full of hidden gems and calendar of events. The San Gabriel Valley has so much more to offer than great scenery, quality education and a place called home. Approximately 400 square miles and made up of 31 cities, the region is home to some of the world’s greatest cultural, research, and educational centers such as the Huntington Library and the Norton Simon Museum.

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Survey predicts tough job market, lower wages

Looking for full-time work? Good luck, because a new survey from Harvard Business School reveals that U.S. business leaders are reluctant to hire full-time employees and would rather invest in technology, outsource work to third parties or hire part-time workers. The survey of Harvard Business School alumni, “An Economy Doing Half its Job,” also notes that while many mid-sized and large companies have rebounded from the recession, working-class Americans and small businesses are struggling.

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San Gabriel Valley business leaders discuss challenges of doing business in California

Doing business in California is no picnic. Strict regulations, high taxes and tough environmental laws have made day-to-day operations increasingly costly and tough to navigate. That was the consensus of a group of local business leaders who met Wednesday in Walnut to discuss the challenges they face.

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