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California Central Valley Economic Development


The California Central Valley Economic Development Corporation (CCVEDC) was formed in the late 1980’s by the professional Economic Development organizations serving the eight counties of California’s Central Valley. Together with their partners, they have cooperated and collaborated to present the Central Valley as a highly desirable location for expanding companies seeking the advantages of a rapidly growing and resource rich environment.

Today the CCVEDC still works to assist individuals and organizations with their search for potential sites. This site has been designed to assist the serious site selector in their quest for information. Several links have been established to direct the user to specific areas for up-to-date information and contacts.

Mission:
Central California Economic Development Corporation (CCEDC) is a regional marketing group whose mission is to promote job creation in the valley, mountain and desert communities located within Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, Merced and Tulare. This program supplements the existing efforts of individual agencies throughout the area.

Who we are:
The CCEDC was formed in the late 1980’s by the professional Economic Development organizations serving the counties of California’s Central Valley. Together with their partners like Pacific Gas and Electric, they have cooperated and collaborated to present the Central California as a highly desirable location for expanding companies seeking the advantages of a rapidly growing and resource rich environment.

What we do:
CCEDC provides businesses with the resources necessary when evaluating, planning and implementing a site location/expansion in the Central California region. CCEDC facilitates the site selection process by –

  • Connecting with the region’s key decision makers in economic development, financial, government, regulatory and real estate,
  • Providing proprietary research/data,
  • Conducting site searches and site tours,
  • Facilitating planning and consultation meetings





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