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The population of nearly 10 million consists of a demographic profile that is educated, ethnically diverse, younger, and more affluent than the national average. The many regions of L.A. County are home to people from around the world who locate here for opportunities in education, employment and lifestyle. There are multitudes of ambitious, inspired graduates from the region's 158 institutions of higher education, making L.A. the birthplace of wild ideas that shape the future. This infusion of talent in an environment open to re-inventing the rules fosters a productive, competitive business climate that sets the pace for the global economy.

If you're looking for the region that will help your business grow, there are few opportunities in the world like the Inland Empire. Since 1994, 667 major operations have either migrated to the region, put their new expansions in the area or moved locally to add space and employees. As a result, the Inland Empire region of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties has become Southern California's job creation leader in both absolute and percentage terms. From 1990-1999, the area has added an incredible 197,900 jobs and continues to be the only major region of the state to consistently do so. The Inland Empire creates over 50,000 new jobs per year, at a growth rate of 5.7 percent. Take advantage of this region's superb growth potential.
When your business is in Orange County, the whole world is open to you. Orange County is a gateway to Mexico and Central and South America, as well as the Pacific Rim. It's only 20 miles to the harbors of Long Beach and L.A., which together form the busiest ports in the U.S. Orange County has its own airport, John Wayne Airport, only 30 miles from Los Angeles International Airport and serving more than eight million passengers annually. Facilitating ground shipping, Orange County is crisscrossed with a superb network of major highways.
Companies engaged in innovative technology are realizing the value of clustering-according to Forbes magazine, -a critical mass of skilled workers, established employers and entrepreneurs in vital sectors of the economy.- San Diego has become one of the broadest and most balanced of these clusters in America. Thousands of companies engaged in innovative technology call this region home-companies in the biomedical field, computers & software, electronics and telecommunications. In 1998, close to 1,045 patents were issued to individuals and businesses located in San Diego County. This is the climate that's attracting world leaders like Gateway Computers and Novartis AG., and companies like yours.

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