2015 Capitol Summit & Host Breakfast: May 27-28
Public-private partnerships are essential to bringing up-to-date technology to law enforcement efforts, California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris said at the CalChamber Capitol Summit on May 27.
The summit brought to Sacramento local chamber of commerce and business leaders for the keynote talk by the Attorney General, plus updates from CalChamber President and CEO Allan Zaremberg, political practitioners from both major parties and CalChamber policy advocates.
The ability of Californians to respond to challenges with imagination and innovation was a recurring theme in remarks at the 90th Annual Sacramento Host Breakfast.
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., California Chamber of Commerce Chair Joseph M. Otting and Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadivé told stories of inspiration from the past and plans for the future. The Governor called out Californians’ destiny to “overcome the obstacles by imagination, by grit, by will, and by collaboration.”
The Host Breakfast brings together leaders from business, agriculture, the administration, education, the military and legislators from throughout the state.
Two Receive CalChamber Small Business Advocate of the Year Award
The California Chamber of Commerce honored business owners from Lodi and Torrance with its “2015 Small Business Advocate of the Year” award, recognizing them for outstanding advocacy on behalf of small businesses.
28 Local Chambers Receive CalChamber 2015 President’s Circle Award
The California Chamber of Commerce has named 28 local chambers of commerce to receive the 2015 President’s Circle Award. The award recognizes chambers for excellence in business advocacy and helping their members comply with California employment laws.