Economic Development News From the East Bay | February 22, 2024

East Bay Hot Spots: The Tri-Valley

This week East Bay EDA published the first of our 2024 East Bay Hot Spots series in San Francisco Business Times on the Tri-Valley. Read how the cities of Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, and town of Danville are driving growth and innovation. We are also proud to partner with SFBT on the new East Bay Business News section, free to our subscribers. Contact us to learn how!

2024 East Bay Innovation Awards

Did you know the 2024 East Bay Innovation Awards is at a new venue this year? We are pleased to have you join us at the Oakland Scottish Rite Center on March 28 for the 11th annual award ceremony. Built in 1927 and accentuated by Italian Renaissance detailing, the Center overlooks Lake Merritt in downtown. Learn more about this year's event, finalists, and sponsors.

New Walnut Creek Cancer Center

On February 1, 2024, The Behring Pavilion and UCSF John Muir Health Jean and Ken Hofmann Cancer Center held its ribbon cutting ceremony. Jane Willemsen, Chief Operating Officer for John Muir Health emphasized the importance of the partnership between John Muir Health and UCSF Health in providing world-class cancer care to the East Bay community. Read more.

$1.1M for Waste Prevention

Do you know a business, nonprofit or institution in Alameda County that has innovative ideas to prevent waste? StopWaste is offering $1.1 million in funding for food waste prevention & recovery, food donation equipment, community food systems, reusable foodware, reuse & repair, and reusable transport packaging equipment. Deadline to apply is March 14. Apply today!

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