The California Competes Tax Credit (CCTC) is an income tax credit available to businesses that want to locate in California or stay and grow in California. Applicants will be analyzed based on fourteen different factors of evaluation, including number of full-time jobs being created, amount of investment, and strategic importance to the state or region
CA Made is California’s labeling program for manufactured goods. The program is designed to encourage consumer product awareness and promote the purchase of products manufactured in California. The CA Made program supports all products manufactured in the state that meet the requirements, including apparel, furniture, software, art, household goods, handmade items, toys, and cosmetics.
LAEDC 2016/2017 Business Incentives and Resource Guide
LAEDC’s Business Assistance Program team (BAP) offers confidential, free-of-charge consulting to large and small businesses and microenterprises, domestic and international businesses across all industry sectors and business types. We help businesses and key industries overcome challenges to sustain, grow and hire.
This program provides business and technical assistance, product marketing, and financial assistance to businesses that manufacture a recycled-content product or process materials for recycling. Projects must be located in California and preferably be in a CalRecycle designated Recycling Market Development Zone.
LA County is continuously seeking partnerships for this program with qualified businesses that are committed to investing in the community while helping to develop the next generation’s workforce within your industry. If you are a business within LA County that is interested in becoming a Youth Worksite for the Youth@Work Program, please send an email to: Hireayouth@opportunity.lacounty.gov