3 NEW CALIFORNIA CREDITS AND INCENTIVES Manufacturing Sales Tax Exemption California has a new sales tax exemption of 4.19% effective 7/1/14 through 6/30/22 applicable to equipment purchases of up to $200 million by a company engaged in manufacturing, biotechnology, or research and development. The exemption applies at the time of purchase so long [...]
There is more money available these days for Small Business Administration loans. But, how do you apply to the SBA to get one? USA Today explains.
SBA’s Patriot Express Pilot Loan Initiative is tailored for veterans and members of the military community wanting to establish or expand small businesses.
The Gardena First! Program promotes awareness to both businesses and consumers about keeping dollars in Gardena.
The Gardena Business Advisory Council recently recommended that the 5% Small Business Credit Program be expanded to apply to contract awards up to $250,000.
In 2006, the City Council revised the City’s purchasing policies to establish a small business credit of five percent (5%) to qualifying bidders for purposes of determining the lowest responsible bidder on certain City contracts.
Gardena has implemented plans to create an environment where a shared vision is reality, where partnerships are created and nurtured, open communication is fostered and consensus building is the norm rather than the exception.
Gardena believes one of the key components of any business retention strategy is business outreach. Gardena works with the South Bay Economic Development Partnership to conduct business outreach to a number of major employers in the City.
Gardena established the commercial and industrial rebate program to assist businesses and property owners. Property owners can receive 50% of your improvement costs or a maximum rebate of $10,000.