Riverside, Calif. (PRWEB) November 11, 2012
The City of Riverside joins Inland Southern California business, government and civic leaders to announce the InSoCal Innovation Corridor and key findings from the inaugural InSoCal Innovation Assets Report at a News Conference on Nov 13 at Murietta City Hall, 1 Town Square, Murietta between 11 and noon.
The newly formed group of Southern California thought leaders called InSoCal CONNECT, will present the first ever InSoCalAssets Report that showcases the region’s vibrant established technology base, coupled with surprising and robust technology start up companies, keystoned on the north by UC Riverside and the south by San Diego CONNECT.
City of Riverside Mayor Ron Loveridge said, “This plan will place Riverside and this region at the top of the leaderboard of choice for high-tech, research and professional companies and will bring quality jobs to the region.”
Riverside, named Intelligent Community of the Year for 2012, and home to University of California, Riverside contributes its strategic location and strong leadership that supports the Bio-Tech CEO Forum, an established support system for area incubators, financial support for Small Business Development Centers, a dedicated Technology Ombudsmen, and a variety of business incentives.
The InSoCal Innovation Corridor is bounded by the north by the research and innovation engine that is the University of California, Riverside situated in the City of Riverside. On the south are the Twin Cities of Murrieta and Temecula, an emerging tech center and a wine country paradise with reach and growing ties to the San Diego lifestyle and its world renowned technology sector with roots in the University of California, San Diego. For more information go to http://www.insocalconnect.org/
City of Riverside, California