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A Workshop on the New California Competes Tax Credit

For all the business owners out there, join OCBC, the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz), and the City of Tustin for a free workshop on the California Competes Tax Credit. 

The State of California has allocated $75 million in income tax credits to be made available to businesses that want to come to California or stay and expand. Small, medium and large businesses are encouraged to attend the workshop and receive instruction on how to apply for this tax credit program.

Hosted by the Orange County Business Council on Friday, July 31st from 9 am to 10 am at the Tustin Branch Library Professional Training Center, 345 East Main St., Tustin, CA. 

CLICK HERE to register

CLICK HERE for more information about the California Competes Tax Credit

RCC at the OC Association of Legal Administrators

Rockwood Communications Counsel, Inc. had the chance to present to some of the best legal administrators in the country on Building Relational Capital in the law office. 

Crystal spoke to the Orange County Association of Legal Administrators about how relational capital fuels business development and boosts recruiting efforts and how incivility can damage anyone's relational capital, negatively impact morale and has the potential to lead to costly lawsuits.

It was a fantastic group and we appreciate the work done by the OCALA.

2015 Legislative Breakfast

Fountain Valley's Chamber of Commerce held the 2015 Legislative Breakfast, getting the latest updates from Sacramento and Washington DC. 

There were over 130 attendees, including Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (48th District), Assemblyman Matthew Harper (74th District), Assemblyman Travis Allen (72nd District), Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel (2nd District) and Supervisor Andrew Do (1st District).

Crystal had the opportunity to talk with Congressman Rohrabacher about his work in Patent Reform.

  

Crystal Rockwood speaking to Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (left)