Orange County Business Council provides a forum for businesses to come together and collaborate on solutions to pressing Orange County issues. OCBC’s committees offer members timely presentations from industry leaders and engaging discussions on Orange County’s top business issues.

Advocacy and Government Affairs

Discusses and takes action on public policy issues that have a direct impact on the business community » More


Community College Working Group

Aligning education programs that are inclusive and collaborative to meet the workforce needs of business and industry » More


Economic Development

Fostering job creation, increase private investment and enhance county revenues through the implementation of a countywide economic development strategy » More


Health Care

Forging creative, consensus based solutions to help reform health care policy in California » More



Advocates for an infrastructure system critical to meeting the growing needs of Orange County’s residents and businesses » More



Comprised of business leaders, public agencies and elected officials dedicated to improving regional transportation infrastructure in Orange County » More

Latino Educational Attainment

Dedicated to empowering a key partner in the success of Latino students – their parents » More


Legal Affairs

Discusses and takes action on legal positions and issues that have a direct impact on the business community. » More



Identifies potential members that may benefit by becoming associated with OCBC and works with others to recruit those businesses to become members » More


Workforce Development

Creating a high quality workforce with particular emphasis on developing math and science skills needed by Orange County Employers » More


Workforce Housing

Discusses and takes action on housing and other real estate development issues that have a direct impact on the business community and Orange County’s workforce » More

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