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The Leading Voice of Business in Orange County                                                                                      Tuesday, March 25, 2014
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE RECOGNIZES OCBC AS 'STREAMLINING SUPERSTAR'

The Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz) recognized OCBC's  Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet Awards program yesterday as a "Streamlining Superstar," recognizing OCBC as a vital agency partner that helps ease the burden on business. OCBC's Turning Red Tape Into Red Carpet Awards program honors local governmental agencies for implementing innovative policies and programs that cut through red tape, eliminate barriers to economic growth, and open doors to private sector job creation. GO-Biz recognized OCBC for encouraging other public sector agencies to create policies and programs that have a positive impact on Orange County's economy. CLICK HERE to learn more. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

IS CALIFORNIA DOING ALL IT CAN TO ADDRESS THE DROUGHT?

In recent weeks, Governor Jerry Brown, Senator Diane Feinstein, President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner have called on Californians to do all they can do to address the current severe drought. It's a critically important call, as water is the mainstay of California's economy.  Even the recent rainfall won't make a dent in this state's need for reliable water supply and infrastructure. "Doing all we can" isn't a technological challenge, as Orange County has proven with its many water supply innovations. It's a political challenge.  To do all we can to reduce the impact of this and future droughts, California must find the will to dedicate the necessary funds and overcome over-regulation and over-litigation. We have done it before. Orange County's Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS), the world's largest plant for treating wastewater for beneficial re-use, sailed through California's tough environmental review process, secured funding and wasn't slowed by litigation. As a result, 14 billion gallons of highly treated wastewater already have been used to recharge the county's vast groundwater basin. CLICK HERE to read more. 

OCBC SUPPORTS CONSUMERS' RIGHT TO PRIVACY, CHOICE WITH SB994

As auto makers develop cutting edge technology to improve drivers' experiences, it may also put motorists at risk of losing not only their privacy, but also the freedom of choice. Telematics, a data collecting technology equipped in one of five new cars on the market today, collects a large amount of data on drivers and their vehicles ranging from infotainment systems to when, where and how fast drivers are traveling. This data is increasingly being sent back to automakers who may potentially share that information with third parties, such as marketers. But automakers do not share the information with motorists themselves or the automotive service providers drivers may choose. Currently, there is no national standard regulating this practice. Telematics is rapidly changing automobiles and automotive services. Many companies want to provide new and innovative services to drivers using the information generated and collected by cars. In the interest of protecting consumers' rights to choice and to spur innovation and competition, OCBC is supporting SB994, which is a bill being carried by state Sen. Bill Monning. SB994 gives consumers' the right to control as much of their own data as possible by requiring auto manufacturers to provide owners with access to the vehicle's information and to grant them the ability to share that information with third parties of their choosing. CLICK HERE to read more in a recent editorial published in the San Francisco Chronicle. For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs.  

CHAIRMAN'S LEADERSHIP BREAKFAST WITH CHAPMAN LAW DEAN TOM CAMPBELL - MARCH 27

OCBC is pleased to announce that the first Chairman's Leadership Breakfast of 2014 will feature Thomas Campbell, Dean of the Fowler School of Law, Chapman University. He has been in academia for more than three decades and served in the United States Congress and the California State Senate, among many other distinguished accomplishments. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from one of Orange County's leaders, interviewed by CEO Leadership Caucus Chairman, Tom Phelps, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips. Thanks to CLB sponsors Wells Fargo and AT&T.

 

When: Thursday, March 27 I 7:30 a.m. - Breakfast I 8 a.m - Program I 9 a.m - Adjourn

Where: Center Club, Costa Mesa

Tickets: OCBC Members - $85 I Non-member: $145 I Series Package: $300

For more information contact Sabra Benes, Events Manager, at 949-794-7241. 

$180 MILLION PLAN TO EXPAND ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL

The Anaheim City Council recently approved a $180 million plan to complete the Anaheim Convention Center's seventh expansion. Once completed, the expansion will consist of a 200,000-square-foot glass structure facing Katella Avenue and is set to open by fall 2016. Construction on the expansion will begin this summer and will include "flexible space" that will be used for meeting rooms, ballrooms and exhibit halls - resulting in a total of 1.8 million square feet of rentable space. Already the largest exhibit facility on the West Coast, the expansion will help the Anaheim Convention Center compete for growing convention events, stay ahead of other expected expansions to the San Diego and Los Angeles centers, and continue to help drive Orange County's strong tourism industry cluster. CLICK HERE for additional information on the Anaheim Convention Center expansion. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

LANTRONIX INC. WINS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD FOR ROBOT-POWERING TECHNOLOGY

Congratulations to OCBC investor  Lantronix Inc., which won in the category of design at the Embedded World 2014 show in Nurnberg, Germany for its networking technology. The company's PremierWave embedded wireless device powered a humanoid robot, which was developed by Japan-based Kondo Kagaku Co., which mimics human-like movements, such as dancing and walking. Lantronix's technology allows users to operate several robots simultaneously, utilize the robot's USB cameras, and control movements remotely. For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and Business Development. 

TOYOTA LEADS OC AUTO SALES SURGE

Orange County auto dealers sold 11,594 new vehicles in February, a 7.8% increase from a year earlier. OCBC investor Toyota Motor Corp. led all automakers locally with 1,945 vehicles sold in Orange County, which is a 4.1 % uptick. OC's auto dealers collectively have sold 26,656 vehicles during the first two months of 2014, up 7.1% from the same period in 2013. The figures, provided by Newport Beach-based Orange County Automobile Dealers Association, are based on 6,995 new car and 4,599 light truck registrations reported in the county. For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and Business Development.

OCBC HELPS TO BRIDGE GAP BETWEEN WORKFORCE, IT BUSINESS NEEDS

OCBC has led the effort to strategically engage key stakeholders from both the Orange County business and education/workforce training communities with the goal of bridging the gap between existing IT curriculum and training, with the needs of local businesses. On March 14, representatives from Orange County's business and education communities received an update on the Orange County Information Technology Cluster Competitiveness Project, which is a joint project between OCBC and the Orange County Workforce Investment Board (OCWIB). The IT Cluster Competitiveness Project is the result of a Workforce Innovation Fund grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor to the OCWIB for the purpose of creating a strategic approach to meeting the IT needs of Orange County businesses, while also supporting the county's economic and workforce development. A critical component to the Orange County economy, IT's cross-cutting nature has led to growth in both vertical or "traditional" IT industry clusters, such as software, electronics, online gaming; as well as horizontal industry clusters such as life sciences, engineering and finance. CLICK HERE to read more. For more information, contact Matt Petteruto, Vice President, Economic Development.

OCBC BOARD MEMBER KEVIN PAYNE PROMOTED TO SCE SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF CUSTOMER SERVICE

Congratulations to OCBC Board Member Kevin Payne on his recent promotion to Senior Vice President of Customer Service for Southern California Edison (SCE). In his new role, Payne is responsible for SCE's demand-side management programs, customer products and services, customer engagement and call center operations, field services, account management and advanced metering. Prior to his current role, Payne was Vice President of Engineering & Technical Services for SCE, overseeing the planning, engineering and designing of SCE's transmission and distribution systems. Payne began his career with SCE in 1986 in the Engineering and Construction department managing power plant retrofit and other engineering projects. Way to go Kevin! For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and Business Development. 

STAGGERING DATA REVEALS INCREASED NEED FOR ALZHEIMER'S PATIENT, CAREGIVER RESOURCES

The Alzheimer's Family Services Center is developing plans to open two additional satellite locations to meet the demands of the roughly 80,000 people - roughly the size of Newport Beach's population - who are currently diagnosed with the illness in Orange County. While there are nursing homes and mental institutions in the county that address some of the needs of dementia patients, the Huntington Beach Alzheimer's Family Services Center is the only clinic in Orange County specifically providing resources to Alzheimer's patients. However, it is reaching its full capacity of serving 100 patients a day. The center recently released "The Future of Dementia in OC," a document that discusses the staggering effects Alzheimer's has on the community, which states that there is a $19 million impact on the workforce in Orange County due to lost productivity of dementia caregivers and patients. The indirect cost to businesses nationally is $37 billion.  The center is currently looking for financial support to assist in its expansion and those interested in partnering may contact CEO Joanna Richardson-Jones, MBA, RD. For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and business Development. 

SUPPORT FOR WINDOWS XP, OFFICE 2003 ENDS APRIL 8

Microsoft recently announced that as of April 8, the company will no longer provide technical assistance for Windows XP and Office 2003, including automatic updates that help protect PCs from security threats. According to Microsoft, more than 20 percent of small businesses are still using the XP platform, which was introduced in 2001. A variety of services will no longer be available to continued users, including security updates, troubleshooting support, anti-virus software compatibility, and more. Businesses still using the programs should either upgrade their current PC to run Windows 8.1, or potentially need to get a new PC. CLICK HERE to learn more. CLICK HERE for a Microsoft coupon. For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and Business Development. 

ARE YOU A YOUNG PROFESSIONAL? GET INVOLVED WITH ELITE OC FOR NETWORKING, CHARITY

The Elite OC, a networking society, is effectively using its growing popularity to raise funds and resources for numerous local charities while providing an innovative way for up-and-coming young professionals to build business relationships and share ideas. Instead of charging an entry fee to its monthly networking events, The Elite OC asks that attendees bring suggested items, such as toys or clothing, to donate to partnering charities. The Elite OC January schmoozer saw more than 300 attendees who donated 644 different toys and school supplies to partnering charity Big Brothers Big Sister of Orange County, in addition to informing attendees on how to become volunteers in the program. Since January, The Elite OC has also partnered with charities such as Mercy House, a homelessness resource program, Taller San Jose, and Youth Employment Services to raise items such as clothing and toiletries, while bringing hundreds of community-focused young professionals and entrepreneurs together. While attendance to the monthly networking events is free of charge, the organization also offers membership options with additional benefits, such as preferred registration for The 4th Annual Elite OC Charity Golf Tournament Monday, May 5 at Marbella Country Club in San Juan Capistrano. CLICK HERE for more information about upcoming The Elite OC schmoozers and events. For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager. 

JOIN OCBC'S BIZPAC TO HONOR RETIRING OC LEGISLATORS - APRIL 24

Join OCBC and the BIZPAC Trustees on Thursday, April 24, 2014 for the 2014 BIZPAC Election Year Reception & Fundraiser. The keynote speaker is Allan Hoffman, Publisher and Co-Editor of the California Target Book, a non-partisan, multi-volume subscription service that tracks and analyzes all federal and state legislative races in California. Honorees include Senator Lou Correa, Senator Mark Wyland, Senator Mimi Walters, Assemblywoman Diane Harkey, and Assemblyman Curt Hagman. The event is an unmatched opportunity to meet political and business leaders during this critical election season. The 2014 Bizpac Election Year Reception & Fundraiser benefits BIZPAC, OCBC's political action committee. 

 

 

WHEN: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, April 24, 2014

WHERE: Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa

COST: Individual: $250 I Supporter (4 Tickets): $1,250  

Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

 

 

For more information, contact Sabra Benes, Events Manager, at 949-794-7241.

JOIN OCBC IN CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF LATINO EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT - MAY 1

Join OCBC, alongside elected officials and community partners, for the 6th Annual Latino Educational Attainment Reception on Thursday, May 1 at the Discovery Science Center to celebrate 10 successful years of the LEA Initiative. Lowering the achievement gap among Orange County's Latino population has been LEA's priority for a decade. CLICK HERE for more information on OCBC's LEA Initiative. 

 

WHEN: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Thursday, May 1, 2014

WHERE: Discovery Science Center

COST: Free 

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please RSVP by Friday, April 25, 2014.

 

 

For more information, contact Alicia Berhow, Vice President, Workforce Development, at 949.794.7215.

JOIN OCBC TO MEET WITH FEDERAL LEGISLATORS ON DC ADVOCACY TRIP - MAY 19 TO 21

Join OCBC and ACC-OC on the One Voice, Two Capitols Advocacy Trip to Washington D.C. on May 19 to 21. Meet with lawmakers, members of the administration, and other decision makers on business issues including economic development, education, housing, transportation and water. Participants include representatives from Orange County's leading companies.  

 

WHEN: May 19 to 21, 2014

WHERE: The St. Regis Washington Hotel

COST: OCBC Member: $1,650  I  Non-Member: $1,850

Sponsorship opportunities are available. 

 

 

For more information, contact Bryan Starr, Senior Vice President, Government Affairs. 

LUCY DUNN TO RECEIVE THE BISHOP'S AWARD FOR EXEMPLARY BUSINESS INTEGRITY - MAY 21

Lucy Dunn, President and CEO, will be awarded The Bishop's Award for Exemplary Business Integrity at the Twelfth Annual Orange Catholic Foundation's Conference on Business and Ethics: A Forum for Responsible Leaders. The conference program will feature keynote presentations by Matthew Kelly, an internationally acclaimed speaker, bestselling author, and business consultant; and pastor Rick Warren, founder of Saddleback Church and bestselling author. Timothy LeVecke, former President and current Chairman of the Board for the LeVecke Corporation, will also be honored. The conference will take place from 7:30 am. to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, May 21 at the Irvine Marriott. CLICK HERE for event details  and sponsorship opportunities information. For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and Business Development. 

PRESIDENT OBAMA TO SPEAK AT UCI COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY IN ANGEL STADIUM

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Anteaters of all stripes will experience a historic event come graduation day as President Barack Obama will deliver the commencement address at UC Irvine's 2014 graduation ceremony and 50th anniversary celebration June 14 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. University officials and students wrote to the president last April urging him to speak at the anniversary celebration to commemorate the relatively young campus's prestigious accomplishments, such as ranking first among U.S. universities under 50 years old by the London-based Times Higher Education, and producing three Nobel laureates. School-based ceremonies, in which the graduates are individually recognized will follow on June 15 and 16, on the UC Irvine campus. For more information, contact Alicia Berhow, Vice President, Workforce Development and Advocacy.

ORANGE IS THE NEW GREEN: RBF CONSULTING WINS AWARDS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

RBF Consulting in cooperation with six of the firm's public agency clients, were honored with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Orange County Branch Transportation and Environmental Engineering Project of the Year awards and Orange County Engineering Council (OCEC) Engineering Project Achievement Awards for work in Southern California. The awards were presented on February 19 and 22 during National Engineers Week. The awards recognize the work provided by multiple platforms within the company, such as transportation planning, transportation and environmental engineering, stream restoration, hydrology studies and other ancillary engineering services.  For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.

OCBC MEMBERS IN THE NEWS 

Merage School Moves Up on U.S. News' Rankings  

Hamilton plays in spring game for Angels  California company launches Spanish-language paper

ALHI adds Irvine Company Resort propertiesā€™ newest Southern California hotel to portfolio

Hot Stocks: SunPower Corporation (NASDAQ:SPWR), SolarCity Corp (NASDAQ:SCTY), FireEye Inc (NASDAQ:FEYE), MannKind Corporation (NASDAQ:MNKD) 
BNSF CEO says railroad will hire 5,000 workers in 2014
For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.

NEWS YOU CAN USE: BOOKS

iBooks: This app allows you to easily download and read your books. Browse your library on a beautiful bookshelf, tap a book to open it, flip through pages with a swipe or a tap, and bookmark or add notes to your favorite passages.  

Kindle: The Kindle app is optimized for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, giving users the ability to read Kindle books, newspapers, magazines, textbooks and PDFs on a beautiful, easy-to-use interface. You'll have access to over 1,000,000 books in the Kindle Store plus hundreds of newspapers and magazines.  

Audiobooks from Audible: Not enough time for all the books you want to enjoy? Download the app by Audible, an Amazon company, to listen to books on the go.

Free Books: Join millions who love Wattpad - the world's unlimited, ever growing library of free books and stories.

NOOK: Get the most incredible reading experience for your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch®. Access over 3 million books-including 1 million free titles-plus magazines, newspapers, comics, and more. Sample NOOK books free and try any newspaper or magazine free for 14 days.  

For more information, contact Delaine Moore, Communications Manager.  

POLITICAL CORNER  

Political events are for information purposes and are not necessarily endorsed by OCBC.      

Reception for Mayor Pro Tem Kris Murray for Anaheim City Council - Wednesday, April 2

Join Mayor Pro Tem Kris Murray to support her campaign for Anaheim City Council 2014. The reception will take place

Reception. The reception will take place 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at the Sheraton Park Hotel at the Anaheim Resort located at 1855 South Harbor Boulevard, Anaheim. To RSVP, contact Emily at 714-402-5759 or events@quimbygroup.com

COMMUNITY EVENTS    

Redesigning Leadership - March 26

Join the Arts Orange County, Fourth District PTA, Orange County Department of Education and Segerstrom  Center for the Arts for an evening with John Maeda, Chairman of  eBay Design Advisory Board, former President of the Rhode Island School of Design, and author of the best-selling book Redesigning Leadership. Maeda will be speaking from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall March 26, 2014. Tickets are $25 for a limited time. CLICK HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.

 

2014 Voice of Girls - Friday, May 9

Join the Girl Scouts of Orange County at the 2014 Voice for Girls forum to address the challenges facing girls and rally the community's support in encouraging the female leaders of tomorrow. The forum will take place on Friday, May 9th from 8-11 a.m. at the Pacific Club located at 4110 Mac Arthur Blvd, Newport Beach. CLICK HERE to register.

 

14th Annual "A Gathering of Friends:" A Night on Broadway - Saturday, May 10

Join the Alzheimer's Family Services Center for 14th Annual "A Gathering of Friends:" A Night on Broadway,  from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, May 10, 2014 at the Waterfront Beach Resort in Huntington Beach. The center will honor Gerald D. Weinstein, M.D., the 2014 Participant Honoree and beneficiary of the center's day services, William R. Shankle, M.D. and Junko Hara, Ph.D., the Distinguished Friends and longtime supporters of the agency. CLICK HERE to download the Gathering of Friends Information & Sponsorship Packet. CLICK HERE for more event details. 

 

Summer Food & Wine Event - Thursday, May 15 

Join Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County for South Coast Plaza's Summer Food and Wine Event at Charlie Palmer at Bloomingdale's at South Coast Plaza.  This exciting evening showcases award-winning wines and gourmet cuisine, a silent auction and more, all in the name of hunger relief. Charlie Palmer will offer a 10 percent discount on selected wines by the case to guests, and donate 10 percent of total retail sales to Second Harvest Food Bank. CLICK HERE for more information and to purchase tickets.  

 

Saints Golf Classic - Monday, May 19

Join Crean Lutheran High School for the Saints Golf Classic at 10 a.m. Monday, May 19, 2014 at Tustin Ranch Golf Club. Proceeds from the event go directly toward Crean Lutheran High School's Tuition Assistance Program and the Campus Master Plan. The goal is to raise $35,000. CLICK HERE for the event flier.

UPCOMING OCBC COMMITTEE MEETINGS: APRIL
Workforce Housing Committee Meeting
Monday, March 31, 2014 I 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Advocacy and Government Affairs Meeting
Friday, April 4, 2014 I 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Infrastructure Meeting
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 I 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Latino Educational Attainment Committee Meeting
Thursday, April 10, 2014 I 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Workforce Development Committee Meeting
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 I 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Community College Working Group Meeting
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 I 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
 
Healthcare Taskforce Meeting
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 I 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.
 
Economic Development Meeting
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 I 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
 
Committee meetings are open to OCBC members and invited guests only. All committee meetings are held at the OCBC offices unless otherwise specified. For more information on upcoming committee meetings for 2014 check out OCBC's Committees. For more information, contact Larry Brose, Vice President, Investor Relations and Business Development. 
IN THIS ECONOMY, YOU NEED ALL THE HELP YOU CAN GET!

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FOR OCBC MEMBERS. One of the many benefits of being a part of the Orange County Business Council is the ability to leverage our member relationships to improve your business. Take advantage of our new offers:    

NEW! SUPPORT PACIFIC CHORALE AND ENJOY SHOWS AND SOIREES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

Vivace is a new social-oriented support group of the Pacific Chorale, creating opportunities for music lovers to engage by attending concerts and interacting socially with the Pacific Chorale family. Vivace membership includes concert tickets, special soirees, and discounts and other offers at restaurants and hotels. For more information contact Liana Schwind at 714.662.2345 or liana@pacificchorale.org

 

PACIFIC SYMPHONY GROUP DISCOUNTS

Gather a group for live music and a great evening out with Pacific Symphony at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater this summer. From the music of Neil Diamond to Beethoven to the soundtrack of your favorite Pixar Movies; there's something for everyone this summer. These concerts are perfect for staff events, clients, partner organizations, groups of friends, and family. Groups of 10 or more save 20% or special seating in 3rd tier Upper Terrace at just $20 for groups only. Visit PacificSymphony.org for complete schedule, seating charts and concert information. Group discounts are available only through Group Sales at (714) 876-2384 or by email to Groups@PacificSymphony.org.

 

SAVE MONEY AND ELECTRICITY BY GOING SOLAR WITH SUNPOWER 

Have you considered solar for your home?  The world's leading solar manufacturer, SunPower Corporation, has joined OCBC and is offering OCBC investors (and their employees) a special discount on solar for your home.  Beyond a generous discount for us all, SunPower is also making a donation to STEM Education in Orange County for each residential system purchased through this program.  This is a great way to save costs on electricity and to support the local community at the same time. CLICK HERE to sign up for a free solar home evaluation and for more information on this special offer. 

 

SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FROM TOSHIBA  

OCBC members receive special discounts on Toshiba LCD televisions, laptop computers and accessories. CLICK HERE for the discount website or call 1-800-405-3704 and reference PROGRAM ID: PAOB.

 

DISCOUNTED SHIPPING RATES
Through the UPS Discount Program, OCBC members can save up to 28% on international, air and ground shipping. Whether you need a shipment to arrive the same day, the next day or in a few days, UPS will get your package there on time - guaranteed. Visit http://savewithups.com/ocbc/ or call 714.502.2577.
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