The map includes information on California's 58 counties, including a list of the fastest growing industries in each county as well as a link for additional county information.
The Innovation Hub (iHub) initiative encourages innovation and entrepreneurship by removing barriers to public-private collaboration and promoting investment around research clusters through State-designated iHubs.
The U.S. Small Business Administration protects small business interests and provides various resources to assist with starting or growing a business.
SCORE, a nonprofit association and resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration, offers free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs.
Financial Development Corporations provide loan capital and other financial services to existing and start-up small businesses.
The U.S. Small Business Administration's Small Business Development Centers provide management assistance to small business owners as well as offer a wide variety of small business resources.
Foreign-Trade Zones are designated sites at which special customs procedures may be used, including duty exemptions and deferrals.
The Certified Sites Program streamlines the site-selection process by providing an inventory of commercial and industrial "project ready" sites that are available for purchase or lease and have the support of local permitting authorities.
The map includes the 10 campuses of the University of California system and the 23 campuses of the California State University system.
The California Community Colleges system is the largest higher education system in the nation with 112 colleges.
California has a number of world-renowned private universities and colleges.
State-designated Enterprise Zones provide tax incentives and special assistance to businesses located within its boundaries.