Business & Workforce Development
Attracting and retaining businesses depends upon a 21st-century workforce. The Business & Workforce Development Committee supports this essential economic development strategy. Beginning June 15, the Business & Workforce Development Committee will meet in-person at the Chamber offices every even month on the third Tuesday from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
The Greater Irvine Chamber is taking proactive measures to protect the health and well-being of our members, volunteers, staff, and visitors. To help prevent the risk of Coronavirus occurrences in our community, the Chamber is requiring masks and social distancing for all in-person meetings.
August 17, 2021:
This month we review
- Irvine Business Survey Results
- Distinguished Educators Awards Update
- EVC Post-Pandemic Workforce Results
We look forward to having you join us. Your input is valuable to our work.
The Business & Workforce Development Committee's taskforces help manage or mitigate business challenges and issues; support business and workforce development; provide data, research, and information for business leaders; and encourage startup enterprises.
To learn how to become involved, contact Pepper Russell.
Business & Workforce Development Committee Taskforces
Business & Workforce Development Committee Co-Chairs
The Business and Workforce Development Committee works to educate, inform, retain, grow, and expand existing businesses in Irvine.