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|Connectory.com||Connectory.com is a project of the East County EDC, a 501(c)6 non-profit. It is a searchable database of companies at every level of the supply value chain — Manufacturing; Technology/R&D; Technical Services; Industrial Suppliers; Construction and the Trades; and Raw Materials (Agribusiness and Mining/ Quarrying). Companies can be profiled and use the Connectory at no-cost.|
|America’s VOICe||America’s Voice is a new e-marketplace developed exclusively for America’s top industrial buyers, suppliers, and service providers, using advanced internet search and networking technology to connect members with industry resources and opportunities. Department of Defense (DoD) RFPs are automatically matched to manufacturers that are a part of America’s VOICe. The DOD buyer’s requirements are matched to the seller’s capabilities. Each qualified opportunity is delivered to a manufacturer’s inbox.|
|San Diego PTAC||The mission of San Diego PTAC is to assist San Diego small businesses in how to do business with federal, state and local government agencies. This assistance is provided at no-cost to the small business owner.|
|Cuyamaca Community Environmental Training Center||CCETC provides affordable and quality training in environmental compliance and management, occupational health and safety, homeland security/emergency response, and green technologies.|
|East County Career Center||The mission of the East County Career Center (ECCC) is to serve the community by providing individuals the guidance and resources necessary to achieve employment success and to deliver quality workforce services to employers. The ECCC is part of the Grossmont Union High School District, under the direction of the Adult Education Department. it is the first career center created in San Diego County to provide a one-stop shop environment for career planning and job search assistance.|
|SCORE||SCORE also offers free one-on-one business counseling. SCORE volunteers are active and retired business men and women who offer you their experience as business owners and corporate executives.|
For more information or questions, contact the East County Economic Development Council at (619) 258-3670 or email David Espley at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are happy to discuss your options further or to customize our assistance either on the phone or in-person.