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2014 Bay Area Council Poll: Pulse of the Region

Bay Area residents rank top issues, concerns for the region.

Promoting Early Childhood Development

Bay Area Council forges new national partnership, unveils exciting messaging campaign.

Annual Dinner & Business Hall of Fame

Join us on October 29 as we honor Scott Cook and George Halvorson at The Fairmont San Francisco. Presented by Kaiser Permanente.

Growing California Trade in China.

Governor Edmund G. Brown names Bay Area Council to reopen California trade offices in China.

  • Networking Reception with Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park Leaders: Oct. 23, 3:00pm - 5:00pm, Bay Area Council Headquarters, San Francisco
  • Bay Area STEM Education Summit: Advancing STEM Through Public-Private Partnerships: Oct. 23,9:30am - 12:30, Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland
  • 2014 Cybersecurity Awareness: What Every Small Business Needs to Know: Oct. 16, 8:30am - 11:30am, Intel Security, Santa Clara
  • Government Relations Committee Meeting: Oct. 13, 2:00pm - 3:30pm, Bay Area Council Headquarters, San Francisco
  • 2014 Annual Dinner & Business Hall of Fame Awards, October 29, 5:30-9 pm, Fairmont San Francisco

Blog

Cyber Security Awareness 2014 200

2014-10-20 08:10:45

Protecting Your BUSINESS from CYBER CRIME

Cyber crime can affect any business in any industry. Whether criminals target financial information, customer information, intellectual property or other forms of industrial espionage, no industry is immune. Against that backdrop, the Bay Area Council this week (Oct. 16) convened its third annual Cybersecurity Town Hall in partnership with the National Cyber Security Alliance.

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2014-10-10 02:10:24

NEW REPORT: TRI-VALLEY A RISING BAY AREA TECH/INNOVATION POWERHOUSE

The Tri-Valley is fast emerging as a new technology and innovation powerhouse for the Bay Area, according to a report released Thursday (Oct. 10) by the Bay Area Council Economic Institute that finds sustaining the economic activity between companies and labs in the Tri-Valley and those in the rest of the Bay Area will hinge to a large degree on improving and expanding its transportation network.