Why Ventura County is the Best Place to Work
As one of the 58 counties in the State of California, Ventura County is truly a wonderful place to work for start-ups, medium and large-sized businesses alike.
Here are a few factors that make Ventura County one of the best places to work:
The mild Mediterranean climate makes Ventura County attractive to more than 850,000 residents that are as unique personally as they are culturally and ethnically. The unincorporated areas and the incorporated areas such as Camarillo, Oxnard and Thousand Oaks rank Ventura as the 11th most populous county in the State.
Strong Economic Base
Ventura County has a strong economic base, being home to a variety of different industries, including biotechnology, health care, education, agriculture, advanced tech, oil production, military testing and tourism. The area is bursting full of innovative businesses with an engaged and focused workforce and workspaces to suit each unique company.
Renowned Universities and Colleges
Two four-year universities are located in Ventura County – California State University Channel Islands and California Lutheran University. In addition, the region supports a small private college, three community colleges (located inOxnard, Ventura and Moorpark) and institutes and adult schools. With such a wide range of high-caliber courses, businesses can feel confident knowing that they will find the right candidate to fill their positions.
Abundance of Resources
The weather, facilities and potential workforce make Ventura County a wonderful place to work. What’s more, it is full to the brim with potential. The county makes economic development a priority by providing local businesses with the resources they need to thrive, including a diverse economic base, highly skilled workers and access to major markets.
Supporter of Sustainable Development
Within the county, the City of Ventura was one of the first cities to sponsor a business incubator, which helped develop many successful companies. The Sustainable Development Solutions Network recognized Oxnard, Thousand Oaks and Ventura as the eighth-most popular area in the United States for creating sustainable development (a collective pursuit of environmental, social, and economic development). Ventura County continues to maintain a stable approach to growth while achieving balanced urban development.
Multiple Networking Channels
Ventura County offers multiple networking possibilities for business owners by connecting them to the right partners, investors, employees, customers and other local financial resources. Overall, starting a business and working in Ventura County is ideal because of a dynamic start-up community and conducive entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Want to learn more about Ventura County and the opportunities for growth here? Business Forward Ventura County is a countywide initiative and business resource hub committed to delivering the resources and services needed for local businesses to thrive. Contact us today!
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