Start. Grow. Thrive.
From our rich history of founders to a welcoming community where businesses can launch their enterprise and scale into global markets—San Bernardino County is uniquely positioned with the resources for entrepreneurs to start, grow, and thrive.
Lean on us to help you with:
- Site Selection Assistance
- Business Plan Development
- Permitting Assistance
- Workforce Assistance
- Demographic and Market Reports
ALL THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS
The region has greater startup density than San Jose, San Francisco, or Boston
Home to entrepreneurs such as:
Start, Grow, Thrive
State of the County brings together more than 1,000 business, government and community leaders to experience more on what makes San Bernardino County a leading choice for business investment and job creation.
The Economic Development Department is working to provide businesses with up-to-date information. We are here is to connect you with the local, state and federal resources.Learn More
The manufacturing sector is going strong in San Bernardino County. Learn how we help manufacturers get started and grow.Learn More
An opportunity zone is an economically-distressed community where new investments, under certain conditions, may be eligible for preferential tax treatment. Opportunity zones are designed to spur economic development by providing tax benefits to investors.Learn More
The retail market in San Bernardino County is rapidly expanding. Through site selection and more, we help retail businesses thrive.Learn More
Our county has been the backdrop for countless movie, TV, and video productions. Get the details on bringing your production here.Learn More
San Bernardino County is an inviting destination; a vast outdoor playground amid the bustling excitement of Southern California.
We are dedicated to business growth and recognize that one important approach to enhancing current growth is through improving international trade.Learn More
The San Bernardino County Microbusiness COVID Relief Grant is designed to assist small businesses that have experienced economic barriers due to the affects of the global pandemic, COVID - 19. The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors approved $2,500 to be disbursed to qualified small businesses.