California Economic Summit

The Bay Area Council Economic Institute is a partner with the California Stewardship Network, California Forward and regional economic organizations throughout the state in sponsoring the California Economic Summit (www.caeconomy.org), an ongoing initiative for job and economic growth through state and regional action.

California Economic Summit – Capitol Day 2014

In 2014, the Summit hosted regional activities throughout the state leading up to Capitol Day in Sacramento on August 12 to further engage legislators and state policymakers in the shared agenda for prosperity.

Through statewide convening in 2014 and continuing work by Action Teams on priority challenges facing the state, the Summit produced a Roadmap to Shared Prosperity to guide its state and regional activity in 2015. The Roadmap can be read online at www.caeconomy.org/resources/entry/a-roadmap-to-shared-prosperity and is also available as a Direct PDF Download (10 pages, 4.6 MB).

2013 California Economic Summit

For two days, 450 civic and government leaders engaged in solutions to the most important issue of our time–What must we do for Californians to prosper, for California to thrive?

The summary report on the 2013 Summit gives a roundup of attendee commitments, the result of the best thinking from across the state about how to drive sustainable economic growth in California.

The 2013 California Economic Summit Report can be read online at www.caeconomy.org/resources/entry/2013-summit-report and is also available as a Direct PDF Download (42 pages, 2.1 MB).

2012 California Economic Summit

More that 500 leaders from throughout the state convened in Santa Clara on May 11, 2012 for the first-ever California Economic Summit.

The Action Plan developed by the Summit, which emerged from dialog and regional forums around the state, was published in July 2012 and spells out seven priority Signature Initiatives that provide a roadmap for restoring California jobs and competitiveness by addressing both immediate and long-term challenges.

The Summit Action Plan 2012 can be read online at www.caeconomy.org/pages/summit-action-plan-2012 and is also available as a Direct PDF Download (46 pages, 2.7 MB).