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Sacramento Area Regional Technology Association (SARTA)
Offices: Sacramento, California
SARTA is accelerating the growth and development of the technology sector in the Sacramento region. They are the nexus that links technology leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, community organizations, and educational institutions. The Sacramento Area Regional Technology Association was founded in 2001, and focused on a nine-county region of Butte, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sacramento, Solano, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties.
Sacramento Metro Chamber
Offices: Sacramento, California
The Metro Chamber is the oldest, largest and most influential business organization in the area and is the only chamber of commerce with a regional scope. Today, it has 2,400 members serving the business and economic development needs of Sacramento, El Dorado, Placer, Sutter, Yolo and Yuba counties. The Metro Chamber's long-term vision is to act as a catalyst in transforming the Sacramento region into an international center for commerce, learning, culture and recreation.
Saint Louis Regional Chamber & Growth Association (RCGA)
Offices: St Louis, Missouri
The St Louis Regional Chamber and Growth Association has three primary roles: to serve as the regional chamber of commerce for over 4,000 member companies; to serve as the bi-state region’s lead economic development organization; and to investigate and support public policy initiatives that help the region thrive and grow. The St Louis RCGA represents the 16-county, bi-state region comprised of the City of St Louis, the Missouri counties of St Louis, St Charles, Lincoln, Warren, Franklin, Jefferson and Washington; and the Illinois counties of St Clair, Jersey, Madison, Clinton, Monroe, Bond, Macoupin and Calhoun.
Saint Paul Convention & Visitors Bureau
Offices: Saint Paul, Minnesota
Saint Paul, the capital city of Minnesota, is a city that has invested more than half a billion dollars in their convention and tourism facilities within the past six years. A premier Midwest meeting destination, they are located 8 miles from Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Saint Paul exudes old world charm but delivers everything you expect in a big city—modern attractions, grand shopping, abundant nightlife and quality hotels.

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Saint Petersburg Clearwater Area Convention & Visitors Bureau
Offices: Clearwater, Florida
Award-winning shores may have beckoned you to Florida's Beach, but you'll find it hard to resist exploring all that their area has to offer. Observe astounding art and discover their diverse heritage. Opt for theme park thrills or natural adventures within their pristine park system. Relax on the green—or on the water. Or, shop and dine amid boutiques and bistros, both fine and eclectic. Any pace... any taste... Florida's Beach awaits.
San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau
Offices: San Antonio, Texas
The San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau is a full service award winning bureau representing the hospitality community. San Antonio is the ideal destination for meetings, conventions and conferences, offering a wide array of facilities and services to accommodate meetings of any size. Let the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau help plan your San Antonio meetings with a directory of services, accommodations booking and convention center dates.
San Bruno Chamber of Commerce
Offices: San Bruno, California
The mission of the San Bruno Chamber of Commerce is to promote and enhance the economic growth and vitality of San Bruno businesses and the community. The San Bruno Chamber of Commerce produces a prestigious chamber directory on a semi-annual basis. The directory is distributed to businesses, residents, and visitors. The chamber receives calls daily and only chamber members are referred to businesses or individuals requesting suppliers and services.
San Carlos Chamber of Commerce
Offices: San Carlos, California
The San Carlos Chamber of Commerce is an association of businesses combining their efforts to ensure the economic vitality of the City. The chamber works continuously with the City of San Carlos to make sure that San Carlos is a quality place in which to live and do business. In addition to the activities carried on by its directors and committee members, the chamber is 'Information Central' for visitors, new residents, potential businesses and the community. The office provides a wealth of information on San Carlos and the area.

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San Diego Convention & Visitors Bureau
Offices: San Diego, California
San Diego, California's second largest city, where blue skies keep watch on 70 miles of beaches and a gentle Mediterranean climate begs for a day of everything and nothing. Bordered by Mexico, the Pacific Ocean, the Anza-Borrego Desert and the Laguna Mountains, San Diego county's 4,200 square miles offer immense options for business and pleasure. A San Diego vacation will teach you a new way of life—full of fun, relaxation and beauty.
San Diego North Chamber of Commerce
Offices: San Diego, California
The Chamber is a voice in the community. Members have an opportunity to impact the direction of business through participation in Chamber committees. The San Diego North Chamber of Commerce encompasses eleven communities: Rancho Bernardo, 4S Ranch, Rancho Peñasquitos, Carmel Mountain Ranch, North Poway, Scripps Ranch, Torrey Highlands, Sabre Springs, Miramar, Mira Mesa, Sorrento Mesa.
San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce
Offices: San Diego, California
The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing broad-based economic value for its members and the international region. The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing money saving discounts and other Value Added Benefits to its members. With more than 3,000 members, the Chamber of Commerce is actively involved in public policy and providing valuable resources to its members. The Chamber has been involved with public policy issues.
San Diego Software Industry Council (SDSIC)
Offices: San Diego, California
Formed in 1994, the San Diego Software Industry Council is building a future for the region’s high tech industry. Their members enjoy exceptional networking and educational opportunities, critical workforce development programs and valuable company benefits. The Council exists to foster and support the entrepreneurial spirit within the software and IT industry in San Diego, by providing an organized forum for the exchange of ideas, sharing of resources, and promotion of industry goals.
San Diego Venture Group (SDVG)
Offices: San Diego, California
SDVG is a non-profit business organization whose mission is to provide an informal atmosphere that fosters ideas on how to form, fund and build new ventures. With an estimated 425 members and an average monthly meeting attendance of 375 people, the SDVG is helping San Diego become a significant entrepreneurial and venture center.