Riverside, California's 12th largest city with nearly 330,000 people, is home to a wide array of businesses both large and small. It's location in the Inland Empire, plus its status as the county seat of Riverside County, gives the city a number of advantages as a viable location for businesses expanding facilities, relocating, and starting new businesses. Or, as the city officially puts it "Our strategic location, strong partnerships and values of creativity and innovation set us apart as an ideal place to do business."
As a professional employment agency sourcing talent to both established and new Riverside businesses, we can affirm that the business environment in Riverside is on a roll. We specialize in recruiter services for a variety of employment categories ranging from administrative to manufacturing and our business has never been better. If you are considering expanding to the Inland Empire or initiating a new enterprise in Riverside, we think there are plenty of reasons that you should.
They say you are known by the company you keep, and if you locate in Riverside, CA you'll be keeping company with names like Bourns, Inc., Kaiser Permanente, The Press Enterprise, K&N Engineering, and SpeakerCraft. Not a bad crowd, and all have selected Riverside as their Inland Empire presence.
The local government is a city council/mayor organization and to a person, they are all committed to economic development designed to streamline and enhance the business environment of exiting Riverside enterprises and encouragement of new businesses relocating to the city.
They have some stats to back up their commitment. Riverside is located in the fastest-growing economic region in the State. It is an an award-winning City ranked number one among all Inland Empire cities in virtually every economic indicator. It has more jobs, more licensed businesses, the largest amount of office, industrial, and retail space, and has the highest assessed valuation of commercial space.
Part of the attraction of Riverside is the available workforce. That's Invero Staffing's lifeblood of course, and we can report that our network of Riverside talent is both extensive and diverse. Our recruiters have access to exceptionally skilled talent in a variety of career paths and just as important, they are flexible and available for temporary assignments as well as direct hires.
The city's Economic Development Council has put together a number of tools to assist prospective businesses in their evaluation of Riverside's opportunities as well as to provide existing organizations with useful information when considering expansion. The Council offers a directory of strategic partners that can provide business development and financing assistance and the latest data on relevant demographic information updated monthly. In addition, the Riverside Zoning Portal, will assist you finding the right location for your business and CalGold helps you determine and find the permits and licenses required to start your business.
Bring your business to Riverside, it's easy. And when you get here, bring your staffing needs to Riverside's go to staffing company, Invero Staffing.