Weekly Round Up: May 4

Here is a summary of the news and events impacting Ontario, California local businesses and our business community: -- The Economic Development Team from the City of Ontario will be at the International Conference of Shopping Centers from May 17 to 20. Meeting slots are still open and, of course, we will have our booth. Businesses or developers interested in coming to Ontario are invited to stop by Booth C2228 or email [email protected] to schedule a meeting. -- Ontario, California based company Niagara Bottling expanded its water efficiency technology. Niagara Bottling is the largest private-label water bottling company in the world. Read more: https://twitter.com/ontarioeda/status/590905060508368897 -- We learned that Connemera Converting was among a list of 100 businesses selected as part of the State of California’s “California Competes Tax Credit Program.” Connemera, converter of paper, board and specialty products, will receive $150,000 in state funding. This will lead to the creation of an additional 43 jobs. -- The Inland Empire Economic Partnership and the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership in coordination with the Center for Supply Chain & Logistics at the Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management hosted a Logistics Summit. Missed out but still want the information? Visit: http://supplychainsummit2015.com/supplychain/ -- And don’t forget to root on the Ontario Reign on May 4 in its quest for another ECHL championship in Game 2 versus the Utah Grizzlies at Ontario’s very own Citizens Business Bank Arena. The Reign is up in the playoffs, 1-0. Want to keep constantly updated on what is happening in Ontario? Follow the Ontario Economic Development Agency on Twitter @OntarioEDA https://twitter.com/ontarioeda