In Eastvale, we are continuing to grow our services industry to maintain supply and demand for our residents. The services sector produces intangible goods, and is the largest segment of Eastvale’s economy — it is especially important as we grow our city.

“We knew we wanted to be here, but since arriving it’s been better than we could have imagined.” – Paul Castaneda, Manager, Eastvale Athletics

Services Could Include
But Are Not Limited to:

  • Mechanics
  • Car washes
  • Nail shops
  • Hair salons
  • Medical practices
  • Banking
  • Communications
  • Wholesale and retail trade
  • Professional services such as engineering, computer software development, medicine, marketing, etc.
  • Nonprofit activity
  • Arts, entertainment, recreation
  • All consumer services
  • All government services

The services sector has seen massive changes, many being attributed to outsourcing, automation, and digital-based business that have altered the traditional business models. 

Companies are also recognizing how professional services such as consultancy, training, or marketing can help them improve their business performance. That’s good news for small businesses that provide these types of services.

Human Capital is Growing Eastvale’s Economy

The human capital that people bring to the workplace – including skills, knowledge, and ideas – can drive innovation, productivity improvements, and economic growth. Because workers can move from place to place, Eastvale strives to improve our city’s livability, and quality of life to keep the talent we have and draw in new talent. As the mix of skills and occupations becomes increasingly important to the economic well-being of our region, quality-of-life factors increasingly influence economic development.

Eastvale is Your Competitive Advantage

There are many reasons why starting your service business in Eastvale will benefit your upstart, upkeep, and prosperity:

There are many reasons why starting your service business in Eastvale will benefit your upstart, upkeep, and prosperity:

Community Relationships

Establishing a business in a smaller city means you get to become a part of our great community. The better the connections you can make with customers, the more successful your business will be. We know our neighbors. We attend each other’s get-togethers. We sit next to each other at basketball games. That creates a real sense of what matters to our community. That camaraderie extends to the other small businesses in the area too, making for a strong support network.

A Slower Pace Doesn’t Equate To Less Revenue

While some people crave the energetic pace of a big city, living in a quieter community has its perks, especially in terms of work-life balance. Eastvale provides a good home for companies because owners prefer our small-city environment as a place to live and work. Other benefits include easy access to the marketplace, transportation, and suppliers.

Reliable Workforce

With job opportunities more abundant in bigger cities, the turnover rate tends to be higher than in a small city. The talent in our small city is eager to pursue new job opportunities for long-term growth.

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