A Visit from the Governor’s Office
March 7, 2015
We were recently excited to host and share Sprinkle Lab’s trajectory of growth and creativity with Kish Rajan who serves as Director of the Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.
In 2012, Governor Brown appointed Rajan as the GO-Biz director to lead the executive team. His directive from Governor Brown is to enhance California’s job creation effort by streamlining business regulations, promoting statewide economic development and fostering greater international trade opportunities.
Rajan has a passion for being a champion for California business and entrepreneurs. While here, we had the chance to discus the important role of AB 1839 which set aside $330 million a year for the next five years for film and television tax incentives, which more than tripled the amount of money California offers in subsidies annually. It’s a critical piece of legislation that keeps film studios creating incredible content, here in California.
It was great to share our own story of how Sprinkle Lab has grown over the last few years focusing on creating content we’re proud of for audiences, clients and ourselves; introducing a few of our awesome staff, and describing the awesome Bay Area vendors like Little Giant, DTC & the dozens of film-professionals that have made building a production company in California possible.
A huge thank you to Kish for making the journey to our studio and to the Governor’s Office for keeping film production an economic and cultural priority here in California.