2024 Annual Dinner “Invest In OC” Honorees

Whether through expansion, relocation, consolidation or a new business,
these leading companies have chosen to invest in Orange County.

Chipotle Mexican Grill

The first national restaurant brand to commit to using only responsibly raised meat with some of the highest animal welfare standards, Chipotle Mexican Grill is a culinary leader. Headquartered in Newport Beach, California, the restaurant brand employs about 2,100 workers in Orange County across restaurants and its support center office. Also committed to making food accessible to all, the company has contributed $5 million to nonprofits through its Chipotle Cultivate Foundation.

The Coca-Cola Company

The Coca-Cola system contributes $6.4 billion to California’s gross domestic product. Purchasing $3.3 billion worth of goods and services annually, the system supports 75,800 jobs, directly or indirectly. In 2022, the company relocated its West Coast office to Irvine for its proximity to key regional markets and customers, offering an efficient workspace for its 100 associates. The Coca-Cola system supports a number of Orange County non-profits and also works toward sustainability goals with its World Without Waste mission.

TS Conductor

Delivering electricity through the power grid has been a staple for lighting our classrooms and boardrooms, and other resources, for years. As the energy landscape evolves, a manufacturer in Huntington Beach, California is helping to deliver electricity in a better way, TS Conductor. In just a couple of years, TS Conductor has grown its workforce from 3 to 70 employees, provided jobs, and developed award-winning technology.


Located on approximately 500 acres in Anaheim, the Disneyland Resort features two theme parks – Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Park – plus Downtown Disney District offering unique dining, entertainment and shopping experiences. As Orange County’s largest employer with 35,000 cast members, Disneyland Resort generates $8.5 billion annually for the Southern California economy.