Site Selection in LA County Gets Easy
A new, comprehensive portal displays available commercial and industrial sites throughout the entire County of Los Angeles region. It has never been easier to identify properties for businesses seeking to...
The Economics of Driverless Trucks
Economist Steven Banks, Ph.D. looks at the coming wave of autonomous trucks and examines the technology and related workforce issues. As the freight capital of the U.S., the Greater Los...
Holiday Mixer Recognized Longstanding LAEDC Members
LAEDC Members enjoyed an evening of food and drinks under the stars in Downtown LA on Wednesday evening. Service awards were presented for those members whose unwavering support for LAEDC’s...
SoCal Aerospace Industry Adding Jobs, According to LAEDC
Approximately 5,000 new, direct payroll jobs added in past two years in Southern California LOS ANGELES, CA – (December 4, 2017) Regional productive advantages continue to drive aerospace job growth...
Propel LA: Congressional Tax Plan Hurts Homegrown Talent
An article penned by Marianne Haver Hill, executive director of Propel L.A. explains the negative impact on education, if Congressional tax plan provisions move forward without important revisions. Read the...
Support Our Work on #GivingTuesday
If you ever wondered if a job can save a life, just ask John Harriel. John went from prison to project foreman in six short years. Today, John also focuses...
Propel L.A. Continues Forward and Enlists Support of 18 Lead Partners
Lead Partners will play critical role in execution of the Countywide Strategic Plan LOS ANGELES, CA – (November 21, 2017) Following through on the work of implementing the strategies of...
LAEDC Staff Donates to LA Mission this Thanksgiving
LAEDC staff donates 1200 meals to LA Mission for the Thanksgiving holiday in honor of our members and supporters.
This one chart sums up what’s happening to America’s ‘good’ jobs
Digital skills becoming increasingly essential for well-paying “middle skill” jobs, as highlighted by Brookings Institution and this article in Marketwatch. This one chart sums up what’s happening to America’s ‘good’...
LAEDC Saves 70 Jobs in Paramount
LAEDC Success Story CFR Rinkens in Paramount CFR Rinkens provides global door-to-door shipping solutions for any cargo. They are known for their expertise in classic car and new vehicle transportation,...
Southern California Aerospace Council (SCAC) General MeetingJanuary 10, 2018 6:00 pm
Join us for SCAC’s quarterly general meeting and network with leaders from industry and government. Boeing, who is the…
Future Forum - The Future of Smart CitiesJanuary 23, 2018 7:30 am
LAEDC's Future Forums provide a deep dive into local emerging industries to understand innovations, workforce development, and industry demands…
Partner EventsJanuary 28, 2018 12:00 am
Our partner organizations host an array of events throughout the year. When these events align with our mission to…
LAEDC Economic ForecastFebruary 21, 2018 7:00 am
Please save the date of February 21, 2018, and join LAEDC for our annual Economic Forecast in Downtown Los…
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Voices from our Region
Thought leaders share insights and ideas
LA Metro adopting an entirely zero-emission fleet demonstrates that it is possible for leaders to support the local economy and job creation while still prioritizing public health and clean air. It’s a win-win.Stella Li, President of BYD Motors
Every job created, every local business that prospers is a vaccination against harmful economic, environmental, and social determinants of health — and provides nutrients that strengthen individual and community total health.Jodie Lesh, Senior VP, Kaiser Permanente
...Among the world’s 30 leading cities, L.A. ranks ranking #4 in the demographics and livability indicator, #1 in city brand, #5 in senior well-being, #6 in relocation attractiveness, #7 in entertainment and attractions, and #9 in the “Youthful Cities” Index.Mitra M. Best, PwC