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LAEDC welcomes Lilly Rocha and Gene Hale to our Executive Committee
Lilly Rocha, Executive Director of The Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce (LALCC) and Gene Hale, Chairman of the Greater LA African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) have been elected to LAEDC's Executive Committee.
SUPPORT: Assembly Bill AB 326, Electric Vehicle Manufacturers
AB 326 helps Californians afford EVs and supports well-paying jobs for Californians. July 27, 2020 Assembly Member Al Muratsuchi State Capitol P.O. Box 942849 Room 2179 Sacramento, CA 94249-0066 RE:...
Recap: Future Forum, the Future of Sports in Los Angeles, and impact on jobs, equity
Speakers from LA Rams, PwC, SoFi Stadium, LA Sports Council, LA84 Foundation and other participants discussed the multibillion dollar economic contribution to LA's economy that sports teams and sports venues represent, as well as issues such as the role…
SFV Business Journal recognizes LAEDC past and present leadership
CEO Bill Allen, past chairs Dianne Harrison, Bob Hertzberg, David Fleming recognized as “Icons of Influence” in the San Fernando Valley Business Journal, a new category that has been created...
LA's ocean economy explored in two Altasea webinars
LAEDC’s Bill Allen was one of several panelists in a pair of recent webinars, discussing the potential for LA County to create more innovation businesses and jobs in the “blue” or ocean economy. Following up on the recent…
#ShopSafeShopLocal program helps California small businesses gain online sales, capture local buyers
Many small businesses have suffered in the pandemic because they lack a good internet sales system, at a time when shoppers are using more in-home delivery. This State of California...
Steve Nissen / Chair’s Welcome Message 2020-21
I am humbled to be selected as the 2020-21 Chair of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation. My term begins in the midst of one of the greatest moments...
LAEDC Welcomes New Chair Steve Nissen and Names Stephen Cheung as COO
Rudy Medina, the President of U.S. Bank’s Southern California Market will serve as LAEDC’s Vice Chair, and Dr. Dianne Harrison, President of CSUN concludes her term as LAEDC Chair LOS...
Letter to LAEDC members from outgoing Chair, Dr. Dianne Harrison
As I step down as chair of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation for 2019–20, I would like to express my thanks for the privilege of serving in this...
Biocom’s 2020 Economic Impact Report highlights the growth of lifesciences industry in CA
LAEDC partner Biocom, an organization dedicated to assisting business growth and hiring in the region’s lifesciences/biosciences industry has published a new report on the increasing size of the industry in...
e4 Mobility Alliance: Women in Advanced TransportationAugust 13, 2020 10:00 am
Helping women-owned businesses become vendors for the LAX people mover and more projects, & building talent pipeline for women
LAEDC Economic Update webinarsOctober 01, 2020 12:00 am
LAEDC's Economic Impact of COVID webinars are moving to the Monday after every third Friday.
Workforce Development meetings at CCWOctober 01, 2020 8:00 am
Center for a Competitive Workforce convenes community colleges with industry in meetings to support program development and work based…
LAEDC is a public-benefit nonprofit that works with business, education and government to collectively advance opportunity and prosperity for all the residents of the greater Los Angeles region. We do this by fostering growth of well-paying jobs, and by preparing our residents for those opportunities.
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