LAEDC drives action in support of a reimagined Los Angeles regional economy
that is growing, equitable, sustainable and resilient,
and provides a healthy and high standard of living for all.
LAEDC strongly supports Governor Newsom's budget proposal for Broadband
“LAEDC applauds Governor Newsom’s proposed $7 billion investment over three years to expand broadband infrastructure, increase affordability, and enhance access to broadband for All Californians. Eliminating the digital divide is...
LAEDC urges residents who can't afford internet to apply for the federal Emergency Broadband Benefit
Federal benefit will dovetail with regional Digital Equity Action League (LA DEAL) effort to eliminate the digital divide for good
Businesses involved in recycling should setup operations in LA County's RMDZ
LA County's RMDZ incentives make locating in LA County a great proposition for businesses that use recycled materials in their products.
LAEDC's work with CCW is delivering transformative change for LA's community college system & students
LAEDC is connecting community colleges with industry to inspire new programs, faculty professional development, work-based learning and jobs and local talent pipelines
Well-paying careers are accessible: KPCC taps panelist Jessica Ku Kim of LAEDC to help job seekers
Gain advice on starting a new career to take advantage of in-demand occupations that pay well in Los Angeles County, via this panel of experts, recorded April 28.
US Space Force is creating business opportunities: SoCal Aerospace Council recap
The tech needs of Space Force are creating opportunities for non-aerospace companies as well as startups of many types; engagement tools are increasing
WTCLA report: UK companies in California support 111,430 jobs paying $9.4m to California workers
World Trade Center Los Angeles (WTCLA) has published a new report, United Kingdom Foreign Direct Investment in California, which finds that UK companies that have invested in establishments and operations...
WorkingNation's Art Bilger warns structural unemployment increasing due to automation
LAEDC board member Art Bilger says jobs are disappearing due to the unprecedented pace of automation, and investment is needed in workforce reskilling
88 Cities Summit provided solutions to digital equity, workforce and business recovery
LAEDC’s 88 Cities Summit provided cities with actionable strategies and examples of how economic development challenges are being solved.
Careers requiring no degrees featured by Working Nation, part of focus on future of work
Working Nation continues to highlight the changing nature of work as our economy transitions to a more automation and AI, trends eliminating many job tasks.
LAEDC hosting meetings on Broadband for All, via LA Digital Equity Action LeagueJune 01, 2021 12:00 am
Meetings on May 17th, May 26th and June 1st on various issues and opportunities to eliminate the digital divide…
WTCLA report launch: Foreign Direct Investment in California 2021June 02, 2021 10:00 am
Join our World Trade Center Los Angeles team as we release the new report on FDI in California and…
The Future of Aerospace: 5G and the New Age Space RaceJune 17, 2021 11:00 am
At this Future Forum, we’ll analyze the strategies being implemented by leaders in aerospace and how they’re accelerating growth,…
Workforce Development meetings at CCWAugust 01, 2021 8:00 am
Center for a Competitive Workforce convenes community colleges with industry in meetings to support program development and work based…