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 … Continued
Treasurer Fiona Ma shared wide ranging priorities including small business relief, film & television tax credits, affordable housing, diversity and equity, the work of closing the digital divide and more.
“Home Alone: Gaming Explosion During COVID” was the topic of the March 12th LAEDC Digital Media & Entertainment Council, where Michael Zhang, CEO of Firefly Games and a panel of experts discussed the fast growth and future of the gaming industry in the Greater Los Angeles region
E4 explored emerging companies, workforce opportunities and equity in non-vehicle EV companies which make electric cars more accessible: charging solutions companies, mobile-phone apps, last-mile EV transit solution businesses.
LAEDC contributed to the new California Forward (CAFWD) report, Regions Build Together, which provides a list of recommended actions to address the affordable housing crisis in California. The report has … Continued
LAEDC has released its 2021 Economic Forecast, which frames the economic toll of the pandemic in terms of impact to LA’s people, and provides an employment outlook by industry so that we can collaboratively develop effective recovery strategies.
February 1, 2021 The Honorable Wendy Carrillo Chair, Assembly Budget Sub-Committee #4 State Capitol, Room 6026 Sacramento, California 95814 RE: California Competes Tax Credit Funding – SUPPORT Dear Chair Carrillo: … Continued
LAist (KPCC) wrote about workers transitioning to well-paying careers by utilizing the community college system, citing the workers in essential industries report published by Center for a Competitive Workforce (CCW). … Continued
LAEDC’s January 2021 Board of Governors meeting featured newly-elected Supervisor Holly Mitchell, and attendees were able to engage with her, congratulate her on her new role overseeing LA County’s District … Continued