Innovation & Technology Council

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The Innovation & Technology Council identifies and engages with business clusters that have economic growth potential — including signature, emerging and innovative industry groups. The Council aims to promote policies that will strengthen these industries, elevate their global reach, drive job creation and regional economic prosperity.

>> Read the Innovation & Technology Council's 2018 priorities.


NEXT MEETING

Bridging the Digital Divide: Ensuring Digital Inclusivity for All

Tuesday, Oct. 16
10 - 11:30 a.m.  



High-speed, reliable internet is essential in today's fast-paced society, connecting us to each other and to the world. Access to the internet is needed for facilitating education, finding housing, accessing healthcare, applying for jobs, and more. Yet, there are still gaps within our community when it comes to equal access to affordable and fast broadband options.

Join us for a conversation on the digital divide, the current challenges and opportunities, and what can we do together to bridge this gap and ensure digital inclusivity for all. We'll be joined by Peter Manzo, President & CEO of United Ways of California and Susan Walters, Senior Vice President of California Emerging Technology Fund to discuss the work their organizations are engaged on to ensure all communities have access to the basic services needed to thrive in California.


TENTATIVE 2018 DATES

This council meets every other month, on the third Tuesday of the month, 10-11:30 a.m. at the L.A. Area Chamber.

DATE Feb. 20
April 17 July 24 Aug. 7 Oct. 16
LOCATION Chamber Chamber Chamber Chamber Chamber

*Council meetings are open to Chamber members only. 


2018 MEETING AGENDAS, PRESENTATIONS AND HANDOUTS

February  Artificial Intelligence: The Workforce of the Future?  Agenda
April Talking Smart Cities with L.A.'s Deputy Chief Innovation Officer Agenda, Presentation: Designing a Smart Los Angeles 
July Cryptocurrency and Blockchain 2.0 - How To Utilize New Technologies for Small Business Agenda
August  Exploring technology in the future of goods movement  Agenda

 

 

 

>> SEE THE ARCHIVE


 

For more information, contact Olivia Lee, 213.580.7531.