L.A. Business This Week
With so much disruption and turmoil surrounding COVID-19, the Chamber traveled to Washington, D.C. this week to advocate for policies that could bring relief to businesses and workers during this time.
Experts estimate that, after all the ballots are counted, California will experience a historical turnout like the rest of the nation.
The World Trade Week Southern California Committee, in partnership with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), hosted Southern California Congressional Legislative staff for an informational luncheon to showcase the huge impact of trade on the local economy.
On Tuesday, the Transportation & Goods Movement Council received an update from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's Christina Lotspike on transportation infrastructure, and from Mike Jones at the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) on the Goods Movement Element of the Connect SoCal Regional Transportation Plan/Sustainable Communities Strategy.
The World Trade Week (WTW) Education Committee, chaired by Amy Grat, CEO of EXP, presented a session featuring industry experts and community college sector navigators at the Educating for Careers Conference in Long Beach last month.
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