Chamber members heard from Mark Goldston, Chairman, President and CEO of United Online, Inc., who took his company from zero to $1 billion in annual sales.
Macy's Inc. Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer Terry J. Lundgren discusses daring to be different at the Chamber's Power Hour event.
Members heard from social media experts at a panel discussion, Social Media: Biz Tool or Trend? at the Business After Hours Mixer at the Los Angeles Public Library
More than $25,000 was raised for the City of Los Angeles' Summer Night Lights gang reduction program was raised at the Hot Summer’s Night Benefit Reception at the GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE.
Chamber members received an economic forecast detailing what's ahead for Los Angeles in the economic recovery at a forecast presented in partnership with the Southern California Leadership Network, Beacon Economics and the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University. (Photos by John Lewis)
James G. Ellis, dean of the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, kicked off the 2009 Power Hour Series, presented by Occidental Petroleum Corp. Chamber President & CEO Gary Toebben, Ellis, Chamber Board Chair Fran Inman, Majestic Realty Co., and Richard Kline, VP of Communications & Public Affairs, Occidental Petroleum Corporation.
The Chamber, in partnership with the Armenian American Chamber of Commerce, hosted a Business After Hours Mixer at The Mike Curb Free Enterprise Center for Finance Park at Junior Achievement of Southern California.
The Chamber hosted a discussion for small business owners on outlasting the recession. Industry experts discussed how innovation, creativity and inspiration can help stimulate business to survive and thrive in today's economy. Panelists included Julie Shoenfeld, CEO of Perfect Market; Steve Glenn, founder and CEO of LivingHomes, LLC; and Bryan Moeller, Director of Small Business Banking – Los Angeles Metro Community Bank, Wells Fargo & Co.
The New Member Reception provides an opportunity for new members to connect with fellow business colleagues and the Chamber staff.
Chamber small business owners were told to prioritize risks and follow the money to grow their businesses at a roundtable Dec. 10 to discuss their initiatives for the New Year.
Chamber Circle Level members met Chamber President & CEO Gary Toebben for lunch to meet fellow Chamber members and learn more about the Chamber.
Circle level members joined President & CEO Gary Toebben for an exclusive opportunity to learn how the Chamber delivers value for their businesses
and how to join in the Chamber's efforts to ensure a healthy business climate for the L.A. region.