Chamber members and L.A. City’s elected officials and policymakers joined Beacon Economics at L.A. City Hall to hear findings from the 2019 Los Angeles City Council Districts Economic Report.
Chamber President & CEO Maria S. Salinas moderated a panel at the Mobility 21 2019 Summit, themed "Beyond the Limits," at Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim. The summit focused on transportation priorities and improvements to mobility in the region.
Chamber President & CEO Maria S. Salinas spoke on a panel at UCLA Anderson Forecast's 2019 economic outlook conference, "The Tech Wave: An Endless Summer in Los Angeles?"
Principal City Planner Craig Weber joined the Chamber's Land Use, Construction & Housing Council to share updates from the City of Los Angeles Department of City Planning, including the new DTLA 2040 community plan.
The Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan from the Republic of Armenia on his inaugural visit to Los Angeles.
On Sept. 19, the Chamber's Los Angeles Sustainability Executives Roundtable (LASER) hosted a quarterly roundtable at The Resort at Playa Vista focused on the intersection of clean energy and real estate development.
The Chamber co-sponsored a reception on Sept. 18 with Sen. Lena Gonzalez and Education & Workforce Development Council Chair, Tamika Lang, to share why investing in early childhood benefits working parents, employers and the economy.
On Wednesday, the Chamber held a press event and reception to formally announce the launch of its new procurement initiative, OneLA Regional Collaborative. Photo Credit: Chris Nelson
The Government & Fiscal Affairs Council and Education & Workforce Development Council held a joint meeting discussing Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed expansion of the state’s current paid family leave laws.
The Chamber’s World Trade Week (WTW) Southern California committee kicked off its plenary meetings last week under the leadership of 2020 Committee Chair Cindy Allen, vice president, regulatory affairs and compliance, FedEx Logistics.
The new Diversity, Equity & Inclusion/Human Resources Council held a successful first meeting on Wednesday with more than 80 attendees.
The Chamber hosted Jesús Seade, underscretary for North America for the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for an exclusive briefing on the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and the current relationship between Mexico-California and the Mexico-Los Angeles region.