Doing Business With Local, State and Federal Agencies
On Tuesday, the Chamber's OneLA Regional Collaborative held its first Doing Business With event with local, state and federal agencies.
Diplomatic Members Hold Strategic Roundtable
Nearly 30 members of the Diplomatic & Commercial Officers Group participated in a private roundtable this week to establish program priorities for 2020 and discuss potential areas of collaboration.Read more.
Mentoring Students in South L.A. and Southeast L.A.
Last month, over the course of five days, the Chamber's Center for Education Excellence & Talent Development provided programming for nearly 250 students and engaged 66 professional volunteers as mock interviewers.Read more.
Bixel Exchange and TOMS Team Up for Giving Tuesday
On Tuesday, Bixel Exchange hosted their second annual Tech Community Day for Giving Tuesday with TOMS and West Los Angeles College (WLAC).Read more.
Chamber Joins JVS SoCal for Women's Conference
On Nov. 20, Chamber President & CEO Maria S. Salinas joined the JVS Women’s Leadership Network (WLN) for their annual women's conference.Read more.
CoreSite Realty Corporation, a data center corporation and customer of the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP), received a nearly $3 million rebate for energy efficiency upgrades at its LA2 facility in L.A. LADWP’s Custom Performance Programawarded the incentive to CoreSite for its extensive cooling system retrofit that has yielded more than 9.8 million kWh of energy savings annually. CoreSite’s efforts equate to avoiding approximately 3,400 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, or 700 vehicles from local roads, annually. Read more.Learn moreabout LADWP's commercial rebate programs.
The Recession That Wasn't, Dec. 10
Join us for our end-of-year Economic Briefing, and hear from Founding Partner of Beacon Economics, Dr. Christopher Thornberg. For a full year, various pundits and the media have been discussing the end of the current economic expansion. Yet, to date, the U.S. economy continues to steadily expand. Will 2020 finally prove the pessimists right? How does L.A. stand up to national trends?RSVP now.