LABC Initiative Seeks to Create Economic Opportunity for All
Proposed online platform will help connect small local businesses to big opportunities.
As California continues to seek solutions to the housing affordability and homelessness crises, the Los Angeles Business Council (LABC) applauds Governor Newsom and the state legislature for passing a package of housing measures in the state budget.
A Los Angeles City Council committee moved forward with a proposal to create a free online database that would link local businesses to major contracts, including ones related to the 2028 Olympics and other major events.
2019 Mayoral Housing Transportation and Jobs Summit
Friday, November 22 | 8:00 am - 2:30 pm | UCLA Luskin Conference Center
Join us for a discussion with three of California's most prominent mayors about the mounting affordable housing and congestion crisis and its effect on businesses and employment in the L.A. region.
Solving the region's
Advocating for a modern transportation network that connects communities.
Creating a renewable energy future that’s good for business.
Improving the access and opportunities available to all Angelenos.
Promoting our diverse business community to an international audience.
The LABC is led by a trailblazing leadership team with significant expertise and firsthand knowledge of the business and public affairs landscape at the local, state and federal levels. Mary Leslie has served as president since 2001, helping to drive LABC’s forward-thinking and progressive business vision. A dedicated board and staff work daily to deliver cutting edge programs and engage a growing membership of 500+ influential businesses across virtually every industry.