Today California is the world’s fifth largest economy, with Los Angeles leading the way in many of the leading industries in the United States. We also face serious challenges that threaten our businesses, our workforce, and the health and well-being of many communities.
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.
News from the LABC
California’s epic heat wave is over. Here’s what we learned BY SAMMY ROTH STAFF WRITER, LOS ANGELES TIMES SEPT. 15, 2022 6 AM PT This is the Sept. 15, 2022, edition of Boiling Point, a weekly newsletter about climate change and the environment in California...
MAYOR GARCETTI AND LABC LAUNCH RAMP, AN INITIATIVE TO PROVIDE EQUITABLE ACCESS TO PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Repost of Press Release from LA Mayor Eric Garcetti
The Los Angeles Business Council’s 51st Architectural Awards highlights noteworthy LA projects and Frank Gehry as the inaugural LA Community Legacy Award recipient
On October 26, the Los Angeles Business Council (LABC) announced the winning projects for the 51st Architectural Awards.