In Los Angeles…
L.A.’s thriving economy is one of the strongest in the world
Nearly all companies in L.A. County are small businesses with fewer than 50 employees
More than half of all firms in L.A. County are minority-owned businesses
Coming Soon: The LABC Institute will launch a new database in partnership with USC Center for Economic Development
To support the City of LA’s Regional Alliance Marketplace for Procurement (RAMP), LABCi is sponsoring Compete4LA, a small business database to help onboard local underserved small businesses to the new City procurement platform.
USC’s Equity Resource Institute (ERI) and USC’s Center for Economic Development will work in partnership with LABCi in the creation, hosting, and ongoing maintenance of this online searchable database of local underserved small businesses for targeted outreach and prospecting.
The purpose of the LABCi/USC Applied Research Project is to connect small and diverse businesses to key intermediaries, providing small businesses procurement opportunities and intermediaries a verified, easily accessible and mappable listing of local underserved small businesses in eight key industry sectors across LA County. These sectors are most needed to support major events in sports, entertainment and culture in the Los Angeles region.
Compete4la initiative HISTORY
News from the labc
MAYOR GARCETTI AND LABC LAUNCH RAMP, AN INITIATIVE TO PROVIDE EQUITABLE ACCESS TO PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Repost of Press Release from LA Mayor Eric Garcetti
NBC4’s Lolita Lopez Moderated All-Women Panel on Resources to Support Small Businesses in the Community
Lolita Lopez moderated an all-women panel at The Row in Downtown Los Angeles called “Road to Recovery: What’s in Store for Holiday Spending?”
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.