LAEDC celebrates the Green City status announced on June 24th, which means significant EV drayage truck infrastructure investment is coming
LA’s companies, technologies, and talent are leading the way as 5G gains global acceptance and opens many new capabilities related to Internet of Things (IoT) and expansion of consumer internet coverage.
The investment recognizes that moving swiftly to reduce GHGs is essential, positions CA to grow well-paying jobs, strengthens a future-forward competitive green industry, and provides health benefits for all.
The tech needs of Space Force are creating opportunities for non-aerospace companies as well as startups of many types; engagement tools are increasing
“You will see an explosion of research on mRNA, which has now been proven effective and gained approvals, and LA will get its share of this money and research work.”
LAEDC’s Institute for Applied Economics published a must-see summary of the top industries in Los Angeles County, providing wages, employment levels and data about the subsectors in major industries
“Home Alone: Gaming Explosion During COVID” was the topic of the March 12th LAEDC Digital Media & Entertainment Council, where Michael Zhang, CEO of Firefly Games and a panel of experts discussed the fast growth and future of the gaming industry in the Greater Los Angeles region
E4 explored emerging companies, workforce opportunities and equity in non-vehicle EV companies which make electric cars more accessible: charging solutions companies, mobile-phone apps, last-mile EV transit solution businesses.
Participants explored policy priorities and agreed that LA’s ZEV industry is ripe to accelerate even further because of the new federal administration and our governor and state budget, priorities and policies.
This quarterly meeting of LAEDC’s Digital Media & Entertainment Industry Council featured a keynote presentation by Larry Laboe, Co-founder and Executive Director, New Filmmakers Los Angeles.