Propel L.A., LAEDC, and our partners are conducting research, developing programs, and generating results to create more equity across the spectrum for LA County residents. Read about what’s happening here.
News You Can Use
Here’s relevant news you can use.
By Marianne Haver-Hill, Propel L.A. Executive Director America is by all accounts a dynamo of innovation. The factors that make America great include our entrepreneurs,.. Read More →
Lead Partners will play critical role in execution of the Countywide Strategic Plan LOS ANGELES, CA – (November 21, 2017) Following through on the work.. Read More →
The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) recognized the City of Downey as the Most Business Friendly City with a population greater than 68,000 and the City.. Read More →
Dave Flaks, LAEDC President and COO, was featured as Guest Commentary in the Daily Breeze on the affects of inefficient use of jobs-producing land. .. Read More →
Tuskegee Airmen Offer Scholarships to Students Throughout LA County, and Honor the Work of LAEDC CEO, Bill Allen The Tuskegee Airmen Scholarship Foundation hosts an.. Read More →
A first-of-its-kind report released this week revealed that while the 28 community colleges in the greater Los Angeles / Orange County Basin (“LA Basin”) are.. Read More →
With 319 residents, the City of Industry has created an economic impact of over 200,000 direct and indirect jobs in LA County. An economic impact.. Read More →
As Biocom continues to expand its life science industry advocacy and support in LA County, it has tapped LAEDC CEO, Bill Allen, along with 10 other leaders.. Read More →
Biotech companies across Los Angeles County are unlocking new solutions for a host of as-yet-untreatable ailments, from sickle-cell anemia and rheumatoid arthritis to all varieties.. Read More →
California State University, Los Angeles recently hosted some of the region’s leading bioscience research institutions during a day-long event focusing on emerging technology investment opportunities... Read More →