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2013-14 Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook
Wednesday, February 20, 2013 from 7:00 AM to 10:30 AM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
INNOVATION THRIVES IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY
The Future of Film, TV, Digital Media and More!
Innovation plays an important role in enhancing the economic competitiveness of the Southern California region. Join us at the LAEDC 2013-14 Economic Forecast & Industry Outlook and hear from people and organizations that continue to stretch the boundaries and have proven to be leaders in innovation.
Moderator - Frank Mottek - KNX-1070 NEWSRADIO
Dr. Robert A. Kleinhenz - Chief Economist, Kyser Center for Economic Research
Kimberly Ritter - Associate Economist, Kyser Center for Economic Research
David Wolf - Managing Director of Media & Entertainment Industry Group, Accenture
Dr. Karen Kerr - Senior Director for New Ventures & Alliances, USC Stevens Center for Innovation
Dr. Bruce Cook - Chair of Filmmaking - School of Media, Culture & Design, Woodbury University
...additional speakers to be added.
Visit www.LAEDC.org/event-page/februaryforecast for more information.
7 a.m. - 8 a.m. - Networking Breakfast with Exhibitors
8 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. - Program
$10 - Self Parking at Pershing Square
$20 - Valet Parking
Please contact Marilyn McPoland (213) 236-4812 for more information.
*No refunds will be issued after Friday, February 15, 2013.
About the LAEDC - The LAEDC, the region’s premier economic development leadership organization, is a private, non-profit organization established in 1981 under section 501(c)(3). Its mission is to attract, retain, and grow businesses and jobs for the regions of Los Angeles County. Since 1996, the LAEDC has helped to retain or attract nearly 180,000 annual jobs in Los Angeles County with an estimated labor income, including wages and benefits, of nearly $10.8 billion. Taken together with the supported indirect and induced economic activity, a total of more than 400,000 annual jobs with labor income of more than $21 billion were impacted, accounting for an estimated $850 million in property and sales tax revenues to the County of Los Angeles.
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