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Global Initiatives Council

Date: February 20, 2013Time: 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Location:  Show map L.A. Area Chamber
350 S. Bixel St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Contact: Jasmin Sakai-GonzalezPhone: 213.580.7569Email: jgonzalez@lachamber.com
Strategies for Expanding California's Exports, Feb. 20
Join the Global Initiatives Council for the first session of the year and for a look at California's export market.
Strategies for Expanding California's Exports 

Wednesday, Feb. 20
9 - 11 a.m.




L.A. Area Chamber

350 S. Bixel St.
Los Angeles, CA 90017

 

Join the Global Initiatives Council for the first session of the year to hear from special guest Kevin Klowden, director of the California Center at the Milken Institute, as he discusses his research on "Strategies for Expanding California's Exports." Klowden will address California's export advantages, current challenges and recommendations regarding private-public partnerships to boost the Golden State's exports.   

We need your feedback! Kindly send us your thoughts on topics and speakers that you would like to see as part of the series this year to jgonzalez@lachamber.com by Friday, Feb. 8
The Global Initiatives Council works to create employment opportunities throughout Southern California by increasing exports, imports and foreign investment for companies of all sizes, and for the communities in which they conduct business.

Special guest:

Kevin Klowden
Director, California Center
Milken Institute


This special extended meeting will also include a welcome to incoming council Chair Francisco Uribe, director of state, local and international government relations at The Home Depot and a Global Policy Outlook by Council Co-Chair Brian Peck, Adjunct Professor at University of Southern California


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For more information, contact Jasmin Sakai-Gonzalez, 213.580.7569.