If the Chamber would not have done it… Who would?
- Supported Habitat for Humanity seeking to build on Globe Ave for over a decade
- Supported three candidates to serve ALL of Culver City in the recent city council election
- Meet with West Los Angeles College discussion on our future needs
- Opposed AB 2586 – Eliminating the power of local government to create on street parking valet service
- Opposed SB878 – Unnecessary and restrictive regulation on employee’s work schedules
Upcoming Business Connections!
1000 Business Contacts Expected at Culver EXPO
On Wednesday, June 22, 2016 the Chamber will host its annual Culver EXPO. The event to be held at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City 90230 from 3:30 – 6:30 PM.
If you have a product or service of interest to other Culver City businesses and residents, this is the place to showcase it.
A friendly, festive indoor event, the EXPO offers the public a chance to visit over 100 unique, inventive and fascinating businesses displaying products and services for the home and office.
As one of our most enjoyable events of the year, this exciting day attracts approximately 1000 business connections and has also become known as the biggest annual networking event in the “Heart of Screenland.”
This event will be the marketing opportunity for you. We hope you will decide to join us and look forward to your support and involvement.
Collaborate with the Culver City Business Community
SPONSOR: SendOutCards-Culver City with Richard A. Marcus
Join us to start building business connections that are so vital to the success of your business!
✓ Build your network!
✓ Market your business
✓ Follow-up on leads with the “Hot Sheet”
✓ Hear how much business is referred between Chamber members!
✓ Display your brochure/flyer to promote your business!
✓ Donate a door prize to showcase your business to more than 50 potential clients/referral sources/other businesses (this free promotional opportunity is exclusive to Chamber members)
Breakfast sponsorships available – to find out more contact
May 17, 2016Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with the Culver City business communityDATE: Wednesday, May 18, 2016
TIME: 7:44 – 9:00 AM
PLACE: Four Points by Sheraton, 5990 Green Valley Circle, Culver City 90230
COST: $25 Member; $30 Not-Yet Member; At Door $35
RSVP: By 1 PM Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Culver City Chamber Takes Stands on Rights of Self- Regulation
- SB878 Work scheduling (Oppose)
- AB1643 Workers Compensation Insurance to cover non work related injury (Oppose)
- AB2502 Mandates Inclusionary Housing (Oppose)
- AB2299 Eliminates the right of cities to control secondary units in R1 zones (Oppose)
The parking garage at 8550 Higuera Street in Culver City is located in the Hayden Tract neighborhood and is now open to the public. Surrounding businesses and residents can now enjoy a new and convenient parking option. Parkers can choose from self, valet and monthly parking options as well as special event and group parking.
Sacramento Hurting the People they want to help!
The California State Legislature is attempting to help people and as a result is hurting their economic growth. During this year’s legislative session a mired of legislation micro-managing business is in the hopper.
Already this year we have heard of many manufacturing businesses that are leaving California for lower cost states, and the speed up of the investment in technology to lower employment costs.
I’m not picking on the hospitality sector of the economy, they are the first to be hit by many of these mandates. Coming on are many more disruptive technologies that will displace 20th Century jobs, it should not be the purpose of government to create 20th Century rules for a 21st Century economy. We need to look ahead at the needs of the future.
California has a very diverse workforce, in age, gender and educational standards. We need to allow them all to prosper and not regulate the lower economic end of our workforce out of a job by well-intentioned legislators that never sign the front of a payroll check.
That’s what I think…
Steven J. Rose, ACE