14 Dec VITA Global Networking Breakfast
Drones, recycled water, social media, live polling, compact scooter and more…the first ever Executive Forecast was a huge success. With more than 150 attendees and elected officials including Mayor of Calabasas David Shapiro and City of Burbank Councilmember Emily Gabel-Luddy, the morning was filled with innovative technology, interactive surveys and tools to stimulate productivity and growth.
The Los Angeles Daily News positively reviewed the executive forecast in their Sunday, January 24-25 issue and reported that Kenn Phillips, TVEA president and CEO, was pleased with this initial endeavor. “All of the customer surveys that came in gave us high marks,” he said. “The thing they liked the best was the ability to learn about the different types of technology and innovation and the cross talk between the industries.” Full article below.
Sponsors included Los Angeles Department of Water & Power, Chase Bank, Time Warner Cable, Hilton Woodland Hills, Metro, Datastream, Van Nuys-Los Angeles World Airports, and Fresh Potato Factory. Media Sponsors included AGF Media Services, Randy Witt Productions, The San Fernando Valley Sun, Community Connection and Daily News.
LA Daily News: Wide range of topics covered at Valley Economic Alliance forecast session