07 Apr The Valley Economic Alliance Kicks Off National Financial Literacy Month with Urgent Economic Development Discussions
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April 7, 2022
The Valley Economic Alliance Kicks Off National Financial Literacy Month with Urgent Economic Development Discussions
Virtual Dialogue Intended to Encourage Valley Residents to Strive for Fiscal Growth This Spring
Sherman Oaks, California – Always on the forefront of leading pivotal discussions shaping San Fernando Valley’s economic outlook, The Valley Economic Alliance will kick off its most recent virtual Next Level Growth Series entitled “Valley Builds & Moves: Public Projects You Can Bid On To Shape the San Fernando Valley” on Thursday, April 14, 2022. Following this public convening, The Alliance will host its monthly Economic Development Committee Meeting announcing the launch of the City of Los Angeles’ RAMP portal, also known as the Regional Alliance Marketplace for Procurement.
“Countless Valley entrepreneurs are still left in the dark about the trajectory of their financial future and opportunities to help build our region’s fiscal infrastructure,” said Sonya Kay Blake, President and CEO of The Alliance. “During April’s economic development convenings, we plan on unveiling proven strategies that business owners have used to successfully bid on public projects, which include obtaining application assistance and counsel from proven business advisors during the process.” During National Financial Literacy Month, The Alliance also hopes to elevate the dialogue surrounding business procurement and contracting – which will be explored during our Economic Development Committee Meeting – and inspire our business leaders to engage in stimulating, solution-focused conversations with our experts.#