MANUFACTURING, LA, AND COVID-19
COVID-19
May 28, 2020
11:00am to 12:00pm

A Staying Connected Series webcast on how LA and its manufacturers quickly adapted during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The City of LA has proven an effective leader in the fight against the spread of COVID-19. They’ve worked hard to empower local manufacturers to produce personal protective equipment, match supply with need, and give voice to those with solutions. LA's success has allowed the city to look outwards, and begin to work with its sister cities to halt the spread of the virus. Join us as we explore how LA and its manufacturers quickly pivoted in the face of COVID-19.

*Members of the public may sign-up for this discussion by clicking here.*

Featuring:

Melkon Khosrovian, Co-Founder & Spirits Maker, Greenbar Distillery

Melkon Khosrovian the co-founder and spirits maker at Greenbar Distillery, Los Angeles’s first distillery since Prohibition and maker of a growing portfolio of organic spirits. Read more.

Christine Peterson, Director of International Trade & Investment, Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Christine Peterson facilitates global trade opportunities, strengthens foreign government and business relationships, and attracts foreign investment to support companies, workers, manufacturers, and innovators in Los Angeles. Read more.

Alexander Zar, CEO, La La Land Production and Design

Alexander Zar has over 30 years' experience in Luxury goods design, manufacturing, and distribution locally and globally. Read more.

Moderator:

Maryam Zar, Founder, Womenfound; and Commissioner, Los Angeles Commission on the Status of Women

Maryam Zar is a Pacific Council member and founder of Womenfound. Read more.

 

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