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Program Listens To Entrepreneurial Pitches In Long Beach 4/16/2018 One organization is providing a platform for people to pitch their business ideas and raise an open ear to others.
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Local Leaders Discuss Expansion of Job Opportunities for Residents with Disabilities 4/3/2018 Dozens of local leaders gathered last Thursday at the Long Beach office of the College Internship Program (CIP) to discuss opportunities to help more Long Beach residents with disabilities find jobs, RespectAbility announced.
Long Beach hotels, restaurants and other tourism sites plan second combined job fair 3/26/2018 Last year, Long Beach hotels, restaurants and other tourist-related industries joined forces as the Long Beach Hospitality Alliance to both increase the industry’s visibility and expand the labor pool. They’re doing it again.
Long Beach Airport Sets Record For Passenger Numbers And Awaits Additional Improvements 3/26/2018 The Long Beach Airport (LGB) saw more than 3.78 million passengers depart and arrive through its concourses in 2017, 250,000 more passengers than originally projected by airport staff.
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BUSINESS BEAT: Survey 'Upbeat' For Small Businesses; Local Super Docs Named; Subs Help Cause; Cargo Numbers 3/22/2018 “Still upbeat” is the phrase of choice for small business optimism levels in 2018, according to the Long Beach Small Business Expectations Index published annually by California State University, Long Beach.
Carnival Cruise Line Celebrates Grand Reopening of Expanded Terminal in Long Beach 2/13/2018 Carnival Cruise Line celebrated its official grand reopening of the Long Beach Cruise Terminal renovation and expansion on Saturday.
Long Beach Has 'Limitless' Opportunities for Developers and Brokers 2/12/2018

The Economic Development Department is preparing to launch its new “Limitless” campaign to showcase the city's real estate potential.

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$100-million outdoor coastal mall replacing obsolete Long Beach hotel 12/26/2017 A sprawling, run-down hotel near the water in southeast Long Beach is being replaced with a laid-back $100-million outdoor mall that will make food and leisure front and center.
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Education and assistance are key when locating a business Downtown 12/18/2017 Choosing a location to open, relocate or expand a business is an important decision with many potential pitfalls and challenges.
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More assistance resources than ever for long beach entrepreneurs 12/18/2017 When it comes to business assistance, the City of Long Beach is working with several partners to create innovative solutions, some of which are the first of their kind...
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Who's Investing in Long Beach 11/6/2017 Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia frequently describes the city as “booming.” One of the measures he uses to demonstrate this is the number of developments underway and planned citywide.
Vice Mayor Richardson Launches “Everyone In” Initiative, Addressing Economic Inclusion 11/3/2017 This spring the city council adopted the Blueprint for Economic Development, a guide meant to prioritize the creation of businesses, well-paying jobs and economic inclusion for all Long Beach residents for the next ten years.
Educator-Turned Chocolatier Opens Gourmet Confection Shop on Long Beach’s Growing Decadent Row 10/11/2017 If you would have asked Romeo Garcia ten years ago what his future would hold for him, being a professional chocolatier in his own kitchen on Pine Avenue would not have been his answer.
Small Business Showcase: 4th Street’s Retro Row 10/9/2017 In 2002, Gary Farley began pursuing his dream of owning a record store. He opened up shop in Costa Mesa but ultimately closed down. Farley began selling records in the back of a Long Beach women’s boutique clothing store owned by a friend in 2012.
The 2028 Summer Olympics is Coming to Long Beach 9/13/2017 The LA 2028 campaign tweeted this morning that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) has officially confirmed that Los Angeles will be the host city of the 2028 Olympic & Paralympic Games.
Downtown Long Beach Associates Launch Woman Owned Business Accelerator 9/1/2017 The Downtown Long Beach Associates’ (DLBA) Woman Owned Business Accelerator Program is now accepting notices of intent to apply for a total award bucket of $15,000. Notices of intent are due Tuesday, September 5, and will be followed by a Facebook Live Information Session Q&A to be held Wednesday.