Government Supports for A&D Exporting and Manufacturing

by Devon Phillipson

Los Angeles Economy

The Mayor’s Office of Economic Development is focused on advancing Los Angeles by developing sound policies, creating strategic partnerships, prioritizing investments and delivering key services. The goal is to accelerate pathways to economic opportunity.

On May 16, 2017,  a public forum will take place, The Aerospace & Defense Forum from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM (PDT) in Sherman Oaks, CA. The event will be hosted at:

City National Bank
15260 Ventura Blvd.,16th floor
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Be sure to REGISTER for this complimentary event.

Guest Presenter William Chun

William (Billy) Chun is the Senior Director of the Mayor’s Office of Economic Development working on economic policy across key industries to include:

  • aerospace
  • biosciences
  • sports
  • tourism
  • technology
  • manufacturing
  • real estate
  • film & entertainment
  • and more

Previously, Chun was Vice President at Capri Capital Partners, a private equity, and investment manager with $3.7 billion of assets under management. He was responsible for sourcing and underwriting acquisitions as well as equity and debt investment activities including origination, direct and joint venture investing and portfolio risk management across the firm’s various separate accounts and commingled funds.

Mr. Chun holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics at Wesleyan University.

On the Agenda

Mr. Chun will provide an update on work related to the Aerospace and Defense/Manufacturing industries and highlight the programs and tools available to local businesses.

Recently, Mayor Garcetti launched the new Export Program, an initiative that assists local businesses to access international trade opportunities and prepare their businesses to export products abroad. The program is designed to guide local manufacturers through the complex export readiness process, help them address key challenges and connect them with a variety of training and counseling services available through city, state and federal partners.

The Purpose of The Aerospace & Defense Forum

The purpose of The Aerospace & Defense Forum is to promote communication, collaboration, and commerce among A&D industry leaders. The focus is on the business, rather than the technology, of the A&D industry.

The Vision of The Aerospace & Defense Forum

The vision is a world where A&D Industry Leaders fully realize the professional, commercial, and social benefits from effective community engagement.

The Mission of The Aerospace & Defense Forum

The A & D mission is to create and maintain a global aerospace and defense leadership community that provides opportunities for sharing of information, current events, and analysis, mutual support and encouragement, partnering, innovation, and performance breakthroughs.

We encourage everyone in the area to participate in the upcoming forum. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to join in on a great conversation. Register today!

 

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Devon Phillipson

About Devon Phillipson

Devon Phillipson is a Stratasys Account Manager with GoEngineer, who has dedicated the pursuit of his career to improving the manufacturing processes for the client he works with. His passion for technology, manufacturing, and people have inspired the adoption and rapid acceptance of 3D printing as an indispensable tool that helps his client iterate faster, produce better products, have happier employees, and overcome challenges in an ever evolving global market. Devon has studied CNC Machining, 3D Printing, and all things SolidWorks. His vision for the future is a harmonious relationship between manufacturer, technology, and customer that leads to better experiences for people who can communicate and design freely to produce a more connected world.

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