- Business Advocacy
Nearly 20 local businesses and agencies support and participate in the program, providing vocational experience for students.
The Los Angeles County Development Authority provides loans up to $2 million that are customizable for business needs.
The community is invited to participate in this festival, sponsored by KAZN AM1300/KMRB AM1430 and the Alhambra Chamber of Commerce.
Proceeds from the luncheon helped fund Alhambra’s 92nd Rose Parade float, “The Power of Hope.”
The public is invited to stop by and view the art.
The audience is provided with song sheets and colorful Christmas hats and is encouraged to bring their jingle bells and their children to this popular singalong event.
Families are invited to take free digital photos with Santa while watching some holiday-themed entertainment from PopRock Academy and the Daurden Performing Arts Conservatory.
Sam Yue, investment adviser rep, Primerica Advisors, will present "Understanding the New CalSavers Law."
Join local businesses for the Alhambra Chamber Business to Business monthly networking event.
Joanna Vargas, owner of The Fit Factor, will present "Learn How to Make Money on Instagram," which is perfect for business owners who are beginners or intermediate with Instagram. All attendees must have an Instagram account and be logged on.
Chris Lopez, development specialist at Community & Economic Development Los Angeles County Development Authority, will give a talk on "Small Business Financing."
The Academy of Special Dreams believes that all persons, regardless of their disabilities, should have equal opportunities to express their talents and to be successful in the arts.
The SBA Office of Advocacy advances the views and concerns of small business before Congress, the White House, federal courts, and state policy makers.
Proceeds from the tournament help fund the chamber’s annual scholarship program supporting graduating seniors at Alhambra’s high schools.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Special Agent John Palmieri will present "Cybercrime, Business E-mail Compromise, and Social Media Implications."
Southern California Edison will present this Lunch & Learn.
True financial health is based on four key components: spending, saving, borrowing, and planning.