Today, Ernst & Young LLP (EY) along with Gov. John Bel Edwards and Mayor LaToya Cantrell announced the creation of 200 new jobs in the New Orleans Central Business District. The majority of the jobs – 175 – are part of a new National Executive...
The New Orleans Business Alliance is growing and we’re moving to a larger location. And, we need help with three critical components of our impending move: IT Relocation, Corporate Relocation (moving services) and Furniture and Finishings.
Please see the attached RFPs for each.
The move is scheduled...
At the New Orleans Business Alliance, we work hard every day to achieve equitable and inclusive economic growth for all New Orleanians by working to attract new businesses, grow our local workforce and small business ecosystem, and most importantly to connect people to opportunity.
NOLABA values talent as a key driver of economic growth. Alejandra Guzman explains how our organization takes a people-centered approach by combining workforce development strategies into business attraction and retention.
Katy Dupre is NOLABA's manager of economic competitiveness. She is responsible for tracking, analyzing and identifying best practices and policy implications related to the city's economic competitiveness and is committed to ensuring New Orleans adopts data-driven solutions that encourage innovation and forward thinking.
Each month we'll highlight the top things she's reading to keep you informed on industry trends:
For the first time, the New Orleans Business Alliance (NOLABA) is participating in the Venture for America fellowship program, which places highly talented recent college graduates at organizations in cities with emerging entrepreneurial ecosystems for two years. NOLABA's two VFA Fellows, Thomas Krumins and Sally Lindsay, share why they chose to pursue economic development in New Orleans in a LinkedIn column.