Next City’s annual gathering of the best and brightest rising urban leaders will meet in New Orleans, Sept. 12-15, 2018, to tackle challenges in the nation’s jazz capital.
“Next City is thrilled to select New Orleans as the site for our Vanguard 2018 conference,” said Tom Dallessio, Next City’s president, CEO and publisher.
Alejandra Guzman, NOLABA Vice President of Program Development and Strategy, appeared on "Affordable Housing Matters" on WLAE-TV Jan. 23 to discuss economic development with Andreanecia Morris, executive director of HousingNOLA, and host Norman Robinson.
NOLABA connects New Orleanians with the support and resources they need to achieve economic prosperity. This includes providing information for small businesses like local resource providers and certification opportunities. In a new series of small business spotlights, we're highlighting New Orleans business owners who use these resources to grow their businesses in the city.
We begin with Lola Lass, president and owner of ADEETA Corporate Staffing, who opened her business May 26, 1998.
NextOp Veterans is excited to announce that they have expanded to New Orleans after partnering with NOLABA. To celebrate the development, NextOp will host a Veteran Transition Workshop and a Louisiana Launch Party on Feb. 1.
On Jan. 4, Gov. John Bel Edwards highlighted the selection of DXC Technology’s Digital Transformation Center in New Orleans as the nation’s No. 2 project in Business Facilities magazine’s 2017 Economic Development Deal of the Year competition. A Fortune 250 company, DXC Technology formed in April 2017