As New Orleans celebrates her 300th birthday, those who love the city are asking questions about what it will take for the next 300 years to be New Orleans’ best years. Central to addressing that question is determining what kind of economy our city will have. Further, will that economy work for all New Orleanians, independent of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation or birth ward?
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana and Ochsner Health System Award $36,000 in Funding at NOLAHI Finale
NEW ORLEANS – The New Orleans Business Alliance (NOLABA) joined Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana and Ochsner Health System to present Alertgy with $36,000 on Tuesday as part of the inaugural New Orleans Health Innovators Challenge. Alertgy will now work within the New Orleans medical community to further develop its solution – a wearable, noninvasive, real-time blood glucose monitoring and alert system that works with a smartphone application.
WASHINGTON, D.C.(September 19, 2017) – New Orleans Business Alliance Vice President of Program Development & Strategy Alejandra Guzman made history Monday night when she became the first Hispanic woman to win the International Economic Development Council’s Young Economic Development Professional of the Year Award.
NOLABA achieved accredited economic development organization status from the International Economic Development Council in April. IEDC profiled NOLABA in its series on newly accredited AEDOs in a members-only newsletter and blog.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) announces that the New Orleans Business Alliance (NOLABA) has been recognized as one of 57 economic development organizations worldwide accredited by IEDC as an Accredited Economic Development Organization (AEDO).