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Entrepreneurs throw around the word “disrupt” as casually as “innovate” or “iterate.
There is no more diverse city in the world than Los Angeles and the potential for economic and cultural success at our current time is more promising than ever.
My name is India Williams and I am proud to serve as the official Program Director for Mentor2Mentor (M2M), ScaleLA’s new entrepreneurial youth mentoring initiative.
Government relations and political professionals have an insatiable appetite to utilize technologically advanced tools for their issue advocacy and political campaigns.
As we’ve mentioned in past blog posts, the Los Angeles area is poised to be the shining example of collaborative progress between tech companies, government, and community.
At ScaleLA, we’ve gotten this question a few times.
In California, the most heavily regulated state in the nation, it’s easy to ask the question: is it a matter of your business AND government or VERSUS government? A visit to the State of California’s somewhat-consolidated permit and regulation website demonstrates that even the most mundane business turns up pages of related federal, state, and sometimes …
If you’re an entrepreneur in today’s political climate, it can be difficult to see why startups should work with government.