On November 15th, the Encino Chamber of Commerce will have Nazario Sauceda, the Interim Director of the Bureau of Street Services, as a guest speaker at the Business and Professional Development Lunch.
Mr. Sauceda will be discussing the avenues possible for fee reductions and avoidance. He will also discuss several ways the City of Los Angeles can help business thrive. Diana Donovan, CEO of the Encino Chamber of Commerce, is certain Mr. Sauceda will provide an array of ideas to help local business. She added, “We're excited to offer this opportunity of working with the city to our membership. Community improvement projects can get done and business owners can save some money by contracting with city workers... It's a win-win for everyone.”
The Business and Professional Development Lunch is the monthly general meeting of the Encino Chamber of Commerce and is held at the Monterey at Encino. The lunch is from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Elections for the 2012 Board of Directors will also be held at the November 15th lunch.
All individuals interested in attending may contact the Encino Chamber of Commerce Directly.
Encino Chamber of Commerce
Address:4933 Balboa Ave, Encino, CA 91316
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The Encino Chamber of Commerce, the Valley’s Premier Business Community and the most influential chamber of commerce in the San Fernando Valley, recently was honored by the City of Los Angeles for its 75 years of success. The mission of the Encino Chamber of Commerce is to perpetuate the appropriate growth, prosperity and integrity of the business community.
The Encino Chamber of Commerce forges strong ties between the businesses and the community to make the area a better place to live, work and play.
Additionally, with programs like the Valley Discount Card and Member to Member discounts, the Encino Chamber promotes local businesses through shopping local.
The Encino Chamber has the longest running street fair, the Taste of Encino, in the San Fernando Valley. The Encino Chamber is also well regarded for its Senior Directory, Disaster Preparedness efforts, business advocacy, networking, and notable elected officials as guest speakers at the monthly lunch and other various events.