Join the Board of Public works and the Bureau of Contract Administration, in collaboration with the Mayor's Office, for the 7th annual Accessing LA TeamWith 2022. This annual Professional and Personal Services networking
event is part of the Celebration of National Public Works Weeks and Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
May 19th, 2022 10:00 AM!
Register today at the link below:
Apply for your spot as a Koi Pond Presenter and become our next featured Koi Pond Winner~
Application Closes: May 8th, 2022
HURRY BEFORE ALL SPOTS ARE FILLED!
What is Koi Pond?
Koi Pond is an exclusive feature of AccessingLA TeamWith. Chosen applicants from Personal/Professional Service firms and nonprofit organizations will give a 2-minute business pitch to a virtual audience on how they will promote diversity, equity, and inclusion and/or provide employment opportunities to transitional workers. They will receive instant feedback from an executive panel.The application period closed on May 9, 2022.
2022 Koi Pond Winner
Margaret To is a designer and filmmaker based in Tongva and Chumash territory (Los Angeles). She is the co-founder of Studio SAKA, a creative studio dedicated to social impact and climate communications.
Studio SAKA helps scientists, nonprofits, government agencies, and climate startups better communicate social and climate solutions. Their services include transmedia art, video, animation, illustration, social media content creation, and immersive experiences. Learn more about their work at studiosaka.co.
Check out Margaret's Winning Pitch here!
Accessing LA, the City of Los Angeles’ flagship networking series, is a collaboration of Mayor Eric Garcetti’s Office of Economic Development, various Council offices, the Office of Procurement and the Department of Public Works.
Each of the three events in this series focuses on a particular industry that brings together several City departments, public agencies, and contractors (both primes and subcontractors). BuildWith focuses on the construction industry. The TeamWith event places emphasis on professional/personal services. RiseWith promotes business/contracting development, especially in the San Fernando Valley.
Accessing LA's aim is to provide opportunities for building meaningful relationships, gaining valuable perspectives and accessing an abundance of resources to promote economic development and contracting with the City of Los Angeles. From start up businesses to seasoned subcontractors, the Accessing LA events create an experience and a dynamic tight-knit community for those who want to do business with the City and other public agencies.