Creative City Awards: Honoring Innovation in Business | West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce | West Hollywood, CA.
Artwork by Ruben Esparza of Red Studios
Tonight, the Chamber will honor some of the most creative business in West Hollywood. Some of our faves have been nominated. Last year, Vanity Girl was nominated for Creative Communications, for the way that I’ve been able to put my brand on the map — with a little bit of Online Fame plus a little bit of Offline elbow grease. I lost out to a little known company called HBO (hello!), but honestly! That was truly a case of, “I’m just happy to be nominated!”
At any rate, this year I found myself behind the camera, producing some of the pre-event pieces and even working on capturing the night. More of that to come – but in the meantime make sure to click on the link above to see if one of your favorite WeHo Businesses have been nominated!
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ABOUT THE EVENT:
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honored five at the annual State of The City (#SOTC2013) on June 26, 2013.
The honors went to Authentic, Cabo Cantina, Koontz Hardware, LASC, and Vanity Girl Hollywood who also served as panelists to share their insight about their success as small businesses, moderated by Leonard Lanzi, Executive Director of Los Angeles Venture Association (LAVA).
In his capacity at LAVA, Len works with its board of directors to direct the strategic plan and organize educational and informational programs within the venture funded business ecosystem in the greater Los Angeles region.
Hany Haddad, Chair of the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce who also served as a panelist, quoted, “We continue to seek new ways to strengthen the West Hollywood community through small business development and these five businesses are true examples of how small business supports communities economically.”
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