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An Evening with the Mayor: State of the City Address 2018 Recap

Posted by admin on September 27th, 2018

Each year business executives, residents, civic leaders, and community supporters of Beverly Hills gather on a special occasion to witness the State of the City Address given by the current mayor of the City of Beverly Hills. This year, the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce members and guests had the privilege of welcoming Mayor Julian […]

Beverly Hills is Going BOLD in August

Posted by admin on July 26th, 2018

Now that the summer sun sets at 8pm, there is more daylight to spend outside and enjoy the city. BOLD, which stands for Beverly Hills Open Later Days, begins Thursday August 2nd and continues through August 25th, every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Shop the summer nights until 8pm with live entertainment, special events, and restaurant […]

The Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee Engages in an Important Discussion About Net Neutrality

Posted by admin on January 12th, 2018

The Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce advocates on behalf of local business community through the Government Affairs Committee (GAC). This group is exclusive to Chamber members and meets to address important issues such as: urban planning, transportation, real estate development, construction, taxation, and regional legislation that impact the business community. This month’s meeting addressed the […]

Shop Small With Us on November 25, 2017

Posted by admin on November 2nd, 2017

Did you know that over 80% of Beverly Hills businesses are small businesses? Small Business Saturday is a national campaign created by American Express in 2010. There is Cyber Monday and Black Friday – Small Business Saturday is a way to show support for our local small businesses during the holiday season. Why shop small? According to […]

Does Your Voice Really Matter? by Gabriella van Rij

Posted by admin on February 27th, 2017

Often during and after elections I hear conversations where people say that their voice did not matter and that they should not have voted! “What a waste of time…” And then on the other end of the spectrum, I hear from people who did not bother to vote at all, yet remain full of opinions […]

New Law Expands California’s Paid Family Leave and State Disability Insurance by Kelly O. Scott

Posted by admin on August 18th, 2016

Approximately 15 years ago California became the first state to provide paid time off to workers to care for a new child or ailing family member.  The law, which is funded by required worker contributions, provides for up to 6 weeks of wage replacement in connection with certain qualifying events, which events include the temporary […]

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