Los Angeles was ICCC’s inaugural location when the program launched in 2005. Since then, 199 Los Angeles alumni have raised $166 million in debt and equity capital. They have also averaged 52% growth in revenue and created 1208 jobs in their communities. In partnership with Kaiser Permanente, ICCC will return to LA for the third consecutive year in 2018.
Read more about ICCC’s regional and national impact in the 2017 Impact Report.
Application deadline: Applications are now open
Learn more about our inspiring alumni from Los Angeles:
Giroux Glass: Giroux Glass is a glass and hardware company on the cutting edge of the industry’s most challenging and complex glass projects. CEO Nataline Lomedico, whose company has sent numerous executives to ICCC, used the program to identify Giroux’s unique value proposition. Nataline, a speaker at the 2016 ICCC culminating conference, has continued to grow the company.
Good Soil Industries: Good Soil helps hard-to-hire people work and find their way out of poverty. Jason Barnette used the executive education ICCC provides to help position his social enterprise to better deliver on its mission, and to think about its growth potential so that they can create new jobs and increase their reach in the community.
January 4, 2017: Small Business Exchange, Here’s what happens when urban entrepreneurs learn to craft powerful pitches for investors
August 20, 2016: Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp, Health Outcomes Depend on Economic Opportunity and More
August 4, 2016: Eater Los Angeles, How Uncle Darrow’s Is Fighting Back After Losing Its Neighborhood
Thanks to our dedicated partner for making ICCC possible in Los Angeles: