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Leaders in business, government and research return to Los Angeles on November 10 for CityAge: Build the Future.

CityAge: Build the Future, in Downtown Los Angeles on November 10, will look at the investments in infrastructure, innovation, resilience, transportation and energy systems that are required to build a globally competitive urban economy in the 21st Century.

The conference will gater a leadership network of executives in government, architecture and planning, academia, investment, engineering and technology who are building L.A.'s future.

See what makes CityAge unique at www.cityage.org/la.

CityAge events have already been attended by 5,000 leaders in business and city building.  Conferences have been held, or are scheduled for: New York, Los Angeles, London, Hong Kong, Seattle, Toronto, Vancouver, Sydney, San Francisco, Fort Lauderdale/Miami, San Diego, Philadelphia, Edmonton and other cities.

The event will take place on Thursday, November 10 from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm at the California Club in Downtown Los Angeles (538 S. Flower Street).

Speakers will include:

  • Stevie Yiu, Head of Planning, MTR Corporation, Hong Kong
  • Rick Cole, City Manager, City of Santa Monica
  • Kelli Bernard, Chief Executive, LA Metro Region, AECOM
  • Howard Slatkin, Deputy Executive Director of Strategic Planning, New York City
  • Claire Weisz and Adam Lubinsky, Principals, WXY Architecture + Urban Design
  • Nathan Lewis, Professor of Chemistry, Caltech

A full schedule of the two-day event can be viewed here.

For more information, contact Marc Andrew at 778-865-1557 or Miro Cernetig at 778-835-0633

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