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1 Advanced Manufacturing Partnership for Southern California AMP SoCal “Manufacturing Community” Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

2 Today we invite you to learn about this effort and to discover how you can get involved. Vision: Provide our A&D manufacturers with the tools, talent, and capacity to master the future Mission: Increase the quality and number of high-skilled A&D manufacturing jobs in the region Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

3 Regional Impact Jobs and economic growth Reduce reliance on defense spending Increase reliance on innovation New industries, inspired youth A supportive infrastructure to help A&D companies thrive A growing manufacturing community offering exciting jobs Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

4 INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVE: IVAN ROSENBERG

5 How Do You Want to Grow Your Business? Increase capacity: Increase automation (CNC, robots, etc.)? Add additive manufacturing? Increase available production space? Increase group efficiencies? Diversify into new markets, such as non-aerospace industry? Develop more business from existing clients? Move up the supply chain? Ivan Rosenberg, Industry Representative Break new ground Develop new products? Increase innovation? Improve production: Reduce costs? Reduce number of production problems? Begin or increase exports? ?

6 What Do You Need to Grow Your Business? Expert advice? Funding ? Strategic partners? Access to skilled labor? Resources to provide and pay for training? Market research? Improve marketing and selling skills? Help dealing with government agencies? Help with site selection, building modifications, etc.? Help with buying new or used machines. Ivan Rosenberg, Industry Representative

7 What AMP SoCal Will Do To Help You Grow Your Business. Improve Infrastructure Implement existing 10 projects Apply for grants from federal government, taking advantage of designation as an Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) region Connections to AMP SoCal Partners Sources of funding Faculty at Cal State Universities, community colleges, etc. Experts in exporting, government incentives, etc. Business assistance, e.g., from EDCs, SoCal Jobs Defense Council, Workforce Development Boards, etc. Ivan Rosenberg, Industry Representative

8 MANUFACTURING COMMUNITY Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

9 Manufacturing Community Designation Benefits Federal Government Support On-line visibility to enhance reputation as globally competitive Preference in federal grants and assistance from 10 agencies ($1.3B available to 12 designated communities) Dedicated federal liaison at each of the 10 agencies Challenge grants to reward the best of the 12 communities Reinvent How Economic Development Is Done Integrated partnership effort over multiple counties Industrial Ecosystem – defined in six pillars Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

10 The 6 Pillars The Public Infrastructure that Supports Manufacturers Industrial Ecosystem Workforce & Training Supplier Network Research & Innovation Infrastructure & Site Development Trade & International Development Operational Improvement & Capital Access Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

11 Workforce & Training Representative: Robert Sainz Contact: Initial Pillar Committee Meeting: October 8 th 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Glyn Milburn, Mayor’s Office, City of Los Angeles

12 Supplier Network Representative: Jim Watson Contact: Initial Pillar Committee Meeting: October 16 th 10:00 AM – Noon Jim Watson, CMTC

13 Research & Innovation Representative: Harry Hellenbrand Contact: Initial Pillar Committee Meeting: October 17 th 10:00 AM – Noon Harry Hellenbrand, CSU Northridge

14 Infrastructure & Site Development Representative: Marie Talnack Contact: Initial Pillar Committee Meeting: October 10 th 10:00 AM – 11:00AM Marie Talnack, Cal Poly Pomona

15 Trade & International Investment Representative: Open Contact: Deepak Bahl Initial Pillar Committee Meeting: October 22nd 10:00 AM – Noon Deepak Bahl, USC Center for Economic Development

16 Operational Improvement & Capital Access Representative: Jose Anaya Contact: Initial Pillar Committee Meeting: October 24 th 10:00 AM - Noon Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

17 IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY WORKING GROUPS Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

18 Investments in Industrial Ecosystem Implementation Strategy Working Groups Executive Council Los Angeles: JoAnne Stewart, LA County EDC Orange: Greg Washington, UCI Engineering San Diego: Jo Marie Diamond, East County EDC Ventura: Cheryl Moore, Ventura County WIB Lead Co-Applicant: Leonard Mitchell, USC CED Co-Applicant: Glyn Milburn, City of Los Angeles Industry: Ivan Rosenberg, Aerospace & Defense Forum Pillar Committees Research & Innovation Trade & International Investment Operational Improvement & Capital Access Workforce & Training Supplier Network Infrastructure & Site Development

19 Strategy #1: AMP SoCal Red Carpet Implementation Strategy Working Groups

20 AMP SoCal Red Carpet Lead Institution: Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation Contact: JoAnne Stewart, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

21 Strategy #2: Accessible Smart Digital One-Stop Implementation Plan: Strategy Working Groups

22 Accessible Smart Digital One-Stop Lead Institution: University of California, Los Angeles Contact: Jim Davis & Julie Tran, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

23 Strategy #3: SMM Growth Acceleration Implementation Strategy Working Groups

24 SMM Growth Acceleration Lead Institution: California Manufacturing Technology Consulting Contact: Jim Watson, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

25 Strategy #4: Model-Based Engineering and Design Workforce Education and Training Implementation Strategy Working Groups

26 Model-Based Engineering and Design Workforce Education and Training Lead Institution: Open Contact: Dion Jackson, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

27 Strategy #5: Additive Manufacturing Certificate Program Implementation Strategy Working Groups

28 Additive Manufacturing Certificate Program Lead Institution: University of California, Irvine Contact: Ed Tackett, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

29 Strategy #6: Managed Career Pipeline for Advanced Manufacturing Implementation Strategy Working Groups

30 Managed Career Pipeline for Advanced Manufacturing Lead Institution: City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department Contact: Robert Sainz, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

31 Strategy #7: Higher Education Guides Implementation Strategy Working Groups

32 Higher Education “Guides” Lead Institution: California State University, Northridge Contact: Joyce Feucht-Havier, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

33 Strategy #8: Systemic Innovation, Incubation, and Business Development Implementation Strategy Working Groups

34 Systematic Innovation, Incubation, and Business Development Lead Institution: California State University, Northridge Contact: Harry Hellenbrand, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

35 Strategy #9: Export Acceleration Implementation Strategy Working Groups

36 Export Acceleration Lead Institution: Open Contact: Jim Watson, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

37 Strategy #10: 57/60 Confluence: Freight Corridor Bottleneck Relief Implementation Strategy Working Groups

38 57/60 Confluence - Freight Corridor Bottleneck Relief Lead Institution: City of Industry Contact: Marie Talnack, Implementation Strategy Working Groups

39 HOW TO GET INVOLVED Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

40 SoCal Jobs Defense Council A coalition of 300+ leaders from business, labor, education, non- profit, and government. Co-chaired by Norm Hickling (Senior Deputy for LA County Supervisor Antonovich) & George Burden (Secretary/Treasurer of UAW Local 148) The mission of the SoCal Jobs Defense Council is to grow, attract, and retain aerospace and defense jobs and investment in the region. Click here to join us.here JoAnne Stewart, Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation

41 Pillar Committee Meetings The link to Webinar will ed out tomorrow along with: Registration information for Kick-Off Pillar Committee Mtgs: Workforce & Education – 10/8/14, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Supplier Network – 10/16/14, 10:00 AM – Noon Research & Innovation – 10/17/14, 10:00 AM – Noon Infrastructure & Site Development – 10/10/14, 10:00 AM – Noon Trade & International Investment – 10/22/14, 10:00 AM – Noon Operational Improvement & Capital Access – 10/24/14 10:00 AM – Noon Please forward to others who would be interested Dion Jackson, USC Center for Economic Development

42 Questions? Dion Jackson USC Center for Economic Development (310)


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