• Disaster Response and Recovery Contracting: Are You Ready to Compete?

    • Wednesday, August 24, 2016
    • C100

    When the Governor of Louisiana declares a disaster, the Governor's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP) activates the Louisiana Business Emergency Operations Center (LABEOC) for disaster response and recovery. The stated benefits of registering with BEOC are they will notify those registered companies of needs as they arise and specifically state. 

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  • Business Disaster Recovery Resources

    • Monday, August 22, 2016
    • C100

    The Louisiana Business & Technology Center at the LSU Innovation Park is offering business counseling to flood-impacted companies and is assisting companies with filling out applications and connecting with the proper agencies during their time of need. The LBTC, which also provided business disaster counseling after hurricanes Katrina, Rita, Gustav and Ike, has been working with Louisiana Economic Development and Secretary Don Pierson to offer advice to businesses impacted by the recent flooding. Call (225) 578-7555 for more information, for a consultation or to find out about available workspaces for displaced businesses. For full directory of resources click HERE

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  • C100 CEO Olivier named to Louisiana Board of International Commerce

    • Friday, August 5, 2016
    • C100

    Baton Rouge-We are pleased to announce that Michael J. Olivier was named to the Louisiana Board of International Commerce (LaBIC) by Governor John Bel Edwards today.

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As the statewide business roundtable, C100 is an advocate for economic development, engaging our business leadership in influencing state public policy issues impacting business and economic development. The Committee is a respected business voice to which government policy and media leaders turn for reliable, nonpartisan policy guidance providing access to some of the critical thinkers in business and academia in Louisiana.