VCs Planting the Seeds for a Cleantech Bumper Crop in L.A.

Los Angeles boasts 543,835 privately held companies — among the largest concentrations of small businesses in the world, according to the National Association of Women Business Owners. The city is also home to more than 1,100 startup companies — the type of companies with the potential for high-growth and strong return on investment.

John Paglia, a LAVA member and finance professor at Pepperdine believes that the dynamic Los Angeles start-up scene is poised for significant growth from green tech entrepreneurs.

See more at Ben Kuo’s SoCal Tech newsletter: http://www.socaltech.com/articles/vcs-planting-the-seeds-for-a-cleantech-bumper-crop-in-l-a-/a-00135.html

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