We invite your group to learn more about the
Port of Los Angeles through our Speakers Bureau
Program, whose members are available to share
the rich history of the Port and provide a
general overview of Port operations and
A speaker presentation is a great opportunity
for you and your group to gain a rare
perspective of the Port of Los Angeles, the
nation's leading container port and vital
international gateway that contributes greatly
to the economic well-being for the southland.
While maintaining its competitive position in
the maritime industry, the port of Los Angeles
remains steadfast in its commitment to
responsible, sustainable growth.
Speakers Bureau members can address your organization
and discuss the rich history of the Port, current projects
and topical Port issues. Speakers can be scheduled for
presentations during business hours, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., and topics
are carefully selected to address the interests of your
audience and the needs of your organization.
A sampling of potential discussion topics include:
- Port of Los Angeles 101
- Port Development Projects
- Economic Impacts/Port Career Opportunities
- Environmental Initiatives
- International Trade and Commerce Issues
- Historical Perspective of the Port
- Waterfront Development
- Homeland Security
Why should you hear about the Port of Los Angeles? Because
your life is directly affected by what happens at the
Port — from the clothes you wear, to the food you eat,
to the well-being of the region you live in.
Want to hear our story? Call the Port of Los Angeles
Community Relations Division at (310)732-3506 to book your Port of Los Angeles Speakers Bureau presentation
for the Speaker Bureau request form.