BOMA Power Hour Breakfasts are not your ordinary breakfast meeting.

We know your time is limited, so we've designed an education program to maximize your schedule and give you access to information on critical local commercial real estate issues.

BOMA/GLA is excited to launch our new BOMA Power Hour Breakfasts. These monthly meetings are designed for building members to connect on the issues that matter most... in under an hour. Topics and locations vary monthly and will cover a variety of topics, such asset optimization, sustainability initiatives, smart buildings and new technology, talent recruitment, ROI and NOI, government affairs, codes and regulations, risk mitigation…and much more!

Networking and breakfast begin at 7:30 am. All building owners and managers are welcome. Each meeting is designed to bring valuable information, expand your knowledge, and connect you with your local BOMA community.

Registration Rates: 

Building Member: Free (Included in your BOMA/GLA membership)
Building Non-Member: $45

Register for Upcoming BOMA Power Hour Breakfasts:

Impacts on Your Building Now: Prop 65 and Bird Scooters

Tuesday, November 6
Westside Region
8:00 – 9:00 am
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Proposition 65 notice requirements for buildings are changing. Building owners and managers need to understand the new requirements, and how to comply. An industry expert will discuss topics such as:

  • Recommended steps to assess signage requirements.
  • Chemicals that may be present in an office building,

Building owners in West LA are being deluged with scooters on their properties. Jay Greenstein, Chief Field and Transportation Deputy for Councilman Paul Koretz, will cover:

  • Key elements of a draft Los Angeles scooter ordinance.
  • Thoughts on managing the problem while the ordinance is being finalized.

 

Business Improvement Districts – Engaging with Your Local BID

Thursday, November 8
Downtown Region
8:00 – 9:00 am
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Business Improvement Districts (BID) have diverse goals and activities, but they all work to bring about desirable improvements that benefit their districts and surrounding communities. Downtown LA BID CEO Suzanne Holley will speak about:

  • How to successfully engage with your local BID.
  • Updates on homelessness and street vending.

 

Managing the New Energy Disclosure Laws

Tuesday, November 13
San Fernando Valley Region
8:00 – 9:00 am
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Learn about the new Energy and Water Disclosure Laws for the City of LA and the State of California. Topics include:

  • Updates on why energy costs are increasing.
  • Learn what new technologies can help make your building more energy efficient.
  • Find out incentives available to help offset the cost of retrofits.

 

More Than Just New Warnings: Important Changes in Prop 65

Wednesday, November 14
South Bay Region
8:00 – 9:00 am
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Proposition 65 notice requirements for buildings are changing. Building owners and managers need to understand the new requirements, and how to comply. An industry expert will discuss topics such as:

  • Recommended steps to assess signage requirements.
  • Chemicals that may be present in an office building.

 

Traffic Improvement in the Tri-Cities

Wednesday, November 14
Northeast Region
8:00 – 9:00 am
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Measure M, the Los Angeles County Traffic Improvement Plan, is a comprehensive plan to improve transportation and ease traffic congestion through various projects. Join representatives from Glendale, Burbank, and Pasadena to discuss:

  • Details on Measure M.
  • Updates on current and future projects in the Tri-Cities.
 
 
 

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

power hours are open to owners and managers only, limited sponsorship opportunities are available. click here For more sponsorship information.