II has received preliminary funding from the State of California for NexTrend
II, and is now soliciting additional support to develop this conference and the
concurrent logistics training program. In addition to recognition in all conference
materials, sponsors will be offered advisory group membership, agenda development
input, speaker selection input, and priority access to the region's workforce
training centers and their program development plans. Specific sponsor benefits
are detailed below.
In addition to recognition in all conference materials,
sponsors will be offered advisory group membership, agenda development input,
and priority access to the region's workforce training centers and their program
Should You Participate in NexTrend II?
The goods movement industry is
rapidly becoming the largest single employment sector in Southern California.
Hundreds of thousands of Southlanders are currently employed in this industry
and, with local goods movement traffic projected to triple by 2030, the region
will need to add tens of thousands of skilled workers in transportation, warehousing,
logistics and related trades over the next twenty years.
goods movement job sector provides competitive employment opportunities, there
is lagging recognition among potential workers about the benefits, skills and
preparation they need to pursue a career in these fields. NexTrend II is a critical
opportunity to develop a comprehensive regional training and job-match program.
Additionally, these two NexTrend II conferences will lay the groundwork for an
ongoing dialogue between workforce training professionals and the businesses which
will recruit from their well-prepared student body. Broad stakeholder involvement
in NexTrend II and its curriculum development initiatives will help ensure that
our region's goods continue moving efficiently and in an environmentally-friendly
Specific sponsor benefits can be viewed by clicking
To participate in NexTrend II as a Sponsor, please email
or call 310.434.3311.