com)-- Rainier de Ocamp, co-founder of Forte- The Collective, a marketing, advertising and PR agency based in downtown Los Angeles, was recently nominated as a finalist in the Los Angeles Business Journal “2012 Asian Business Awards.
What does LABJ stand for?
LABJ stands for Los Angeles Business Journal
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- Laboratorio de Física Experimental de Reactores (Peru)
- Landtagsabgeordneter (Austria, Europe)
- Local Authority Business Growth Incentives (UK)
- Latin American Bible Institute (est. 1926; La Puerta, CA)
- Lehman Aggregate Bond Index (finance)
- Los Angeles Basin Initiative (University of California)
- Lesbians and Bisexuals in Action (Mumbiai, India)
- Liberate Apes Before Imprisoning Apes movement (Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back movie)
- Laboratorio Biológico Industrial (Guatemala, biologic laboratories)
- Lactic Acid Bacteria Industrial Platform (business organization for research)
- Latin American Business Link
- Lighting A Billion Lives (New Delhi, India)
- Los Angeles Baseball League (California)
- Laboratoires d'Analyses de Biologie Médicale (French: Analytical Laboratories of Medical Biology)
- Low Administrative Backup Mode (computing)
- Laboratory Management Information System
- Labour Provider's Management Information System (UK)
- Local Area Branching Node
- Los Alamos National Laboratory (closed circuit television network)
- Landscape Architecture Body of Knowledge Study
Samples in periodicals archive:
Los Angeles-based Peter Griffith was profiled in the July 24 Los Angeles Business Journal .
Irvine-based Rick Smetanka, Santa Monica-based Scott Farb, Los Angeles-based Harvey Bookstein, Costa Mesa-based Christopher Tower, Los Angeles-based Michael Gillmore, John Davis, Philip Sutton, Doug McEachern, Irvine-based Tom O'Rourke and Newport Beach-based Ernest Miranda were quoted in the May 1 Los Angeles Business Journal .
Net worth: Set at $700 million by Los Angeles Business Journal in June.
Online direct marketing agency WebMetro receives recognition from Los Angeles Business Journal as the third fastest growing minority-owned business in the region.