December 5 | Joanna Dees
October 30 | Sam McClure
October 24 | Sam McClure
December 5 | By Joanna Dees
The NGLCC International Programs Department has a new and expanded mandate to expand LGBT-owned businesses reach to the 95 percent of the world’s consumers living outside the United States. The NGLCC Trade Mission and Summit of the Americas to Mexico City from March 11 to March 14, 2014 is intended to dramatically increase the visibility and capacity of LGBT-o
October 30 | By Sam McClure
Call Your Senators about the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (S. 815)
October 24 | By Sam McClure
We are proud to announce the appointment of two new Regional Chairs to leadership of the NGLCC Council of Chambers and Business Organizations (CCBO): Ceci Gratias, board member of the Austin Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC) and Lisa Howe, executive director of the
October 16 | By Marcus Markle
Kansas City usually attracts visitors with dazzling fountains, hot jazz, and tasty BBQ—and now it has another attraction: LGBT business.
October 10 | By Guest Blogger
Paquita Wiggins is the embodiment of the goals we can achieve with just the right mix of entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for realizing a dream.
October 9 | By Phil Giorgianni
Two weeks ago, Team NGLCC attended an extraordinary outreach event for the LGBT business community hosted by the visionary Transbay Center Project in San Francisco, California.
October 8 | By Laura Berry
October 7 | By Justin Nelson and Chance Mitchell
Despite the malaise of the government shutdown, the nation should embrace healthcare for all people by enrolling in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) Health Insurance Marketplace. What does this mean for you? Want to know more about the marketplace exchanges and what it can mean for you?
October 1 | By Justin Nelson
I have been in Washington, D.C. for almost 20 years and have never been more disgusted with the partisan gridlock than I am today. Every single member that has an “R”,”D”, or increasingly “I” behind their name should be ashamed of this continued brinksmanship that damages our national psyche and hurts our economic recovery.
September 25 | By Brandon Schenk
As an advocacy organization, NGLCC works to strengthen and support LGBT business people and their businesses. NGLCC is excited to announce the selected participants for the inaugural LGBTBE Strategic Growth & Development Institute scheduled to begin Monday, November 18. This group of LGBTBEs® will challenge themselves over the three days of the institute, facilitated in partnership with Pelham Associates and prestigious faculty from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Please join the NGLCC in welcoming the class of 2013: