Get To Know NGLCC's First LGBTBE Presenting Sponsor: American Meetings, Inc.

July 19 | By Jonathan Lovitz
American Meetings, Inc.'s leaders, Todd Bludworth & Andy McNeill, recently sat with Team NGLCC to discuss their success and what led them to be the first LGBTBE Presenting Sponsor of the NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference:   What impact has certification had on AMI’s business? The certification focused AMI on developing a long term diversity and procurement strategy.   This strategy is important as many contracts in our business are contracted through procurement. It also expanded our Tier 2 Strategy around downstream vendors increasing their opportunity.
 

Supplier in the Spotlight: Zippy Dogs

June 27 | By Jonathan Lovitz
Elise Lindborg and Kelli Henderson started ZippyDogs in June of 2000 with the mission to create cost-effective promotional products and creative branding material for businesses. With a drive for marketing, along with an experienced team of passionate leaders to back it up, ZippyDogs has been creating thoughtful branding for almost two decades.
 

Supplier in the Spotlight: Socio

May 4 | By Jonathan Lovitz
Jeremy Bellman and Gonzo Araya created Socio to help sourcing professionals, their stakeholders, and suppliers work together as partners – an expression of the passion they have for helping people work better together.  
 

NGLCC Announces Honorees for 2016 NGLCC National Dinner

November 10 | By Andy DiAntonio
Over 900 LGBT and allied leaders in business, policy, and advocacy convene November 18th, 2016 in Washington to honor outstanding achievements in the LGBT business community.   Washington, D.C. – The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the business voice of the LGBT community, has announced the outstanding leaders in the LGBT business community who will be honored on Friday, November 18th at the 2016 National Dinner Awards in Washington, DC, co-presented by IBM and Marriott International.  
 

National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Endorses Hillary Clinton for President

August 26 | By Andy DiAntonio
Largest LGBT Economic Organization Announces First Ever Endorsement Citing Clinton’s Record on Small Business and LGBT Progress   August 26th, 2016  
 

Finalists Announced for 2016 LGBT Biz Pitch Competition

August 10 | By Andy DiAntonio
Eastside Women’s Health Center Kristina Chamberlain, CNM, ARNP, IBCLC and Jennifer Jimenez, CNM Eastside Women's Health Center offers gynecology, lactation, family building, acupuncture and massage therapy services to the community with specific focus on the LGBTQ and single parent by choice communities. We blend Eastern and Western medicine to optimize and improve health. Learn more at http://www.eastsidewomenshealth.com/.   Loud Hailer Jack Chen
 

NGLCC Launches 2016 Conference App

August 3 | By Andy DiAntonio
Revolutionize Your Conference Experience with the interactive 2016 NGLCC Conference App
 

Newest Addition to Conference...LGBTbiz Talks

August 3 | By Andy DiAntonio
Join three of America’s leading LGBT innovators in tech, research, and advertising as they explore the importance of connecting your identity and experience to your business.  Designed to help you think bigger during the 2016 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference, these speakers are guaranteed to move and inspire you to take your business—and your connections—to a higher level.  Be sure to join the conversation live during the talks using #NGLCC16 on your Conference App!   
 

NGLCC Hosts LGBT Caucus Celebration at DNC in Philly

August 3 | By Andy DiAntonio
On July 28th, the final day of the Democratic National Convention, NGLCC, in partnership with the DNC LGBT Caucus, hosted a star-studded celebration in honor of the historic Democratic nominee for President of the United States and the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce and the Democratic National Committee to include certified LGBT-owned businesses as suppliers for the 2016 Democratic National Convention. The DNC has fundamentally raised the visibility of, and opportunities for, our community's leaders and voices.

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