Why You Should Volunteer at Conference

July 8 | By Allyson Parco
Want to contribute your skills to the economic development of the LGBT+ community? Interested in business leadership, human rights, and diversity initiatives? Here are five reasons why you should volunteer for the 2019 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference on August 13-16!
 

4 MORE Reasons to Go to the 2019 International Business and Leadership Conference.

July 2 | By Allyson Parco
Registrations to the 2019 NGLCC International Business and Leadership Conference are nearly sold out--- but there’s still time for YOU to get in on all the game-changing action for your business! Here are four (out of many)  reasons why this year’s Conference cannot be missed. 1. Increase Your Network of Personal & Professional Contacts
 

How To Keep Up Your Post-Conference Momentum

August 18 | By Justin Nelson
Hello NGLCC Family! We hope you are recovering nicely from the exuberant experience that is our annual International Business and Leadership Conference.
 

NGLCC Honors Irwin Drucker with Inaugural NGLCC Legacy Award

August 15 | By Jonathan Lovitz
NGLCC Co-Founders Justin Nelson (President) and Chance Mitchell (CEO) recognized the tireless dedication and leadership of former NGLCC Board of Directors member Irwin Drucker during the record-breaking 2017 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference. For his decades of work supporting the LGBT business community, Irwin was awarded the first-ever NGLCC Legacy Award.
 

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.
 

NGLCC Remembers Pulse, One Year Later

June 9 | By Jonathan Lovitz
A year ago this week the NGLCC community was heartbroken by a senseless attack on our community at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. We mourned, and still mourn, for those taken and offer love and support to the survivors and their families still in need of healing. Our national chamber network continues to stand firmly in support of our local affiliate chamber, MBA Orlando, as they continue to work with other Central Florida based LGBT organizations to keep our community safe and connected. 

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