Supplier in the Spotlight: Event Party Productions

March 25 | By James Gleason
Equal parts inspiration and planning, it's not easy to plan a flawless event, but Jessica Lam of Jesilam Enterprises and Event Party Productions has cracked the code! Jessica shares what led her to found her own business, why she loves party planning, and her journey as a trans business owner. Event Party Productions in the Spotlight
 

Supplier in the Spotlight: Translator

March 19 | By Cindi Creager
Translator delivers what it describes as “the world's most advanced Diversity & Inclusion training system for corporations, schools, and non-profits.” The certified LGBTBE has been in operation since 2016.
 

Supplier in the Spotlight: Bee Wild

February 26 | By James Gleason
We've certified over 1100 LGBTBEs, or LGBT Business Enterprises, but Bee Wild might be our first LGBT "Bee" E! Dedicated to raising bees for three generations, Bee Wild founder John Wright is newly certified but is buzzing with excitement over the opportunities LGBTBE certification can offer his business. Read how John is taking his business to the next level through his LGBTBE certification below.
 

Supplier in the Spotlight: Basic White Shirt

February 13 | By James Gleason
It's no surprise that A-list celebrities have a team of people dedicated to making them look beautiful. But who is dedicated to that team? In steps Basic White Shirt, a creative talent agency that represents the hair and make-up artists to the stars.  Basic White Shirt In The Spotlight:
 

Stay Warm This Winter With These 6 LGBTBEs Brewing Coffee & Tea

January 25 | By James Gleason
With cold weather settling in across the country, we're coming up on the chilliest part of the winter season. And what better way to warm up than with a hot cup of coffee or tea? Plus, by supporting one of the LGBTBEs listed below, you'll also get that warm, fuzzy feeling that comes with supporting an LGBT-owned business. 
 

Meet the 2018 Supplier of the Year: Heels & Hardhats Contracting

November 9 | By James Gleason
Jackie and Cyndi Richter founded Heels & Hardhats Contracting in 2010, after struggling to find work in construction and contracting after Jackie’s transition. By overcoming discrimination to found a successful business, Heels & Hardhats Contracting is a shining example of a successful LGBTBE and a business that has been able to weave diversity and inclusion into the foundation of their business model.

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