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
 

NGLCC Global Spotlight on Agents of Change: The Phluid Project and LGBTI Inclusion

June 20 | By Alexandra Parker
  This piece is part three of a three-part series, which highlights the work of NGLCC’s partners to advance the well-being and economic empowerment of the global LGBTI community.
 

Finalists Announced for 2019 LGBT Biz Pitch Competition

June 19 | By Amol Pandit
Radimo Dan OwensWith a range of products for different body types, skin tones, and gender identities, Radimo is a gender-fluid clothing marketplace and inclusion consulting agency redefining traditional fashion and shopping standards. Radimo gives you the ability to support products designed, customized, and handmade by marginalized individuals and business owners. By encouraging accessibility, affordability, and confidence in personal presentation, Radimo is here to help you become your best you. Learn more at https://www.radimo.la.
 

4 Ways to Maximize Your Certification in the New Year

January 9 | By James Gleason
A new year brings new opportunities for your LGBT Business Enterprise (LGBTBE)! Your LGBTBE certification is a valuable tool and provides your business with access to a variety of resources through NGLCC and our 200+ corporate partners. Here are some easy ways to take advantage of your LGBTBE certification and make the most of NGLCC's resources in 2019:
 

5 Things To Look Forward to During NGLCC Global LGBTI Business Week 2018

November 12 | By James Gleason
NGLCC Global LGBTI Business Week is here! The week is jam-packed with programming, so here's your cheat sheet to getting the most out of the week. 
 

10 Tips To Make The Most Out Of Matchmaking

October 25 | By James Gleason
Matchmaking can be an intimidating experience. How do you frame your business in the best light? What makes an LGBTBE successful at turning a quick meeting into a years-long professional relationship? While we can't guarantee that an LGBTBE will walk out of a matchmaking experience with a contract or offer for future business, it is a crucial component of initial relationship building and a great way to make a good first impression on a potential future sourcing partner.
 

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!   
 

CVS Health Offers Executive Learning Series for Diverse Suppliers

May 17 | By Natalie Rojas
NGLCC is pleased to announce that CVS Health is currently accepting applications for their 2016 CVS Health: Executive Learning Series for Diverse Suppliers.  
 

LGBTBE in the Spotlight: Social Driver

December 10 | By Andy DiAntonio
Social Driver, led by business partners and husbands Thomas Sanchez and Anthony Shop, is a marketing agency that uses social-fueled strategies to drive next-generation results. Social Driver works with leading corporations and nonprofit organizations to connect with their audiences online through social media campaigns, websites, and data visualizations. Social Driver serves major clients across the country and around the globe and was named the 7th fastest growing marketing agency in the United States by Agency 100.  
 

Trans-Inclusive Policies

August 25 | By Andy DiAntonio
As the LGBT community vigorously fought for marriage equality over the past several years, the NGLCC’s standpoint was firm and clear: Marriage equality is good for business. Now that the fight has been won and the nation is shifting its focus to other LGBT issues, the NGLCC continues to provide insight into the economic and business side of the movement. While most advocacy organizations form their arguments primarily on moral grounds, the NGLCC is unique in its viewpoint and expands the foundation for LGBT rights and protections.  

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