Nuttin Ordinary: Certifiably Delicious

November 30 | By
Like many of our NGLCC Certified LGBTBE® suppliers, Nuttin Ordinary has transformed their own personal experience to create a product that positively impacts the lives of their customers. Nuttin Ordinary is a husband-husband owned and operated company founded on the idea of creating clean, simple ingredient-based foods that provide nutritional value and taste great.
 

Rhode Island Service Company: Providing Paralegal Services

November 30 | By
The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) takes pride in our ability to bring together our LGBT business owners even during times like these. Rhode Island Service Company (RISC), a company providing paralegal services to corporate legal departments and small law firms, is just one Certified LGBTBE® that has been able to use this unprecedented time to their advantage.
 

Certified LGBTBE® Otis Dental Makes Smiling and Investing Easy

October 29 | By Kaela Roeder
At the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce, we are proud to highlight LGBT-owned businesses whose work makes direct differences in people’s lives. For Andrew Lee, founder of OTIS Dental, his company’s work is personal.
 

Sustainable Strategies PLLC: Innovation in the Sustainability Space

October 21 | By
When it comes to fighting the battle against climate change, NGLCC Certified LGBTBE® suppliers are no strangers to the importance of sustainability. Sustainable Strategies PLLC is one certified business paving the way for companies to help identify and manage sustainable innovation. “As educators, we create and deliver educational content and training materials on a variety of topics related to sustainability and health and wellness,” explained founder Nicole DeNamur.
 

Küster Design: Providing Unique Design Solutions

October 21 | By
At the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), we certify LGBT-owned businesses that are just starting out, as well as those that have a very long history. That is the case for Küster Design, which is a 75-year-old Indianapolis based family business with its third-generation owner. “Not very many family owned firms make it past generation two,” said owner & president James Kuester. 
 

MatchMakers: How to Make the Most of Virtual Networking

October 16 | By Sarah Jester
Last month, a series of Certified LGBT Business Enterprise® (Certified LGBTBE®) suppliers participated in a virtual MatchMakers event with a wide range of NGLCC Corporate Partners. Each supplier had 15 minutes to chat and network with corporate and federal supplier diversity representatives before moving onto their next meeting.
 

NGLCC Sip & Pitch Fridays: September 25, 2020

October 5 | By Sarah Jester
On September 25, 2020, the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and Johnson & Johnson were proud to present another installment of the popular Sip & Pitch Fridays program. Sip & Pitch brings business leaders together for a chance to informally present their business to a panel of experts and their fellow business owners for positive feedback and new ideas.
 

The Phluid Project: The intersections of fashion and inclusion

August 19 | By Kaela Roeder
LGBT-owned businesses continually reflect the values we hold most dear at the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC): perhaps most important of them being a dedication to inclusion in all sectors of life. Rob Smith, the founder and CEO of the Phluid Project, is no exception to living up to those values!
 

Skidmore Consulting LLC: Providing Innovative Services

August 14 | By Sarah Jester
Why certify your LGBT-owned business? For Dr. Sarah Skidmore of Skidmore Consulting LLC, the answer was simple. “[I] certified the innovation + leadership + marketing firm to participate in diversity programs, partake in educational opportunities, and grow business relationships,” she explained, having recently become a Certified LGBTBE® owner through NGLCC this spring. “Furthermore, during this pandemic where physical networking is not safe or possible, the NGLCC has provided a powerful series of webinars, talks, and panels that allow for discussion and connection.”

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