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October 19 | Sarah Jester
June 25 | By Kaela Roeder
There are many factors to consider when it comes to starting a business. What is the best way to get your name out? How should I network with other businesses? We at the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) looked to our friends at Forbes for some advice, and put our own #LGBTbiz spin on the tips and tricks we found. 1. Build a Network
June 20 | By Kaela Roeder
(Martha Stewart speaking at the 2018 NGLCC International Business and Leadership Conference)
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.
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.
June 17 | By Kaela Roeder
Our Co-Founder & CEO, Chance Mitchell, once stated “Economic and social visibility go hand-in-hand as we march toward equality and opportunity for all.”
June 17 | By Kaela Roeder
Co-Founder and President Justin Nelson at the 2018 NGLCC International Business and Leadership Conference
June 12 | By Alexandra Parker
Beth Brooke-Marciniak (pictured above), Global Vice Chair of Public Policy; Diversity and Inclusiveness sponsor at EY, at the 2018 Global LGBTI Business Week
June 11 | By Jonathan Lovitz
In May 2019, NGLCC Co-Founder and President Justin Nelson sat down with Associated Press (AP) business reporter Joyce Rosenberg to discuss the importance of LGBT business owners obtaining their Certified LGBT Business Enterprise® (Certified LGBTBE®) designation from the NGLCC. Members of NGLCC's Platinum Circle of Certified LGBTBEs®, including Columbia Consulting, Equator Coffee & Teas, and Heels & Hardhats Construction, were profiled for this piece that celebrates the impact of America's LGBT entrepreneurs.
June 4 | By Alexandra Parker
Nedra Dickson, Managing DIrector & GLobal Supplier Inclusion & Sustainability Lead at Accenture, at the2017 NGLCC Global LGBTI Business Week, at the U.N. Foundation
May 15 | By Jonathan Lovitz