The Innovative Student: NGLCC Develops Programs Tailored for LGBT Business Success

September 25 | By Brandon Schenk
As an advocacy organization, NGLCC works to strengthen and support LGBT business people and their businesses. NGLCC is excited to announce the selected participants for the inaugural LGBTBE Strategic Growth & Development Institute scheduled to begin Wednesday, March 26, 2014. This group of LGBTBEs® will challenge themselves over the three days of the institute, facilitated in partnership with Pelham Associates and prestigious faculty from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.    Please join the NGLCC in welcoming the class of 2013: 

2014 Gay Games Will Include Opportunities for LGBT Businesses

September 25 | By Laura Berry
Cleveland, OH (09/25/13) —The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) and the 2014 Gay Games are excited to announce their agreement to make 2014 the most inclusive Gay Games ever.   

TrendyMinds Cites Key NGLCC Experience as a Factor to Landing at the Top of Inc. Magazine 500 List

September 12 | By Laura Berry
LGBT Business Enterprise TrendyMinds, an Indianapolis-based agency working globally that specializes in web, advertising, and public relations, has been named to Inc. Magazine’s annual list of the 500 fastest growing private companies, landing at number 247 on the list, with an astounding three-year revenue growth of 1,757 percent.   

Join Team NGLCC to Pledge to Never Text & Drive…It Can Wait

September 12 | By Victoria Fulkerson

Nominations Open for National Dinner Awards

September 10 | By Victoria Fulkerson

Million Dollar Surprise at Dallas Conference

August 16 | By Justin Nelson

Navigating the 2013 NGLCC Conference as an Affiliate Chamber

July 24 | By Sam McClure
  Displayed amongst various certificates and family photographs in my office, I have a yellow map of the United States pinned on my wall. As the Director of Affiliate Relations and External Affairs of NGLCC, I know this map is a constant reminder that everything--the entire strength of the movement--is out there. The work of each affiliate chamber in every city around the country contributes to the endeavor for LGBT economic equality, and the NGLCC works to bring all those people, from all those places, together.