NGLCC LGBT-Owned Business Enterprise Certification Info Session
Learn how you can grow your business by becoming a NGLCC Certified LGBTBE business and how to breeze through the application process.
About this event
Could your business be missing out on clients? Get in front of more B2B customers by receiving the NGLCC Certified LGBTBE®️ designation.
The NGLCC is the exclusive, third-party certification body that verifies that eligible businesses are majority-owned by LGBT individuals, and subsequently grants Certified LGBT Business Enterprise®️ (Certified LGBTBE®️) designation to such businesses as part of its LGBT Supplier Diversity Initiative.
Certified LGBTBE®️ companies are routinely sought after by NGLCC Corporate Partners who are looking to increase their spend with the LGBT business community through an internal, proprietary database. Certified LGBTBE®️ companies are also eligible for scholarship programs, mentorship and leadership training, and other business development tools.
Join this session to learn more about the many benefits of certification and about how to apply, with time to ask an NGLCC representative questions about the process.
About the NGLCC:
The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the business voice of the LGBT community, is the only national advocacy organization dedicated to expanding economic opportunities for the LGBT business community.
NGLCC is the exclusive third-party certifying body for Certified LGBT Business Enterprise®️ (Certified LGBTBE®️) companies. Over 1/3 of Fortune 500 recognize this certification and partner with NGLCC to create fully LGBT-inclusive supply-chains.
The LGBT business owners NGLCC represents generate over $1.7 trillion in economic impact, create jobs and innovate business solutions nationwide. Additionally, NGLCC is the leading public policy advocate working to include Certified LGBTBE®️ businesses in procurement opportunities at the federal, state and local level. NGLCC Global is expanding its reach to five continents, bridging economic opportunity and LGBTI human rights worldwide.