Tuesday, August 7, 2012

NGLCCNY Announces New Members



NGLCCNY Announces New Members for
January through June 2012
Fast-Paced Growth Trend Continues at New York’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce
New York, NY (July 24, 2012) – The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce New York (NGLCCNY) is seeing steady membership growth in 2012. Forty-six businesses joined New York’s LGBT Chamber from January through June 2012. This is a 64% increase over the 28 new memberships produced in the first half of 2011.

“Our growth is natural given the high quality of programming and business results our members are enjoying,” said Chamber President Richard Oceguera. “

Chamber membership is highly industry-diverse. The new members span fields ranging from film production to beauty to international economic development. An abundance of attorneys, hoteliers, event planners, public relations and marketing agencies, and human resources companies are new members this year.

“I joined NGLCCNY for more than networking – I’m here to be part of a community,” said architect Chad Smith. “My firm is expanding. We’re partnering with developers, pursuing large public works projects. Part of my reason for joining is to pursue LGBT Business Enterprise Certification that will open further avenues of opportunity.”

“I was impressed by the caliber of the Chamber members,” said Manager Michael Civello of Plum Benefits. “A local hospital was a potential client until my contact there left. I thought the deal was lost – and then I met their human resources staff at an NGLCCNY event. We’re discussing a contract now.”

NGLCCNY provides monthly professional community building and educational programming to LGBT businesses, non-profits, their allies and major corporations in New York. Visit nglccny.org to learn about membership and upcoming events.
Platinum Business Member
Zurich Insurance Group
Silver Business Member
Insignia National Title Agency
Plum Benefits
Bronze Business Members
Chad Smith Architect LLC
Eolo
Lumina Films
Hotel Pennsylvania
Copper Business Members
1-800-TRAVLER LLC
Affordable Health Plans
Anthony Termine M.D.
Balady Promotions, Inc.
Branding for the Future, LLC
Brillon Associates
CapsulePen
Diversity Partners LLC
Dorchester Collection
Etcetera Etcetera
Evolved People Media, LLC
Femworks, LLC
Fleur
Gellis Associates
Gotham-Beauty.com
GSF Technologies LLC
Hlabeard Productions
Iris Libby Recruitment Consultants, a division of Altsearch Recruitment Consultants
Jeffrey Goldman
Ken Jewell, Esq.
King Ferry Winery, Inc.
Law Office of Michael Bond
McDermott Will & Emery
Mediacy Inc
Metro Ink
Metropolis Risk Management Advisors
Odyssey Leadership
Perfect Pitch Media Relations, Inc.
Remarkable Meetings
Romer Debbas, LLP
Scholastic
Strategic Remedy
UGL Services
Non-Profit Community Partners
Non-Profit Community Partners
Anti-Violence Project
In the Life Media
Swish Pride
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
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ABOUT NGLCCNY
The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce New York (NGLCCNY) provides valuable business development opportunities and educational resources to LGBT and allied businesses in the New York Metro area. As the official New York affiliate chamber of Washington, DC-based National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, NGLCCNY is the voice of thousands of LGBT-owned businesses and actively promotes and creates supplier diversity and procurement opportunities for its growing base of corporate partners and business members. For more information, visit www.nglccny.org
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