Tuesday, January 8, 2013

How to Do Business With the Financial Services Industry

The NGLCC is excited to announce an education event for LGBT business owners seeking opportunities within the financial services industry, to be held in conjunction with our annual Financial Services Diversity Leadership Awards (FSDLA).



The financial services industry is one of the largest and most vital sectors in the U.S., particularly in New York.  Pursuing contracting opportunities in this industry can be extremely beneficial for a diverse supplier, but it helps to have the inside track!

The FSDLA recognizes firms who have made notable contributions to diversity and inclusion efforts in the world of financial services in the last year. We have invited representatives from these outstanding companies to participate in a panel session to share their insights on successful business development in the financial services arena.

If wish to attend this session, please RSVP to me at mmarkle@nglcc.org at your earliest convenience. There is no cost to attend this event.

Additionally, tickets are still available for our reception on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on the evening of Monday, January 14th. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click this link: http://www.nglcc.org/node/12533. Tickets to the floor reception are $300.

How to Do Business With the Financial Services Industry
Tuesday, January 15th, 8AM – 10AM
US Bank
461 5th Avnue (between 40th and 41st)

Panelists:
Margaret Klinsport
Director, Supplier Diversity
Allstate Insurance

Marcia Seymour
Senior Manager Procurement Corporate Responsibility, Program & Change, Strategic Sourcing Group
TD Bank Group


Dianna Porter
Strategic Sourcing, Performance and Diversity Manager
Toyota Financial Services 

Amber Simpson
Vice President & Manager, National Multicultural Markets, Community Affairs
US Bank

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