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In May 2015, Hiroki Inaba, vice president of Goldman Sachs Japan Co.'s legal department, came out as gay, after almost 13 years with the company and 10 yea
BSTRO, an LGBT/Woman-owned digital marketing agency in San Francisco, Vancouver, and New York, announced a partnership with the National Association of Minority and Women-Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) this week, to elevate their online presence and branding to better reflect their organization.
Check out some of our latest updates for June 2017, LGBTQ Pride Month around the world! We'll be in Southern California in June, both for Orange County Pride and to conduct a workshop focused on how to maximize your company's outreach on Twitter.
Also learn more about our #ILoveGay Ambassador program, as well as other LGBT business events coming to the US and Canada this summer.
Articles, stories & videos from some of the LGBT movers and shakers from the San Francisco business community.
Growing Organization Attracts Industry Experts - The LGBT Meeting Professionals Association (LGBT MPA) announces Alexis Dinyovszky and Richard Gray are new members of their board of directors. Dinyovszky is the President of the Board of Directors for the Southern Comfort (SoCo) Conference Organization and Gray is the Managing Director for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau. Both executives bring years of experience in the LGBT professional community.
Entrepreneurs urged to use networking, workshops, their own diversity to boost their businesses
Chinese company Beijing Kunlun Tech has announced on Tuesday that it will acquire remaining 38.47% stake in the world's largest gay social network app Grindr for $152m.
Options, Rhode Island’s longest running LGBT publication, is marking its 35th anniversary. To celebrate, the publication put on a gala celebration in downtown Providence on May 20, 2017. The publication has undergone many changes through the years, starting as a newsletter produced in conjunction with AIDS Care Ocean State and evolving into a glossy monthly magazine. “The dedication of our volunteers is the only reason Options has survived,” Kyle McKendall, the publication’s executive director, said while mingling with writers, readers and other supporters.
Interview with: Publisher Gricel M. Ocasio and Editor in Chief Nicole C. Lashomb, the publication’s co-founders
OutClique, a glossy monthly LGBT publication based in Miami, began life as a website three years ago. Steven Evans, the CEO and editor in chief, along with Darren Loll, chief information officer, came up with the concept for the magazine.
Pennsylvania Department of General Services Deputy Secretary for Diversity, Inclusion and Small Business Opportunities Kerry L. Kirkland today announced that BBC Research & Consulting (Browne, Bortz & Coddington) of Denver, CO has been awarded the contract to conduct Pennsylvania's first-ever comprehensive disparity study on small diverse businesses in state government contracting.
Limited-Edition No. 21 Packaging Further Celebrates Love and Acceptance by Donating $1 from Every Bottle Made to the Human Rights Campaign
An event for businesses looking to expand domestic and global opportunities. In collaboration with the US-based National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the Summit will expand business…