YOU’RE INVITED TO OWN YOUR POWER!
Need help in starting your business?
Want to make your established business grow?
The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is proud to partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to host Many Faces. One Dream., an economic empowerment tour for communities of color with a focus on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) population. East Bay Stonewall Board Members Darryl Moore, Berkeley City Council member, and Peggy Moore, Political Consultant, are one of the Bay Area Convening Partners.
April 21–22, 2014
Marriott Oakland City Center
Many Faces. One Dream. seeks to bring focus on the economic power, innovation and creativity in the small business sphere among LGBT communities of color.
For only $25, you will receive more than $500 of valuable training and resources that will take your business to the next level. During this two-day conference, attendees will be divided into two tracks: “Starting Your Business” and “Taking Your Business to the Next Level.” In the first track, training will be provided on the key elements of a business plan, loans, marketing, and SBA’s program and services. The second track will be geared toward LGBT entrepreneurs who are currently in business but want to expand and grow.
Despite the challenges gay and transgender people face, LGBT communities of color represent a growing segment of aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners. Rich with ideas and talent, LGBT men and women are creating and leading their own companies. Many Faces. One Dream. expands the conversation from economic security to economic empowerment and bankability. Register to attend TODAY!
We look forward to seeing you there!