NY-based Chamber Creates Virtual Expo to Support Black Businesses Feb 26
By: WA Public Relations Company
Expo sponsors include Tmobile and Fidelis Care.
The theme for this year's expo is Educate & Elevate – The African American Business Expo is an opportunity for local businesses, entrepreneurs, and organizations to come together to network, promote their products/services and find resources in one location. Whether you're interested in starting a new business or expanding one, this is one event you don't want to miss!
Our 2019 Virtual African American Business Expo continues to build on our campaign to Retool, Refocus, and Rebuild Black Business in New York State. As New York State's largest African American Chamber of Commerce the our chamber (LIAACC) has raised the bar for what it means to be a black chamber in New York State.
As part of our campaign to Retool, Refocus and Rebuild Black Businesses in New York State our chamber has partnered with Customers Bank to get qualified businesses to apply for the 2nd Round of PPP Loans. Subscribe https://www.youtube.com/
"We know our road to recovery as a business community would be much more difficult without establishing partnerships such as the one we have embarked upon with Customers Bank," added Andrews. "Together, we are looking forward to helping many more small businesses than either organization could achieve on their own."
To learn more about the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, visit www.liaacc.org.
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The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. serves the counties of Kings, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk.
LI African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. President addressing attendees during National Small Business Week in NYC on the occasion of being named 2019 Small Business Champion
For more information and registration details you may visit facebook online @ LI African American Chamber of Commerce Small Business Expo | Facebook or visit the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.'s event list on its website at LIAACC'S VIRTUAL BUSINESS EXPO to secure vending table or to register for general admission. This is an event you don't want miss!