One of the nation’s preeminent business advocacy organization, the National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) announces its 24th Annual Entrepreneurial Convention, set for July 20-23, 2016, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Focused on Empowering Business Leaders for Maximum Success, the non-profit organization helps to support the development of established black owned and minority owned businesses with 300 black chamber of commerce members.
Each year nearly 300 engaged business professionals, celebrities, national entertainers and Governmental representatives attend the cutting edge conference. The Hilton New Orleans Riverside is the host hotel and the Port of New Orleans is the meeting venue. Steeped in rich history, the NBCC Convention offers entrepreneurial resources through paneled discussions, and high-level networking with successful entrepreneurs and business leaders.
“By being a trailblazer in the proliferation of business policy, innovation, technology, black business development and critical convening, we are delighted to engage influential business and world leaders who have chosen to make our Conference a must attend event every summer, in July,” said Harry C. Alford, president/CEO, NBCC.
The conference is the prime place for professional development, diverse perspectives, power packed workshops along with a unique focus on the business of African American fashion designers. This year there is a dedicated focus on career opportunities for veterans and National Guard Youth Foundation cadets on Wednesday, July 20 at the job fair. NBCC is steeped in rich history and has a long-standing commitment of being at the forefront of issues, laws and policy discussions, designed to enhance national outreach impacting black and minority professionals.