Brings Local Opportunities to Long Island Employers
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and the Office of Minority Affairs – in partnership with the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency – today announced that a Minority and Women Business Owner Networking Seminar will take place at 9 a.m. on Thursday, September 17th at the African American Museum, located at 110 N. Franklin Street in Hempstead. The free seminar – sponsored by the Hempstead Chamber of Commerce and the Caribbean Business Connection (CBC) of Long Island – is designed to assist business owners with registering, obtaining certification and procuring government contracts.
“Our mission is simple: we need to create and keep jobs here in Nassau County, and one of the ways we can do that is by giving businesses the vital information and resources they need in order to succeed,” said County Executive Mangano. “I was pleased to see so many small business owners and representatives from the public and private sectors fostering partnerships and working together.”
Participating panelists in the workshop included representatives from the CBC, Hempstead Chamber of Commerce, Nassau County Office of Minority Affairs and Nassau County Industrial Development Agency. A free host breakfast will be provided by LL Dent.
To attend the free Minority and Women Business Owner Networking Seminar, please contact RSVP@NassauIDA.org.