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Boston | Small Business Administration | February 17, 2016 Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito joined representatives from the Boston district office of the U.S. Small Business Administration and the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce at a workshop for regional […]

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Out Professional Executive Networking Event

Empire Restaurant & Lounge | Boston | February 23, 2016 Over 170 LGBT business people gathered at Out Professional Executive Networking’s (OPEN) February meet-up, where Freedom Massachusetts Field Director Jeanmarie Gossard delivered an empowering speech on how we can all […]

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Business leaders brainstorm after Greater Boston Business Council closes its doors

(Editor’s note: This article appears in the current May/June 2016 print edition of Boston Spirit magazine. Subscribe for free today.) Nothing endures but change—it’s one of those ancient phrases uttered by Greek philosophers that still rings true today. The sentiment […]

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THE LGBT BUSINESS WEEK (2/7/2016): Italian media awards, Manchester United’s rainbow laces, Indiana fails, Harvard Business Review, and global events

Here’s the first week of February’s LGBT Business Report: a weekly round-up of news of consequence to the LGBT business professional community. This week in: NEWS: Italian LGBT media awards / Rainbow shoelaces for Manchester United soccer team / Indiana fails; FEATURED CONTENT: […]

27% of LGBT workers feel comfortable being out in their workplace

LGBT Business Report This Week 1/30/16: The FAA, Dot Gay, Grindr, Rentboy, and missives from Indiana, Missouri & Michigan

This week’s round-up of news of consequence to the queer professional community: missives from The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Dot Gay, Grindr, Rentboy, and Indiana, Missouri, and Michigan. FAA removes “disorder” label from transgender pilots First, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) removed the word “disorder” […]

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The Rise of the Out LGBT Business Person

Something interesting happened on the way to marriage equality. It was businesses who quietly led the way. It’s all well and good to praise Obergefell and Goodridge and Mary Bonauto and all those civil rights heros. But it’s worth considering […]

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29 New England corps rated ‘Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality’ in 2016 HRC index

Twenty-nine New England-based corporations received perfect scores of 100 percent on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index, the national benchmarking survey and report administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, which calls its top-score winners “The Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality” in […]

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Largest LGBT entrepreneurial group to network at Cambridge Innovation Center

Boston-area LGBT entrepreneurs unite! The happening spot for the area’s LGBT start-up community is Venture Cafe on the fifth floor of the Cambridge Innovation Center, where StartOut hosts its networking events—the largest in the area for LGBT business people, from the curious to the […]

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Governor Baker issues first-in-nation executive order for LGBT businesses

Massachusetts is once again the first state in the nation in recognizing LGBT rights and this time it’s especially great news for the business community. Governor Charlie Baker has issued an executive order to include certified LGBT business enterprises in […]

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Investment advisors increasingly court LGBT households

For better or for worse, investment managers are taking a closer look at the LGBT community after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of marriage equality earlier this year. An October 27 article in Institutional Investor magazine, advised investors “to court […]

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