New York, New York – The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. pioneering ways are impacting the growth potential of small business owners in New York State. New York State’s largest African American Chamber of Commerce LIAACC (Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.) is taking a proactive approach to empowering African American Businesses in New York State through its campaign to retool, refocus and rebuild Black Wall Street.
We are requesting business owners and professional service providers to join our movement as leading chamber of commerce in New York State fostering small business growth in the region. The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is not only the people’s champion.
In 2019 the New York District Office of the United States Small Business Administration names LIAACC as the 2019 Small Business Champion for 14 counties in Downstate, New York. As the 2019 Champion for the New York District Office of the United States Small Business Administration we would like to take the time to highlight a few of our success stories at the chamber.
Angela Gibbs, CPCP – Honored at The Boss- the Experience of Black Business Documentary Screening and 2019 LIAACC Women’s History Month program honoring 2019 Small Business honorees. Angela Gibbs is one of Long Island Business News’ 2019 Top Influential Women on Long Island Award Winners –Photo Left to Right – Anissa D. Moore, President of City Council, Long Beach New York and Angela Gibbs, CPCP
Angela Gibbs, CPCP – Angela Gibbs is the founder and lead artist for COSBEAU Ink, a permanent makeup studio where are our natural tattoo designs have transformative effects on our client’s lives.
Well trained by renown artists on face and body tattoo techniques, Angela possesses a host of certifications, awards, and experience to create a memorable experience for her multi ethnic clientele.
Her kind and consultative approach is well received by her clients who regard her as a caring knowledgeable artist. Visit: https://www.cosbeauink.com/
ButterMEssentials A Natural Hair and Body Company
Vayden Pinnock and Mrs. Negesti Pinnock – ButterMEssentials is a family owned company run by Mrs. Negesti Pinnock and her husband and partner Vayden Pinnock.
ButterMEssentials line of products includes hair, bath and body products for women, men and children. Bath and body products are made to make your skin feel silky. Customers have been providing great reviews for our products; as our products focus on the nourishment of the hair and skin. Visit: http://buttermessentials.com/?afmc=5g
Georgia Woodbine – Georgia Woodbine is one of the top women speakers worldwide in the areas of personal and professional development. Visit www.georgiawoodbine.com to view her entire catalog of products and services. Visit www.georgiawoodbine.com
About – The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. an affiliate of the US Black Chambers, Inc. and has been featured on WABC Here and Now, NBC Positively Black, and Black Enterprise BE Modern Man. New York State’s largest African American Chamber of Commerce LIAACC (Long Island African American Chamber, Inc.) is a shining example of chamber development and its impact on the regional and local area that it is chartered to serve in New York State.
Since its inception in 2010; LIAACC has continued to grow significantly in numbers, along with increasing its impact on its service territory. LIAACC helps small business owners in the areas of access to capital, technical assistance, advocacy, and entrepreneurial training.
For more information regarding Membership, Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities, or to be placed on the email list of the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. email us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us @ 347-475-7158. To become a member today log on to https://liaacc.org/join-liaacc/#join