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January - Special event with Mark David Gibson, Regions Bank ribbon cutting

December - New Silver Corporate Partner Comcast, happy holidays

November- New Chamber site, sponsorship opportunities and more

October- Chamber Board Chair transition, SBA Strategic Partnership

September- UH Small Biz Development Workshops, Entrepreneurial Bootcamp

August - Thank you to corporate partners, member gets special recognition

July - Prepare for natural disasters and countdown to conference

June - Pride in Business, Pride calendar and more

April - NGLCC mentorship, Contemporary Relationships Conference

March - NGLCC Early Bird rates, Facebook workshops

February - Women's Business Workshop and Philly bound

January- Value of the gay dollar and recent event photos


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The Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce has forged a collaborative agreement with The Woodlands Pride that will serve the interests of both organizations.
According to the agreement, the Chamber and HCC are “joined by a common mission: helping start, maintain and expand small businesses.”
In a blow to the state’s economic prosperity, Texas receives the worst rating in the new State Equality Index from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation and the Equality Federation Institute.
Gary Wood to step down as Chair, Tammi Wallace to assume position in January 2019.
"The Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce is deeply disappointed by the actions of the El Tiempo restaurant chain on Friday after a visit at one of their locations from U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce denounces the Trump Administration’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, which has provided hope for many young people seeking to live free and openly in this country.
Along with our partner, the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), we call on the Texas Legislature to abandon anti-LGBT legislation and get back to supporting business and growing our economy.
Along with our partners we recognize SB6, the “Texas Privacy Act” as nothing more than legislated discrimination against the transgender community.
The Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce is celebrating its first anniversary and marking significant achievements in its first full year.
As Houston prepares to host the Super Bowl, at least six local LGBT-owned businesses are reaping the rewards of Houston hosting the big game, thanks to a new chamber of commerce and the NFL’s commitment to diversity.
A group of local business leaders have launched a new chamber of commerce in Houston aimed at increasing economic opportunity for LGBT-owned area businesses.

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