Non-profit group means business

January 9, 2013 by  

Tomorrow afternoon in Hempstead, New York, 100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc. will be hosting its Mean Business Small Biz Forum.

The event will be hosted at the African American Museum. Beginning at 12:30 in the afternoon, it will run for roughly two hours. Those who wish to attend should register in advance, and there is a $35 admission fee. Attendees can also purchase Exhibitor Table or Small Business Sponsorship tickets at $100 and $300 respectively.

100 Black Men of Long Island, Inc. was founded in 1974 and is a non-profit group with the mission of improving the quality of life in Nassau and Suffolk counties. It supports the development of education, healthcare, and economic systems, contributing to them when possible. Many of its meetings are seminars that include speakers such as elected officials, successful businessmen, or educational leaders. The hope is to continue to support and develop opportunities for upward mobility in the community through these program,s as well as the organization’s highly developed business networks.

The organization may call on print companies to create informational brochures to pass on to those who attend the event. It may also want to create flyers and other promotional materials to alert those who are interested in the event. People may want to travel in from nearby areas such as Garden City, Mineola, or Levittown. Those in attendance may also go to print companies to get business cards so that they can mingle more effectively with those who are present.