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NGLCC National Business & Leadership Conference(Fort Lauderdale, FL) – The NGLCC conference is the largest LGBT business development event each year and brings together more than 900 LGBT and allied entrepreneurs, business owners, corporate representatives, and LGBT chamber leaders from across the country and around the globe.

Attendees take part in three days of symposia, panel discussions, development seminars, and special events designed to generate business opportunities and build strong relationships with corporate champions and one another.

2015 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference

2015 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference


The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is excited to open registration for the 2015 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference.  This year’s conference will be held August 11-14, 2015 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and the stunning Fort Lauderdale Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa.
NGLCC Council of Chambers & Business Organizations (CCBO) Leadership Council Meeting (by invitation)
The National Chair and all Regional Chairs will convene with the NGLCC Affiliate Relations team for goal-setting and program development for the CCBO.
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM NGLCC Procurement Council Meeting (by invitation)
1:00 PM – 4:45 PM
NGLCC U – B2B Boot Camp for LGBT Certified Business Enterprises
A must-attend for first time International Business & Leadership Conference attendees, this intensive half day program transforms core business principles into actionable techniques. Participants will learn how to build a sure-fire game plan to maximize their conference experience and secure lasting business relationships.
1:00 PM – 4:45 PM
NGLCC U – Local Chamber Board of Directors Academy
Volunteer boards of directors are the heart and soul of NGLCC’s local affiliate chambers. This Academy will deliver interactive training designed to increase skills, provide inspiration and increase connection between peers. Board members will learn how to build strong sustainable local organizations by delivering value to LGBT business owners, and attracting and retaining staff.
NGLCC U – Local Chamber Staff Academy
Organizational sustainability and operational excellence for local chambers of commerce requires well-trained staff. Navigating the operations of a local chamber is a challenge. This session will deliver hands-on, tactical skill-building for membership management systems, event planning, bookkeeping, and working with volunteers and boards of directors.
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM NGLCC Corporate Advisory Council Meeting (by invitation)
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
National Legal Industry Council Roundtable
The National Legal Industry Council welcomes certified LGBT-owned law firms and legal service providers to attend our Industry Cluster Meeting Series. The program will include an intimate roundtable featuring in-house counsel from select NGLCC corporate partners, letting you hear firsthand what in-house counsel looks for in outside counsel and legal suppliers as well as allowing you to build relationships with decision makers.
4:30 PM – 5:30 PM New Corporate Partners Reception (by invitation)
4:45 PM – 5:00 PM
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Collaborating for Success: Industry Cluster Meeting Series
As a certified LGBT Business Enterprise (LGBTBE), you are part of a powerful network of business leaders. Your fellow LGBTBEs are great resources to help you grow professionally as well as grow your business. Learn more about how to work together within your industries as potential strategic partners, vendors, and clients. Attendees will hear from representatives from NGLCC Corporate Partners with insight into your specific industry. Discussions on some of the challenges facing your industry and best practice solutions will also be explored. Attend to learn how to be cutting edge in your industry.
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Welcome Reception
Presented by host affiliate:

Complimentary motor coach transportation provided by: Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau
Mix and mingle with LGBT and allied business colleagues from around the world amongst stunning works of art; an oasis removed from the outside world, the Gallery of Amazing Things, offers a realm limited only by our imagination. Discover rooms of impossibly perfect sculptures, monumental crystals, 50 million year old fossils, and a chandelier that is home to 300 porcelain fairies. Take this opportunity to connect or reconnect with friends and network with fellow attendees you’ll see over the next few days.

Wednesday, August 12

Conference Day One

Title / Description
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Morning Group Exercise/Yoga
Do you have a hard time getting focused and energized in the morning? Join us for a sunrise session of yoga! It’s the perfect way to jumpstart your body and ready your mind for the day ahead.
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Corporate/Supplier Walk & Talks
Sponsored by:
Get a healthy start to your morning and make fresh business connections with Supplier Diversity representatives and fellow entrepreneurs. Join fellow attendees for early-morning networking walks along a course through the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa. Sign up at the NGLCC Conference registration desk.
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sponsored by:

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Opening Plenary Session: Sally Hogshead Personal Branding Advantages
Your personality has a unique advantage. Once you understand this unique advantage, people are more likely to listen to you, remember you, and admire you.
What are YOUR most impressive personal qualities? When you speak, how are you most likely to impress and influence that person sitting on the other side of the table? In other words, what makes you FASCINATING?
Fascination is a state of intense focus. When you fascinate your listener, they are more likely to remember you and respect you.
How are YOU most likely to make a positive first impression?
Sally Hogshead will show you.
Sally Hogshead is the New York Times bestselling author of How the World Sees You. She developed the first science-based personal brand test, measuring 600,000 professionals.
She is one of  200 people in the world to be inducted into The Speaker Hall of Fame—the speaking industry’s highest award for professional excellence.
To become more successful, you don’t have to CHANGE who you are. You have to become MORE of who you are. Sally Hogshead will show you how
10:30 AM – 10:45 AM
10:45 AM – 12:00 PM
Breakout Sessions
Employee Resource Groups: Rethink, Revitalize and Re-engage
This session, specifically designed for corporate Employee Resource Group (ERG) members will provide insight and guidance on emerging trends and challenges facing ERGs in large corporations. Learn from a panel of experts how their ERGs have leveraged their influence to foster a more inclusive environment for LGBT employees and suppliers domestically and abroad.Level Two – Greenville Ave
How to Recruit, Retain, and Make the Most of a Millennial
In this panel discussion, corporate partners and LGBTBEs alike will discuss the challenges and opportunities in recruiting from campus. Today’s millennial generation drives social media, the adoption of new technology, ad the creation of overt 50% of the US startup industry. Millennials are innovative, ambitious, and tech-savvy; they’re quick to engage and yet quickly disinterested. Whether you’re an industry leader or small business, recruiting – and recruiting well – from college campuses can make a or break your business. This panel will focus on how to find, recruit, and make the most out of every millennial you hire our of college 
Next Level Inclusion: Expanding the Impact of your Supplier Diversity Program
What is the impact of your company’s supplier diversity program? Learn how leading companies are implementing supplier development initiatives, impacting public policies, piloting new vendor strategies, and encouraging collaboration across segments and industries. Procurement and supplier diversity leaders from NGLCC Corporate Partners will share key tools and strategies to increase spend while broadening the reach and impact of modern supplier diversity efforts.
Health is “Bottom Line Wealth”
Wellness programs have become a staple across all US industries because health insurance, employee productivity and turnover costs continue to drive down bottom live revenue. With so many choices in today’s market why do so many programs fail or fall short of expectations? Why isn’t positive effects of these programs reflected in insurance premium reductions, increased employee participation or documented results? How can you implement a successful program for your employees while reducing bottom line cost? Join Danielle Girdano as she answers all these questions and navigates how wellness programs can have high employee adherence, prominent return on investment and triumphant achievement within your company!
LGBT Market Insights: How to Leverage LGBT Demographics to Identify Growth Opportunities and Measure Results
LGBT research doesn’t have to be complicated. While LGBT study reports can sometimes appear contradictory when reported by the media, research provides a clear roadmap for businesses interested in successfully reaching the LGBT community. In this dynamic and fun session, participants will discuss various approaches researchers take when measuring the “LGBT market,” and how to interpret results for your business goals. Referencing some of the latest quantitative and qualitative research, we’ll help you mine opportunities from market segments within the LGBT community as defined by gender, generation, ethnicity and place of residence.
The State of Certification: How NGLCC is Making LGBTBEs More Powerful Than Ever
NGLCC has been busy expanding horizons and seeking new areas of growth for certified LGBT entrepreneurs. From NGLCC’s historic partnership with the SBA, corporate partners fostering new ways for supporting LGBTBE growth, and expanding platforms for B2B partnerships. Don’t miss all that is new at NGLCC and how to leverage these benefits for your business’ long-term success.
Registered International Supplier Roundtable
CCBO Session: Conference Kick-Off!
Local chamber leaders kick off their intense track of learning with an opportunity to really get to know each other’s organizations by talking about goals for their chambers, what they’re most proud of, and their biggest challenges.
12:00 PM – 12:15 PM
12:15 PM – 1:45 PM
Luncheon Plenary: Suze Orman

The National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is excited to present Suze Orman as the keynote speaker of our luncheon plenary. Called “a force in the world of personal finance” and a “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA Today, Orman is undeniably the most recognized expert on personal finance in America today. Suze Orman is a two-time Emmy Award-winning television host, the author of nine consecutive New York Times best sellers, a magazine and online columnist, writer/producer, and one of the world’s top motivational speakers. Orman, named by Forbes and Time Magazine as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful and Influential People,” currently serves as Honorary Co-Chairman of  Freedom to Marry and has worked tirelessly to make Marriage Equality a reality for all.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to hear some of Suze’s highly sought after advice during this buzz-worthy plenary session!
1:45 PM – 2:00 PM
2:00 PM – 3:15 PM
Breakout Sessions
Procurement in 2025
The procurement of goods and services for a company has rapidly become one of the most important and complex business functions in any organization. Continued hard-line focus on cost savings targets, regulatory complexity, increased focus on sustainability and reusability, a rapidly changing demand profile from consumers, all the way down to the simple availability of raw materials has all created an ever-growing tangle of business problems for Procurement and Supply Chain professionals to solve at an increasing pace. In this workshop, we will discuss ten megatrends impacting professionals within Procurement and Supply Chain and will talk about ways companies can proactively plan for and minimize negative impact to our businesses, the environments in which we live and those around us. Let’s look into the future as we discuss Procurement in 2025.
Building Your Federal Contracting Game Plan
No matter what you make or do, you can be sure that Uncle Sam buys it; but contracting with the federal government requires perseverance and meticulous planning.The federal government spends $100 billion annually on small businesses; this session will equip you to build a game plan for pursuing government contracts based on your size and category. Hear from business owners currently servicing government contracts and federal contracting officers for practical strategies on navigating federal procurement chains. The session will focus on working with fellow entrepreneurs to gain experience and position yourself for prime agency contracts.
Going Global: Developing a Global Supplier Diversity Program
With Seventy-five percent of NGLCC Corporate Partners procuring goods and services outside of the United States, more and more companies are beginning to take their supplier diversity programs international. This session will help corporate supplier diversity professionals developing international supplier diversity programs learn the corporate infrastructure, supplier networks and cultural complexities necessary to ensure your company’s commitment to diversity and inclusion doesn’t stop at the water’s edge.
Big Time Marketing on a Lean Budget
This session will highlight the basic truths about marketing, questions all businesses must address and many low-cost ways to take action. Areas we’ll explore include: the importance of crafting a plan, how to wow with experiential/event marketing, social media, print, and making an impact with promotional products. Bonus: how to get your share of the growing Latino market!
Doing Business in the Health and Wellness Industry.
NGLCC Corporate Partners in the health and wellness industry will give insight on the vast scope of purchasing in this sector and how LGBTBEs can successfully navigate this procurement space. Representatives from Bristol-Myers Squibb, Novartis Pharmaceuticals, Florida Blue, and CVS Health provide LGBTBEs with a diverse and full picture of this industry along with insights on points of access for doing business with health and wellness companies.
Small Business Administration Resources for LGBTBEs
In 2015, NGLCC entered into a historic partnership with the SBA, the LGBT Business Builder, to increase engagement with the SBA and deliver access to capital, business counseling, federal contracting, exporting preparedness, technical assistance grants, and entrepreneurial development. In this session, you will learn about all the tools the SBA has to help you grow your business, most of them available free of charge to you as a U.S. taxpayer. Come learn about the SBA and this important partnership that will positively impact your enterprise.
CCBO Session – Building Economic Strength in Local Communities
With the rapid growth in the numbers of certified LGBTBEs, local chambers have the opportunity to build strong local cohorts that encourage and empower LGBTBEs to support each other’s business growth strategies through peer to peer mentoring and hyper local contracting opportunities.
3:15 PM – 3:30 PM
3:30 PM- 4:45 PM
Breakout Sessions
Moving from Workplace Visibility to Actionable Steps for Trans* Health Care Equity
Trans* visibility in the media is at an all-time high but the movement for trans* equality at work and in society is still evolving.  While numerous companies provide health benefits for their trans* employees, many do not and those that do may have gaps in coverage.  As health reform sweeps the nation and companies look to support a diversified workforce, we must engage in frank conversations about the levers employers have to drive equitable change. For companies encouraging their talent to purchase insurance on the Marketplace, there are a new set of issues arising around access to care, benefit coverage and the need to educate the care community. Learn about the nuances and what you can do to support trans* health care.
Demystifying Corporate Procurement: Navigating eAuctions, Negotiating Payment Terms, and more tools for success
Contracting with corporate America can be complicated. This session aims to demystify corporate procurement and provide tactical advice for suppliers. Experienced procurement professionals will address the myths of eAuctions and reverse auctions, discuss strategies for negotiating payment terms and supply chain financing, and will share insights on how corporate contracting can sustainably grow your business.
Optimize Your Opportunities: Doing Business with Fellow LGBTBEs
With a network of over 650 certified LGBTBEs and an abundance of opportunities, certification provides you with the unique opportunity to do business at every level of the supply chain. Consider doing business with your fellow LGBTBEs, teaming-up to tackle a large contract, take part in tiered contracting, and learn about the success of others who have partnered.
Supplier Development: Cultivating Procurement-Ready Suppliers
It’s a simple truth: significant growth in diverse spend requires intentional investment in the development of diverse suppliers. This session will cover new and old strategies, formal and informal programs that are helping suppliers with potential learn, adapt and scale to a place where they can thrive in the supply chain.
Are You Driving Profits with Strategic Human Resources?
A paramount aspect of any healthy organization is Human Resources. HR professionals can mark the difference between greatness and mediocrity in business, however, small businesses are often at a disadvantage as they don’t have the internal expertise that larger companies have. In this session you will hear from three experts that will discuss their vantage points on how HR improvements can increase profits, help you avoid pitfalls that can devastate growth, how to overcome diverse personalities, priorities and productivity slumps. In addition you’ll learn how to take the temperature of your organization to see if the conditions in your workplace environment are truly healthy and explore how we view or own work style and surroundings. This session will leave you thinking about HR in a different light and give you a plan for creating cohesion and maximizing potential.
Competitive Branding
Today, brands play in an intensely competitive space where human attention is the scarcest resource of all. Brand recognition is the valued currency for capturing customer hearts and minds. This session will delve into branding pitfalls and how to return to core principles that create meaning, value and connection. You’ll learn how to build a powerful brand by making an emotional connection with your customers and share best practices to turn your brand expenses into business building investments.
Straight Talk from Teens about Having Not-so-straight Parents
What’s it like for today’s teens to grow up with LGBT parents? Would you like to have kids but have concerns? Do you have kids and wonder what they might be going through? Come laugh, cry, and bring your questions that you wish you could ask. Join us for a panel moderated by EY where you can feel free to ask these teens about anything. No question is stupid, taboo, or offensive if it is on your mind. As experienced speakers at national events, our panel consists of teenagers from different types of families. Walk away with parenting strategies and an understanding of what it’s like from a kid’s perspective.
CCBO Session — From Visionary Founding to Operational Excellence
Learn to plan for the future with solid strategies for sustainable growth. We are all pioneers in LGBT economic equality. Let’s build legacy organizations that will outlast us all!
CCBO Session: You’ve Built it, Will They Come? The Changing Face of Attendee Marketing
This session will walk local chamber professionals through the systematic process of recruitment for meetings, conferences, and trade shows. Any marketer charged with creating traffic at a trade show booth or any type of meeting will learn how to deliver high quality traffic through a structured integrated marketing campaign.
4:45 PM – 6:00 PM
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM
NGLCC NY Business Network Reception (by invitation)
Sponsored by: New York Life
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Opening Reception 

Thursday, August 13

Conference Day Two

Title / Description
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Morning Group Exercise/Yoga
Do you have a hard time getting focused and energized in the morning? Join us for a sunrise session of yoga! It’s the perfect way to jumpstart your body and ready your mind for the day ahead.
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Corporate/Supplier Walk & Talks 
Sponsored by:
Get a healthy start to your morning and make fresh business connections with Supplier Diversity representatives and fellow entrepreneurs. Join fellow attendees for early-morning networking walks along a course through the Marriott Harbor Beach Resort & Spa. Sign up at the NGLCC Conference registration desk.
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sponsored by:

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Continental Breakfast
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
Morning Plenary: Spotlight on Achievement
Sponsored by:
The essential complement to NGLCC’s LGBTBE certification is membership in a local LGBT chamber of commerce. Take a moment to engage in our time-honored tradition as we recognize and celebrate our influential network of local chambers and present this year’s Chamber Excellence Awards.  Additionally, join us as we celebrate LGBT business leaders who took their enterprise to the next level by becoming certified over the last ear! The LGBTBE Induction Ceremony recognizes the tremendous step forward these entrepreneurs have taken, and welcomes them to our powerful network. The morning plenary will conclude with the inaugural NGLCC/Wells Fargo Affiliate Chamber Empowerment Partnership, in which $50,000 in grants will be presented to strengthen and develop selected programs from NGLCC affiliates.
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Marketplace Expo
Sponsored by:
10:45 AM – 12:00 PM
National Legal Industry Council Meeting (By invitation)
11:00 AM – 12:30 PM Global Affiliate Leader Meeting (by appointment)
10:30 AM – 12:30 PM
NGLCC Matchmaker Meetings
These pre-scheduled meetings allow certified LGBTBEs the opportunity to meet one-on-one with decision makers, purchasing representatives, and supplier diversity professionals from NGLCC corporate partners. Use this time to gain valuable insights on bidding for contracts and to build direct relationships with potential clients. As we all know, time is money and each of these 15-minute meetings is time well spent!
12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
Luncheon Plenary: Equality Across Borders
Since its inception, NGLCC has been dedicated to building new opportunities for LGBT businesses and our corporate partners. With more than 95% of the world’s consumers living outside U.S. borders, NGLCC Global was created to foster the growth of LGBT entrepreneurs and business organizations around the world. Great progress has been made in the past year; however, much work remains before we achieve a fully inclusive global economy. This panel will discuss how your company can benefit from connecting with international diverse suppliers as strategic partners and hear how multinational corporations are effectively expanding their LGBT inclusion policies and practices overseas.
  • Justin Nelson, Co-Founder and President, NGLCC
  • Carlos Bruce, Congressman, Congress of the Republic of Peru
  • Chris Crespo, Inclusiveness Director, Americas Talent Team, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Todd Sears, Founder, Out Leadership
  • Joanna Dees, Vice President, Global Programs & Corporate Relations, NGLCC (moderator)
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Marketplace Expo Resumes
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
NGLCC Matchmaker Meetings (by appointment)
2:15 PM – 4:15 PM
NGLCC CCBO Regional Roundtable Meetings
NGLCC local affiliate chamber leaders will gather by region to discuss issues and topics pertinent to their geographic area.
  • Mid-Atlantic
  • Mountain Southwest / Pacific
  • Southeast
  • Midwest / Canada
2:15 PM – 4:15 PM
Global Affiliate Leaders Meeting
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Afternoon Plenary: Moving Forward – What’s Next After Marriage Equality?
As the celebration continues from the historic decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, what happens next as the confetti is cleaned up and daily life resumes?  How does a country with marriage equality now move forward and how does the ruling affect you, your family and your business’s financial future?  With so many inequalities still at play, what’s next on the advocacy front and how do we ensure our allies don’t think the fight for equality is now over?  From ENDA to trans rights, economic equality to global rights, this session will bring together an expert panel of renowned LGBT journalists as they tackle the proverbial question “What’s next?”
  • Jonathan Lovitz, Vice President of External Affairs and Director of NGLCCNY, NGLCC
  • Richard Quest, CNN Anchor
  • Jonathan Capehart, Washington Post columnist and MSNBC contributor
  • Aditi Hardikar, White House LGBT Liaison
  • Dave Jones, Insurance Commissioner, California Department of Insurance
  • Steve Rothaus, Assistant Community News Editor and LGBT issues Correspondent, Miami Herald
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Networking Reception

Friday, August 14

Conference Day Three

Title / Description
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM
Morning Group Exercise
Having a hard time getting energized and focused in the morning? Join us for a sunrise session of yoga with Yogi master Marshall Sanders.  It is the perfect way to jumpstart your body and ready your mind for the day ahead.
9:00 AM – 10:15 AM
NGLCC Mentorship Meeting
8:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Sponsored by:

10:30 AM – 11:45 PM
Breakout Sessions
Using Gamification to Advance Diversity and Inclusion Education in the Corporate Enterprise
While we know that diversity and inclusion (D&I) can help foster innovation, when was the last time innovation elevated D&I, especially when it comes to its meaningful implementation across the [corporate] enterprise? That time is now. Find out how leading companies are using gamification and advanced adult learning principles to bring D&I content to life and create meaningful organizational change. This dynamic session will take participants through the challenges and opportunities of disseminating D&I content throughout the enterprise (told by corporate leaders themselves) and showcase how CONTINEOTM , a new game-based D&I experience, is one example of how innovative thinking can help address some of those challenges through fun and interactive discussion that includes: Unconscious bias & assumptions, definitions and implications of D&I in the workplace, the business case for D&I, and topic-specific awareness (LGBT, disability, veterans, etc. This session includes LIVE game play so participants can experience firsthand the impact (and healthy competition) of people driven, game-based D&I education.
The Ally Advantage: Advancing Workplace Inclusion by Empowering LGBT Allies
A record numbers of Americans support marriage equality and count themselves allies of the LGBT community yet a majority of LGBT employees remain closeted at work. Learn from a panel of experts how their organizations have educated and empowered LGBT allies to cause a visible culture shift that allows LGBT employees to bring their full selves to work.
Financial Services Roundtable for Supplier Diversity (FSRSD)
Moderated by a FSRSD member, a panel of FSRSD members will share information on the FSRSD including our mandate, our membership makeup (i.e. the range of financial services), trends from a recent benchmark study. We would also highlight a number of the special programs FSRSD members offer such as mentorship opportunities.
Don’t Just Deliver Customer Service: Deliver Customer Experience
When it comes to customer service industries, competition is fierce. There is always another sale, another offer to pull customers away. Businesses can only create customer or client loyalty when they set themselves apart, and that mean delivering more than just top-notch customer service – it means delivering an exceptional customer experience. In this presentation, James Kuester of Küster Design will share proven strategies for a stellar customer experience. He will walk you through common client touch points, and how they combine to create an overall customer-centered system – and look at best-practices for designing each element of the customer experience, including the location and design of your store or office, phone etiquette and website content, rescheduling and follow-up procedures, and more. Incorporating these positive experience techniques will lead to increased customer retention and referrals, a flourishing business and healthier bottom line.
CCBO Session – Driving Economic Growth Through Tourism
Tourism plays an important economic driver for many communities and LGBTBEs. This session will highlight the importance LGBT tourism can have on a community, and how local LGBT Chambers of Commerce can work with their members, their tourism industry, and their destination marketing organizations to create value through increased visitation and tourism receipts. From the session, participants will receive concrete take-aways that they can use to grow business for their own Chambers, LGBTBEs, and communities.
11:45 PM – 12:00 PM
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
Closing Luncheon Plenary: LGBT Biz Pitch Competition
LGBT entrepreneurs from three companies will be selected to give their best 15-minute presentations on their company, a new or existing product, market, or other innovation with the purpose of gaining valuable feedback from an expert panel of angel investors, venture capitalists, and other business experts. All participants have the potential to continue their dialogue with the judges, and one winner will be awarded a cash price on stage.
2:30 PM
Conference Concludes

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