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Does Christopher Bailey's promotion to CEO of Burberry signal a turning point in the visibility of gay people at the top levels of business ?
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It’s always a pleasure to have the opportunity to interview someone in person. This is our 25th podcast interview, and now 15 of those 25 were actually done in person.
Things are heating up at our Prime Time Mixer on @ArgosyCruises aboard the Spirit of Seattle #lgbtbiz http://t.co/FSiz6xRJjz
PETA are used to controversy, but this time some have accused them of going too far with their new campaign featuring British comic Alan Carr.
As CEO of The Center, a Las Vegas organization for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community, Elkins has the broad-reaching power to teach people about safe sex and champion sexual and gender equality.
Attracting more LGBT investment is also a challenge for states that don't allow gay marriage and an economic stimulus for those that do, says David Paisley, senior research director at Community...
Major American brands have concluded that depictions of gay and lesbian couples in their advertising can help them sell cereal, cars, and other products to the broad majority of American consumers,...
RT @Aaronprimeaudio: Fantastic ad campaign by @LambdaLegal! #ILove http://t.co/CngZ89AhqT
For the last decade, debates over the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual Americans have been waged in courtrooms, congressional halls and at the ballot box. Now the boardroom is becoming the next battleground as two major – but very different – private institutions, World Vision U.S. and Mozilla, have had to answer for internal decisions that had repercussions for the gay community.
The fourth annual event is changing Latin America by putting the region’s LGBT businesses and consumers face-to-face with the world’s largest companies.
In fact, this strategy is so common it has a name: “gay window” advertising. Blatantly gay ads run the risk of alienating some potential customers, but an increasing number of companies want to let the LGBT community know that they are supporters, and so-called “gay vague” ads help them walk the thin line between these two opposed goals.
John Stafstrom, a partner in the Bridgeport office of Pullman & Comley, was recently appointed to the board of directors of Lambda Legal, a legal organization dedicated to achieving full equality for...
Michael Aaron is awarded for his magazine that covers LGBT community... Ten years ago, QSaltLake's first cover featured a male wedding cake topper couple with black eyes and boxing gloves, accompanied by the words "Utah's fight for gay...
Thanks to straight allies in the local media, Wisconsin's LGBT population is gaining more widespread attention than ever.
Lately, we've seen a number of ads that feature LGBT families and couples; from Banana Republic to Honey Maid and Coca-Cola, there's been a significant increase in LGBT presence in marketing of late. And, according to ...
"Reaching the LGBT Travel Market" panel at the HSMAI Quarterly luncheon. ("Reaching the LGBT Travel Market" panel at the HSMAI Quarterly luncheon.
Their move comes on the heels of some of the world's top brands also running gay- and lesbian-inclusive advertising in mainstream channels. Interestingly, they all feature not only same-sex couples, but same-sex couples ...
As Attitude celebrates a milestone birthday you might expect me to roundup how far gay rights have come in the last twenty years.
Hosting my first LGBT entrepreneur event as the new Communications Director of @startout #lgbtBiz http://t.co/zV3DYNK0kb
July 29, 2014 to August 1, 2014 - At this year’s conference you will be joined by over 700 LGBT business owners, corporate decision makers, affiliate chamber leaders, and government partners all interested in helping you grow your network and positively...
If you haven't registered for the upcoming LGBT Marketing Conference in New York April 24th, 2014, then be sure to do so now at www.LGBTMarketingConference.com. The speaker schedule is now complete and the line-up is incredible, as outlined below.
The chorus of pundit concern on behalf of the badly treated Eich included an array of misinformation, straw men and flights of logic.
On March 14, 2014 in Mexico City, NGLCC concluded another successful LGBT Trade Mission and LGBT Summit of the Americas.
For the 1st time ever, Las Vegas NV has created a new television commercial specifically geared towards the LGBT community. The television broadcast spot incorporates a fabulous new twist, & is part of the destination’s legendary “What Happens Here, Stays Here” campaign. The widely very popular crusade has always celebrated adult freedom, & this new installment champions LGBT travelers & showcases Las Vegas NV as an unassuming destination. The imaginative commercial launched Monday, April 7 on various well-known national television networks, in addition to Bravo TV, E! Entertainment Television & Logo TV.
In a landmark for LGBT media, the cofounder of Chicago’s leading LGBT newspaper will be recognized next month, along with two prominent general media figures, with a Lifetime Achievement Award for excellence in Chicago journalism.
Jonathan D. Lovitz is a LGBT Advocate and national spokesperson, working with big brands and non-profit organizations.