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Amid a string of court victories for marriage equality around the country, a D.C.-based consulting firm has started a new project aimed at addressing other issues affecting the LGBT community that don’t receive as many headlines. The Raben Group, a consulting firm that works on progressive public policy issues, officially announced on Tuesday the formation of “LGBT Strategies,” an initiative intended to build off an already extensive portfolio on LGBT policy.
Largest mobile platforms for gays & lesbians in China join forces with Community Marketing & Insights, Shanghai LGBT Professionals and 20 Chinese LGBT media and groups to produce pioneering market research.
Today, the Women's Foundation of California announced that Surina Khan, who has worked for the past 20 years as a leader in philanthropy, women's rights and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights, will become the next CEO effective September 15.
The technology journalist Kara Swisher likes to call herself Sherlock Homo, but on a spring evening in Austin, where she’d come for the SXSW Interactive conference, she wasn’t following any particular trail of clues. Padding through the crowd on the second floor of Perry’s Steakhouse, where a venture-capital firm and a money-management firm were throwing a party, she’d chatted briefly with Steve Case, founder of AOL, who greeted her with the wary intimacy one might show a pit bull of uncertain loyalty.
The 2013 Business & Leadership Conference of the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) was one of my favorite events of last year. I attended just as I was getting started with building the Gay Ambitions brand.
Five years on from its launch and Grindr is the world's most popular dating app for gay men. Its founder Joel Simkhai answers his critics, describes his isolation as a child – and tells Patrick Strudwick that his mum couldn't be more proud
How do you leverage the trending cultural shift toward LGBT equality? Ask one of Radarwork's leading clients, The Los Angeles Dodgers, a brand that’s standing on the right side of history even in the delicate arena of sports.
Jessica W. Sandberg is a PR strategist, lecturer and DJ. Jessica is responsible for some of the world’s most attention-garnering PR campaigns, including #GoWest, which called out Putin’s views on LGBTQ individuals and violations against human rights; “Bögbyrån”, or “Homo Bureau”, when the major Swedish newsagent Pressbyrån changed names to LGBTQ abbreviations during Stockholm Pride, and How Hetero, which got the world to test how heteronormative their social media channels are. In addition to working with PR, Jessica is a frequently consulted debater and lecturer on CSR, children’s rights issues and communications.
Launch Angels, a startup that raises and manages tiny venture capital funds, is raising what could be a first-of-its-kind investment vehicle—one that would specifically provide seed funding for companies that have lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender founders and managers.
The long-running but now-dormant Gay & Lesbian Times (GLT), which has been called the “paper of record” for LGBT San Diego, may be headed for a new life online. Two former GLT staff members, Tim Holmberg and Christina MacNeal, are now business partners working to revive the publication, which they became the owners of last month.