Gold Level Sponsors $10,000
Silver Level Sponsors $5,000
Bronze Level Sponsors $3,000
Bank of America
Partners Behavioral Health Management
Welcome to the North Carolina Business Leadership Network (NCBLN)
The NCBLN Statewide Spring Conference this year is set for The Kenan Center at the Kenan Flagler School of Business on the campus of UNC for Tuesday, May 17, 2016 and REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! The conference schedule and agenda with complete information is shown below. Please look it over and we think you will agree, this is a conference you don’t want to miss! The educational content is focused on companies and businesses, especially those that want to successfully hire people with disabilities, expand their vendor diversity by doing business with companies that are owned and operated by people with disabilities, and/or want to make their products and services more accessible to this multi-billion-dollar market. Agencies and service providers can also benefit from this conference, as you work with your business contacts in similar efforts. In fact, you should invite them to attend.
We believe you will both enjoy and benefit from your association with our organization, as we work to expand a business-to-business network across the state that recognizes the opportunities and competitive advantages created when comprehensively engaging people with disabilities. We’re interested in talent, market share, and supplier diversity. Our job is to help you, and to hopefully engage you in helping us help others. Whether you’re a business, large or small, an agency or service provider, let us introduce you to the NCBLN and explain what we are doing, how we do it, and most importantly, where we are headed in the future.
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