Sponsors

Gold Level Sponsors $10,000

Silver Level Sponsors $5,000

Duke Energy

EY

IBM

Bronze Level Sponsors $3,000

Charlotte Works

Eaton Corporation

Lenovo

Mecklenburg County

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Members

Bank of America

Charlotte Works

Compass Group/Canteen

Duke Energy

Eaton Corporation

EY

IBM

InReach

Lenovo

Mecklenburg County

Partners Behavioral Health Management

Philips Academy

RH Howell

St. Peter Catholic Church

Tim Newman

 

Welcome to the North Carolina Business Leadership Network (NCBLN)

The date and location have been set for the 2016 NCBLN Fall Conference:

Thursday, October 13, 2016, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Great Wolf Lodge, Concord, NC.
Click here for Event Details

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

 

 

 

 

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.

The NCBLN Insider | August

REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the NCBLN Fall Conference, Thursday, October 13, 2016 at the Great Wolf Lodge in Concord, North Carolina, conveniently located just off of I-85 going to the Charlotte Motor Speedway, just north of Charlotte. Early program information and registration is available directly from our website at http://ncbln.org/. At the top of the homepage go to “Registration is Open” and you can handle everything right there…register; pay; even request billing. If you have any questions or need assistance, just contact us at www.ncbln1@aol.com or call 704-588-3255e ...    Read More

 

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