Brian Figerouux (204809)
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Following their very successful Bury the Superwoman and Raise the Queen event in March, the New American Chamber of Commerce is having its annual International & Multicultural Business, Homebuyers and Health Expo Thursday, June 21, 2018, at the Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel (228 Duffield St., Downtown Brooklyn). All entrepreneurs, decision-makers, professionals, home and health representatives and executives from the tristate community are invited to this one-day, business-to-business, empowering and networking event. This Expo is produced in partnership with the African-American International Chamber of Commerce and the Hispanic-American International Chamber of Commerce.

Organizers explained, “Success starts on Thursday, June 21, 2018. It’s one day, one location, endless opportunities. What you will learn is secrets and strategies for success. You can, and will, realize your entrepreneurial dreams and grow and take your business to new heights.”

The day starts off at 8:30 a.m. with a Welcome VIP Breakfast where attendees can hear from, meet and mingle with top business experts. There is a Networking Luncheon as well. During the Luncheon successful individuals will be honored under the theme: From Worker to Business Owner. During the day, attendees will have the opportunity to network with other businesses and share information about their products and services as well as attend 20-plus educational seminars and workshops. Topics include Real Estate Investing & Becoming a Homeowner; Get Money for Your Business; Handle It: How to Live a Fit & Healthy Life; Social Media Boot Camp; An Introduction to the Paralegal Certificate Program; An Intro to International Trade & Global Business; and Doing Business with the NYPD and GSA.

Presenters will be top business authors, experts and representatives from the government and private sector. For registration of seminars and more information, please visit

This Expo is a celebration of multiculturalism, empowerment and achievement that all minority communities can be proud of and a part of. June is Caribbean-American Heritage Month and Immigrant Month.