The Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce Inc. presents will present its 2013 Black Business & Technology Conference June 22-23 at the Wisconsin African American Women’s Center and at the Milwaukee Brotherhood of Fire Fighters Hall.
The conference will share a report that presents an overview of the economic status of black business in Wisconsin. In addition to summarizing blacks’ current economic condition, long-term trends also will be presented. The purpose of the report is to highlight information that will accentuate the magnitude of the black socioeconomic disadvantage.
We conference will examine technologies relating to online colleges and universities, smart phone technologies, smart services, social media and more, according to Ruben Hopkins, president of the Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce.
Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Fund will help to promote the importance of black business by creating a micro loan fund owned and controlled by the black business community.
For more information, visit www.twbcc.com.