Imprint Proud to Celebrate 3.5 Years as NGLCC-Certified Agency

Proud to Celebrate 3 Years as NGLCC-Certified Agency

By Andy Seibert

June 1, 2022
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I’m delighted to note that it’s been over three years since Imprint was first certified as a diversity-owned business with the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), the leading nonprofit advocacy group for the LGBTQ business community.  

As I mentioned in an NGLCC Spotlight three years ago, I was excited to join for two basic reasons: to fuel Imprint’s growth, and to give back by supporting others in the NGLCC and LGBTQ community.

We couldn’t be more proud of our progress. We have hired and subcontracted other member businesses, and sourced part- and full-time talent for our team. And we’ve won new business. At Imprint, we firmly believe our diversity is our strength. We personally and deeply recognize the value of respect and authenticity in all forms of communication. And we aim to embody that perspective in everything we do — how we work with our clients, our agency partners, our freelancers and our team members.

Please take a look at our Power of Diversity video — and we’d love for you to join us in leaving your mark.

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