Minority business chamber of commerce launches in central New York
Posted on December 17, 2015
Central New York’s business and economic development agency is starting a new chamber of commerce for minority-run companies. According to CenterState CEO, the black and Latino communities in New York have $170 billion in buying power. That’s why, it says, it’s forming the Upstate Minority Economic Alliance, the only one in the region.The news was announced at CenterState’s annual meeting. Edward Cuello will lead the new Upstate MEA. He says its mission will be to harness the minority community’s business and buying power.
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