Google, USCIS, Business Leaders To Empower Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners

Queens, NY–October 27, 2017 – On Tuesday, November 9, 2017, the Southeast Queens Chamber of Commerce is launching their new app, Million $ Mindset Connexions, at a business expo aiming to create new millionaires out of small business owners. The app is available on Apple Store and Google Play store and will be available for free download to all attendees.

The event, Apps, Immigration & Business will also impact wealth of business knowledge and opportunities to aspiring business owners and entrepreneurs. Holding at the Harvest Room located at 90-40 160th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432 from 10 AM – 2:30 PM, “this event is about presenting opportunities for advancement, innovation, technological support and sharing strategies for success, “said Rev. Simone Lord, the President of the Southeast Queens Chamber of Commerce.

Representatives from the US Citizenship and Immigration Services will be making a special stop at the business luncheon to discuss ways of hiring, rather than marrying, to obtain a green card.  A Google trained specialist will be teaching business owners how to share their stories with video, as a means to grow their small businesses. In addition, There will be an exciting and hopefully lucrative opportunity to learn how to create, launch and market an app for one’s business.

To cap it will be several successful business owners, legends in their field, who will be sharing strategies for their success including Ralph D’Onofrio, Vice President of Community Newspapers Group, a group of over 26 community newspapers, which includes the Times Ledger Newspapers and the Caribbean Life Newspapers.


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