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 can be downloaded free of charge from the Apple Store and Google Playstore.
“It’s 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 growing their small businesses. There will be an exciting and hopefully lucrative opportunity to learn how to create, launch and market an app for one’s business.
Several business leaders will be sharing marketing strategies including Ralph D’Onofrio, vice president advertising of Community Newspaper Group which publishes more than 20 community newspapers and their websites, including Caribbean Life.
The event, Apps, Immigration & Business will be held at the Harvest Room located at 90-40 160th Street, Jamaica, NY 11432 on Thursday, Nov. 9. All entrepreneurs are invited. Tickets can be purchased at www.seqco
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