African

African

New Nationwide Black Business Directory U.S. African American Business Directory Launches Nationwide

National News – New Nationwide Black Business Directory U.S. African American Business Directory business directory is needed to connect African American Business nationwide.  The business directory was created to fill a void in helping African Americans find quality African American Businesses in the black community across America.

“The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. New York State’s largest African American Chamber of Commerce known as LIAACC has supported the development of this groundbreaking directory since its inception.  As the one of the premier chambers of commerce in the nation our chamber has seen the viability of this directory service and the need for a comprehensive business directory.” Phil Andrews, President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

The United States African American Business Directory goal is to become the # 1 source of finding Black Owned Business Directory in the United States.  The United States African American Business Directory listings are annually renewable and are reasonably priced and allow for payments in installments.

The directory allows users to incorporate their comprehensive listing into their marketing strategies which is a bonus for all businesses which list their company or professional services in the directory.

The U.S. African American Business Directory also includes a news blog which delivers pertinent news to the Black Community.

The United States African American Business Directory is located online at www.usaabusinessdirectory.com

Listings start as low as $10.00 per month and $99.00 annually.

Choose a Plan today at www.usaabusinessdirectory.com to Join and Get Listed In The U.S. African American Business Directory Online Today!

Photo: ButterMEssentials A Natural Hair and Body Company located online at: https://buttermessentials.com/?afmc=5g

WA Public Relations Company

https://wa-public-relations-company.business.site/

wapublicrelationsco@gmail.com

Phone(347) 727-9015

Source link

New vLex and Juta partnership brings South African case law to a global audience


Later this year, there will be expanded potential for comparative research of South African case law, in addition to legal information from over 130 jurisdictions, on a single platform.

A recent agreement between vLex and Juta will make an extensive collection of South African case law and authoritative reported series widely available to the legal industry around the world.

This new collection will provide access to around 80,000 cases from Southern African courts, dating back to 1910, including cases from The South Africa Law Reports, South Africa Criminal Law Reports, South African Appellate Division Reports as well as Juta’s Unreported Judgments series.

Artificial intelligence and South African law

Accessing the new collection on vLex’s legal research platform will bring intuitive search and analysis tools to South African legal information. For example, the AI-powered legal research assistant, Vincent, will identify important cases by combining human search behaviour with machine speed. Also, visualisation features such as the Precedent Map and Key Passages will allow for new insights to be drawn from this vast collection of legal information.

Masoud Gerami, Managing Director of vLex Global Markets, discussed the importance of this new collection:
“We are excited to make this significant collection available more widely, and we are confident that researchers and academics around the world will benefit from such comprehensive coverage. South Africa was one of the first regions we had considered to enhance the range of content that we offer from vLex, and we are very happy to have achieved this by having a partner of the quality and pedigree of Juta.”

“Juta is delighted to be partnering with vLex on this important initiative”, says Kamal Patel, CEO of Juta and Company. “It will enhance and broaden the availability of our trusted case law offerings beyond South African borders, bringing new and innovative solutions to the market. As a South African pioneer of technology-driven legal information solutions, this partnership aligns with our digital transformation objectives, and our commitment to contributing to the rule of law around the globe.”

To learn more about this new collection, and how you can access it from vLex, please complete the form available here.

Expression of interest form – South African Case Law

About vLex

vLex provides access to a comprehensive collection of legal information from over 130 jurisdictions. Founded over 30 years ago, vLex supports thousands of lawyers, law firms, government departments and law schools around the world.

Our team of over 170 lawyers, engineers and editorial experts continually strive to deliver up-to-date legal information and industry-leading AI-powered legal technology.

About Juta

Established in 1853, Juta is South Africa’s leading academic and law publisher trusted for quality academic, legal, professional and school publications in print and digital format. Meeting legal and regulatory information needs, as well as demands for quality learning resources, Juta matches the power of technology with authoritative African content.

Source link

New York State’s largest African American Chamber LIAACC Encourages Corporations to Support Diversity during National Black Business Month


New York, New York – New York State’s largest African American Chamber the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (LIAACC) encourages Corporations to Support Diversity during National Black Business Month.  Corporations who support chambers of commerce such as the Long Island African American Commerce can set a great example for all companies to follow in leveling the playing field for blacks in America.

During the recent Covid-19 crises African American businesses and organizations have been adversely impacted by this ongoing pandemic across America.

The Long Island African Chamber of Commerce, Inc. serves as a champion for Black Businesses in New York State and needs the continuous support of corporations to fulfill its mission of helping to grow small minority-owned businesses.

“At the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. we believe our chamber will have a substantial impact on the scope, size, and growth of small business owners in the region for many years into the future if supported by diversity initiatives of corporation across America.” Phil Andrews, President, Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. was named by the New York District Office of the United States Small Business Administration 2019 Small Business Champion for 14 counties in Downstate, New York.

The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. has appeared on WABC Here and Now, NBC’s Positively Black, and featured on the Nationally Syndicated Show “The Karen Hunter Show” on the Urban View – African-American Talk – SiriusXM. The Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is a leading supporter of small business owners in the area of advocacy, access to capital, technical assistance, education, and capacity building for small minority-owned businesses. 

Press Kit: https://www.scribd.com/document/444971283/Phil-Andrews-LI-African-American-Chamber-Press-Kit

Corporations and Philanthropic organizations interested in support the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc. via their diversity initiatives are encouraged to email LIAACC at info@liaacc.org.  For more information on the programs and activities of the chamber visit www.liaacc.org

WA Public Relations Company

https://wa-public-relations-company.business.site/

wapublicrelationsco@gmail.com  (347) 727-9015

Source link

Making African art a cornerstone of the global Art market: Pavillon54 Ltd Launches Pavillon54.com


Making Africa a cornerstone of the Art market: Pavillon54 Limited Launches Pavillon54.com, the new digital hub for African art.

LONDON July 2020: Pavillon54 Limited today announces the launch of its online platform, pavillon54.com, a digital center for Modern and Contemporary Art from Africa and the Diaspora. The website is a one-stop digital platform and community for artists, collectors, dealers, institutions and enthusiasts in the ‘African’ art world, incorporating various sales and educational services such as:

• An e-gallery: Pavillon54 showcases the best art from Africa and the diaspora and includes a roster of curated artists who are able to sell their artworks via the platform. Artists are onboarded or pre-vetted by the Pavillon54 team, to ensure the highest quality of artworks are displayed. Collectors can visit the website to discover new artists and build their art collections from Pavillon54’s selection.
• A well-documented blog and other resources: Pavillon54 publishes informative articles, reports or databases that aim to inform on the state, history and context of African art, providing collectors and dealers with the knowledge required to make intelligent art investments, and researchers and enthusiasts with the tools to build their African art knowledge.
• Experiences and events: Online and offline events aim to build a community for art from Africa and the diaspora. Events will include pop-up exhibitions, studio visits, talks or artistic retreats in different cities across the world, online Live events via social media channels, and in-person discovery and immersion experiences.

“More than an online gallery, we are building an ecosystem that can support a sustainable development of the African art market” says Dana Endundo Ferreira, Founder and CEO of Pavillon54. “We make Africa a cornerstone of the global market by increasing artists exposure, investing in education and expanding the collector base”.

Indeed, the launch of Pavillon54 comes at an important time, as the African Art Market sees sustained growth and significance in the art world in past years and is gaining increased exposure due to recent Black Lives Matter movements. However, despite the increasing appetite for African art, a lack of strong gallery representation and few connections with the international art network means that many artists from Africa have limited opportunities for exposure. Education and information about the African art market is also still relatively under-documented, restricting the ability for the African art world to flourish. Pavillon54’s solution aims to rectify these issues, and provide a centralized space for artists, collectors, institutions and dealers to collectively build the African art market.

ABOUT PAVILLON 54

Pavillon54 is the go-to platform for Modern and Contemporary African art, connecting artists, collectors, buyers, institutions, and art lovers across the world. Founded by Dana Endundo Ferreira in 2020, it combines an e-gallery sales platform, a research-focused online blog, and various online and offline events and experiences to develop a worldwide ecosystem and community around Modern and Contemporary African art. The company aims to propel the African art market by creating the first and foremost platform dedicated to developing the arts and culture of Africa – by Africans, for Africans and for (the rest of) the world.

Media Contact Details

London, UK

Source link