If you are a black business owner or thinking about starting up a new business, an exciting event is returning to the Capital Region for its third annual event.  

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The Capital of New York State Black Expo will be returning to the Capital Region for its third annual event beginning November 12 and running through November 14.  The theme for this year's expo is “Small Businesses and Wellness”, and it’s not too late for you to sign up to present your business.

Local and cultural pride will be on full display at the CNYS Black Expo at the Albany Capital Center beginning November 12.  Small businesses and community-based nonprofit organizations will be networking at the event to connect with people who could use their services the most.

Economic growth and business opportunities are the main mission of the CNYS Black Expo.  Local organizers say that the expo will include enjoyable events for the entire family, no one will be left out.  Local black businesses and artists will be displaying their talents and their products throughout the entire event.

Organizers are expecting more than 200 vendors from New York and the surrounding states. They will offer conferences as well as opportunities to display products and artistry.

It’s not too late to sign up to become a vendor at this huge event.  Corporations, small business, and nonprofit organizations are welcome to present their products at this year‘s event.  COVID-19 safety protocol will be in effect.

For more information on registering for the CNYS Black Expo, visit their website at www.cnysblackexpo.org

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