2/21/2017 12:00:00 AM
CINCINNATI —The Cincinnati Art Museum is celebrating local diverse businesses at the Diverse Vendor Open House, presented by Fifth Third Bank, on Thursday, March 2, 5–8 p.m.
In its second year, the museum’s Diverse Vendor Open House, features a unique opportunity to network with vendors as they showcase their services and connect with potential clients. Visitors will enjoy music provided by the Music Concierge and free access to the museum’s special exhibitions.
Diversity and inclusion are an important part of the Cincinnati Art Museum’s strategic plan. Like the City of Cincinnati’s focus on increasing contracts for women- and minority-owned businesses, the Cincinnati Art Museum and other arts organizations are also committed to working with diverse businesses.
Cincinnati Art Museum Director of Human Resources Ted Forrest leads this effort on behalf of the museum. "We’re proud to host this vendor fair for the second year in a row," says Forrest. "Our goal is to provide local businesses a platform to gain exposure and establish meaningful relationships with the Cincinnati community."
The Diverse Vendor Open House includes networking with more than 20 local diverse businesses, including:
Pleasant Run Farms Candle Co. Chimera Shrubs
Speedy Signs & Apparel
Marketing Direct, Inc.
eat well celebrations & feasts
Voice of Your Customer
Women Writing for (a) Change
Queen City Vignette
Visionaries + Voices
Glitz by Nancy Lawson
The Diverse Vendor Fair is free and open to the public. To learn more, please visit the March 2 calendar listing on CAM’s website.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is supported by the generosity of tens of thousands of contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign, the region's primary source for arts funding.
General operating support provided by: