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L.A. Diversity Business Matchmaking
By Sentinel News Service
Published September 28, 2017

Union Bank in cooperation with Bank of America, OneWest Bank and City National Bank hosted the first L.A. Diversity Business Matchmaking event on Tuesday, August 22 at the L.A. Downtown hotel. 150 minority owned companies, mostly members of the three leading minority business organizations, had 400 one-on-one sales meetings with buyers from federal and state agencies and major corporations buying everything from software to underwear. (left to right) Raymond Bell, feature news producer at KCBS2/KCAL9; Julius Robinson, Managing Director for Corporate Social Responsibility of Union Bank and primary organizer of the event and Oscar Edwards, a consultant to Business Matchmaking.

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