dot429, is a new professional network for the LGBT community and our allies. The company strives to connect professionals online and in person. The organization promises the ability to access some of the most “influential and successful among the LGBT community.”

Richard Klein, CEO of dot429 states: “I am excited to share with you that we have launched our website. People from all around the world can now become a part of something that is already making a difference.”


The company was founded with the mission to connect LBGT individuals and allies to harness their collective power. “The connections you make online and in person at dot429 will help your career and enrich your life,” states Klein.

The site, features articles, a list of upcoming networking events as well as interviews with members and an image gallery.

Currently, the company has scheduled events in San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. “We’ll be holding bi-monthly brunches in other major cities real soon,” ensures Klein.

People are encouraged to register on the site and create a profile. At that time, members will be afforded the chance to connect with movers and shakers in the community as well as RSVP to upcoming events.

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