What is the National Black Chamber of Commerce?
The National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) is a nonprofit, nonsectarian and nonpartisan organization that promotes unity, effective networking, capitalization and procurement opportunities among Black Owned and Minority Owned businesses. The organization presents amazing collaboration potential between businesses who are registered with the NBCC. The National Black Chamber of Commerce is an excellent resource for Black business owners, government officials, and corporate executives to network with one another to build a solid professional relationship.
- Corporate and Federal Procurement Sessions
- Publications include: The Small Business Resource Guide, NBCC Chamber report newsletter, and the Convention Journal.
- Establish International Trade Missions
- Membership Certificate
The purpose of being a member of the National Black Chamber of Commerce is to support the National Office in the fulfillment of its mission. That mission is to economically empower and sustain African American communities through the entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the United States and via interaction with the Black Diaspora.
President’s Club – For the small, well-established business desiring facilitation of introductions, high level networking and unique opportunities. Direct access to the NBCC President/CEO.
Public Policy Council – Works with the NBCC to formulate positions on issues of commonality such as Energy, Environmental Protection, Taxation, Broadband Deployment, Free and Fair Trade, Economic Development in Underserved Communities, Procurement Opportunities, Capital Access, etc. Memberships are valid for one year from date of purchase
To contact the National Black Chamber of Commerce to find out how to become a member please fill out the short form below and you will be contacted by a representative of the National Black Chamber of Commerce.