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To provide programs and services which strengthen our members and member organizations in their regions of operation. To advocate policies which improve business opportunities for African-Americans throughout California.To actively promote economic development and to build coalitions with other organizations throughout the state. To implement and maintain programs that promotes entrepreneurship and youth development.
n 1994, a group of business and civic leaders throughout the state of California met in San Francisco to confront issues which affected their businesses. The meeting resulted in the creation of the California Black Chamber of Commerce (CBCC); an organization dedicated to business empowerment by improving communications between local economic development agencies, government and private business associations.CBCC has shown tremendous growth since its humble beginning. CBCC also understands, that there are still uncharted territories and issues that have not been addressed and will continue to proceed with its mission and goals. The CBCC upholds the highest standards of excellence and require all members both public and private to do the same. We are proud to be in position to effect positive change both here and throughout the state.
- Denise McCoy
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