The East Africa Chamber is a dynamic avenue for promoting trade and investments between United States and the East Africa region. With hundreds of thousands of East Africa citizens residing in the U. S and many millions in Africa, businesses can increase networking and visibility with aligned businesses and organizations.
The Sub-Saharan Africa Chamber of Commerce is a trade and investment promotion organization whose mission is to enhance mutual partnership, trade and investment with Sub-Saharan Africa. We serve as an information resource for strategic market data, as a facilitator of stakeholder networking, a broker of key transactions, and a voice for our members and business community in the creation of ideal business and economic conditions that foster growth and prosperity in the private sector.
The Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI) is an independent, non-profit and non-partisan organization established in 2009 to serve Africa’s business by promoting for public policies that will foster continental economic integration, competitiveness, and sustainable growth.
The African American Chamber of Commerce is designed to meet community needs. It is a voluntary organization of individuals and businesses who ban together to advance the commercial, financial, industrial and civic interest of the community. It is a civic clearinghouse, a public relation counselor, a legislative representative at the local, state and national levels of government. The African American Chamber is an information bureau and a research/promotional medium.
Indo-African Chamber of Commerce & Industry was established in the year 1985, under the companies Act 1956. It provides a dynamic institutional link for the promotion of commercial and economic relations between India and African Countries. As an Active forum for Indian businessmen who have close contacts with the African World. The Chamber constantly strives to identify new areas of mutual co-operation and ensure the smooth flow of trade, investment joint ventures and technology.
The EUACC’s mission is to promote the development of the African private sector and to encourage win-win partnerships between the European private sector and the African private sector.
The Continental Africa Chamber of Commerce, USA seeks to promote trade and cultural exchanges between the countries of continental Africa and the world by conducting trade missions and shows that showcase the best of what Africa has to offer.
African American Chamber of Commerce of Western Pennsylvania has an aim to promote access and business opportunities for African American business owners and professionals throughout the region.
The U.S.-Africa Chamber of Commerce empowers a dynamic community of small and medium enterprises engaged in the U.S.-Africa business nexus with the resources, connections, and exposure that are needed to succeed.
USA-ACCI is a State-wide non-profit organization and membership is open to accountants, bankers, businesses, churches, commercial real-estate brokers/developers, consultants, educational institutions, engineers, finance companies, global/international corporations, health practitioners, innovation & technology companies, legal practitioners, manufacturers, public sector agencies and institutions, service providers and others, who share the Chamber’s vision and goal.
The Allied African Nations Chamber of Commerce (AANCC) is a program concocted and sponsored by Seventeen (17) developing African Nations, represented by their UN Mission Diplomatic Corps in New York (USA). It’s the result of a comprehensive partnership and a sustainable cooperative work initiated by the Greater New York Chamber of Commerce and the McCreary And Fuller Public Relation, Corp.
The mission of the U.S.-Africa Business Center is to build lasting prosperity for Africans and Americans through job creation and entrepreneurial spirit.
Founded in 2011 by a group of West African and American business leaders in Dallas, the West Africa-America Chamber of Commerce & Industries, USA (WAACCI) is a not-for-profit, bi-national membership organization dedicated to developing increased Dallas and West Africa trade and investment activities by assisting Dallas/ Ft.Worth and West African companies, professionals and the general public to better understand the business environments and cultural traditions relevant to successfully doing business in both regions.
SACCA™, which stands for the South African Chamber of Commerce in America, was founded in 1993 by a group of New York based South African businessmen and businesswomen. Over time it has committed itself and shall continue itself to the following Mission: the encouragement, facilitation and expansion of business, trade, tourism and investment between South Africa and the United States with the aim to promote sustainable economic growth and job creation.
AACCW supports the growth and sustainability of African American owned businesses through access to capital, advocacy, business development, and strategic partnerships and promotes economic and educational vibrancy in communities of color.
The National Black Chamber of Commerce® is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activity within the United States and via interaction with the Black Diaspora.
The Ghana Chamber of Commerce and Industry is an association of business operators, firms and industries with interests spanning every sector of private enterprise in Ghana. As an advocacy organization, the GCCI was established with the prime objective of promoting industrial and commercial interest in the country.