Our Strength is in our Numbers... Our Power is in our Unity! 
WELCOME TO THE
GREATER BALTIMORE BLACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

    

CONGRATS TO OUR VERY OWN EVELYN GAINES ON BEING being named one of The Daily Record’s 2016 Maryland’s Top 100 Women! Evelyn was selected by a panel of Top 100 Women and business leaders because of her professional accomplishments, commitment to community service and dedication to mentoring.

For more info and the latest edition Click below

http://thedailyrecord.com/top-100-women/ 


Check out our Opportunities Page for the upcoming: 

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Kudos to our very own Debra Keller Green representing the Chamber at the 2nd Annual Governor's Luncheon on March 15th at the Turf Valley Resort. The Luncheon was sponsored by Maryland Business for Responsive Government (MBRG)!





2016 Maryland General Assembly


The new legislative session has begun and there are many important issues to consider.  Expect taxes, paid sick leave, police reform and much more to be on the agenda as the session progresses.  Contact the chamber today (email at bottom of page) with your concerns, events, or ideas!






BALTIMORE REBUILD! 
 Have you heard of CAPSOC??


In case you missed it: Congrats to our members on a successful effort.  Please visit the capsoc site

(Next Public Forum Tuesday MAY 3rd, 2015 At the MOTOR HOUSE!!!)

BUILD, ENERGIZE, LEAD, … TRANSFORM.

Do you want to know what Creating A Profound Sense of Community (CAPSOC) is all about?  Come join us at the second in a series of public forums in Baltimore committed to the development of a reliable, sustainable model for community transformation.  The conversation will focus on building effective partnerships between community and active organizations.

A CALL TO LEADERSHIP, A CALL TO ACTION

http://www.capsoc.info/


CAPSOC Connects with Baltimore Police Department


http://www.capsoc.info/capsoc-connects-with-baltimore-police-department/

  


                                           OUR MISSION

The GBBCC mission is to provide support and leadership for the growth and development of black owned and operated businesses and to advocate for economic empowerment in the African American Community in the Greater Metropolitan Area.

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The GBBCC is the perfect place to get support and assistance as a new business owner, someone thinking of starting a business, and those that seek to expand and enhance their existing business.

This is the place to cultivate new industry relationships and to stay connected with others specializing in your field of business and beyond. GBBCC is proud of its strong ties to the minority business communities in Baltimore City and it's surrounding counties that provide partnering, mentoring and business support services for our members.


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Upcoming Local Events


NEW EVENTS? ANNOUNCEMENTS? INQUIRIES? REQUESTS? 

Email Contact:
David Muhammad
Membership Chair 
info@greaterbaltimorechamber.com



 


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The GBBCC Monthly Meeting is held at Coppin State University's Talon Hall at 6:45 pm the first Wednesday of each month and are free and open to the public.


GBBCC prides itself on bringing the best and the brightest of the business community to conduct informative seminars, workshops,and classes assisting business owners on everything from legislative changes to upcoming minority contracts and how to apply for them.


Join GBBCC today and allow us the opportunity to take part in your businesses growth and success!

Our Strength is in Our Numbers, Our Power is in Our Unity!


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