SC African American
Chamber of Commerce
The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce is based on the belief that our members needs are of the utmost importance. The African American Chamber is committed to developing strategies and bringing resources to our members to meet their specific needs. The African American Chamber Board is comprised of passionate men and women who realize the need to bring AfricanAmerican owned businesses together in hopes of economic prosperity and business relational accountability. SC African American Chamber.
Relationships built within the chamber lead to economic growth and monetary retention in the African American communities in every county in South Carolina. South Carolina begins to see the African American business community as an ally to its local government as well as to its economic and social progressive efforts that will shape its future.
It is our passion to see businesses started, economic interaction between African American owned businesses, and economic stability produced and reproduced in South Carolina. Without these elements at work, or in the works in the life of our members, our Chamber is ineffectual and our existence is not a necessity.
STRATEGIC PLAN FOR GROWTH 2020
It is the vision of The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce to be recognized as the voice of African American business community in South Carolina. Through effective relationships with business owners, industry leaders, government officials, and educational organizations, we will advance The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce mission.
1st Quarter 2020
SCAACC is launching its statewide Ambassador Initiative. There will be local chamber Ambassador in every county in South Carolina
SCAACC will established workshop with industry leaders in critical areas for African American Business.
SCAACC will host events for Political Candidates to speak directly to African American Business Owners
SCAACC will be connecting with Strategic Partners to plan for 2021.
“It’s up to you to bring yourself to the attention of powerful people around you. They’re not going to find you on their own.
“The battles that count aren't the ones for gold medals. The struggles within yourself—the invisible, inevitable battles inside all of us—that's where it's at."
“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.”
Booker T. Washington
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What Our Promise
We are committed to the growth
of SC African American Business