What we're about

Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce has been building economic prosperity within Collin County for over 7 years. We are a direct link to today’s affluent and progressive African-American business professionals in Collin County and the state of Texas.

Our goal is to build economic prosperity and enhance the quality of life in Collin County by promoting, maintaining, and supporting African American businesses through leadership opportunities, community support, and business-building programs.

CCBCC Insider Newsletter

Membership in the Chamber entitles you to receive a copy of the "CCBCC Insider". The Chamber's newsletter is the single most important vehicle for communicating with our members and the entire business community. The "CCBCC Insider" includes information on chamber programs, activities, departmental updates, feature stories and member profiles.

Networking
Members have an opportunity to attend open house presentations. This gives members first-hand knowledge of facilities, services and/or products in a relaxing atmosphere that promotes valuable business contacts Quarterly mixers feature presentations on special topics and of course, plenty of networking opportunities. The general membership meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of every month, beginning at 6:30 P.M., at different locations within the Collin County community.

CCBCC has created a secure business networking environment for members (and on-members) to cooperate and exchange referrals. Members actively seek and create opportunities for each other. You and your business will thrive during your professionally structured meetings where you feel welcome, trusted and respected, whilst building confidence and potential business and profits. You are encouraged to focus on quality referrals, not quantity, leaving you free to network without any undue pressure.

Other Chamber Services:
Business Mentoring Program

Contract Bid Information

Job Opportunity Listing

Resource Library

Sponsorship Opportunities

Visitor Information Center

If you are interesting in growing your business and networking with a myriad of entrepreneurs... this networking group is for you!

Come be a part of history TODAY! General meetings are held the 2nd Thursday of every month, beginning at 6:30 P.M, at different locations within Collin County.

ALWAYS VISIT THE CHAMBER'S WEBSITE FOR EXACT MONTHLY MEETING LOCATION @ www.ccblackchamber.org

Upcoming events (5+)

CCBCC BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST

SaltLight Station

Join Collin County Black Chamber on Thursday, August 23rd from 7:30am - 8:30am for "BUSINESS-OVER-BREAKFAST! BOB" Location: Saltlight Station, 1501 S Greenville Ave, Allen TX. Thank you 5K Technical Services for being our August sponsor. Every 4th Thursday we host BOB--a breakfast & power networking open to business, education, civic, and workforce communities. Join us to discuss business over breakfast! We want to hear from the community organizations, leaders, and forums. Monthly Breakfast sponsorships and speaker opportunities are available! This gathering is a gateway to partner with community organizations, civic, ISD, economic development, and business community; facilitating the progress of our unified R.A.C.E. Resource: Collaboration to strengthen commerce & community Advocacy: Regulations impacting local businesses and industries Connection: Referral network to shape vibrant communities Education: Tools to promote professional and personal development. For more info contact Corey Kirkendoll: [masked] Roz Booker: [masked]

CCBCC Business Connections Meeting

New York Life

About Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce: The mission of CCBCC is to empower and support Black Businesses in Collin County that will have a positive impact economically for our community. The Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce was founded by two African Americans, Mr. Keevin Dailey and Mr. Jamal Murray. They saw the need in providing a forum for minority business to connect resources and opportunities in the Collin County area. Collin County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Texas. This bustling part of North Texas has become an attractive home to two professional sports teams and an ever-growing list of corporate headquarters. More importantly, however, we're home to an estimated 782,341 people who live and work from Plano to Frisco, McKinney to Murphy, and everywhere in between. Since the county's conception in the 1840's, there has been no known Black Chamber of Commerce. CCBCC is proud to the FIRST Black Chamber in over 150 years! Facts about Collin County 8.5% of the Population is African-American 8,559 Businesses in Collin County 4.6% African-American Owned Businesses in Collin County

CCBCC BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST

SaltLight Station

Join Collin County Black Chamber on Thursday, August 23rd from 7:30am - 8:30am for "BUSINESS-OVER-BREAKFAST! BOB" Location: Saltlight Station, 1501 S Greenville Ave, Allen TX. Thank you 5K Technical Services for being our August sponsor. Every 4th Thursday we host BOB--a breakfast & power networking open to business, education, civic, and workforce communities. Join us to discuss business over breakfast! We want to hear from the community organizations, leaders, and forums. Monthly Breakfast sponsorships and speaker opportunities are available! This gathering is a gateway to partner with community organizations, civic, ISD, economic development, and business community; facilitating the progress of our unified R.A.C.E. Resource: Collaboration to strengthen commerce & community Advocacy: Regulations impacting local businesses and industries Connection: Referral network to shape vibrant communities Education: Tools to promote professional and personal development. For more info contact Corey Kirkendoll: [masked] Roz Booker: [masked]

CCBCC Business Connections Meeting

New York Life

About Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce: The mission of CCBCC is to empower and support Black Businesses in Collin County that will have a positive impact economically for our community. The Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce was founded by two African Americans, Mr. Keevin Dailey and Mr. Jamal Murray. They saw the need in providing a forum for minority business to connect resources and opportunities in the Collin County area. Collin County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Texas. This bustling part of North Texas has become an attractive home to two professional sports teams and an ever-growing list of corporate headquarters. More importantly, however, we're home to an estimated 782,341 people who live and work from Plano to Frisco, McKinney to Murphy, and everywhere in between. Since the county's conception in the 1840's, there has been no known Black Chamber of Commerce. CCBCC is proud to the FIRST Black Chamber in over 150 years! Facts about Collin County 8.5% of the Population is African-American 8,559 Businesses in Collin County 4.6% African-American Owned Businesses in Collin County

Past events (82)

CCBCC BUSINESS OVER BREAKFAST

SaltLight Station

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