The Riverside County Black Chamber of Commerce is an organization servicing Riverside County by providing innovative tools and resources for businesses to succeed and fostering relationships with other organizations that provide additional value to their membership. The chamber's mission is to empower African-American & minority entrepreneurs and small business owners to be successful in commerce.
The Regional Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (RHCC) is a membership driven non-profit organization. The RHCC is comprised of small business owners, corporate representatives, community leaders, and association members representing various professions. With over 300 members and a database of over 17,000 subscribers, the RHCC is on a steadfast trajectory of growth placing it among the state’s fastest growing minority chambers in the state of California.
Founded in 1998, Pacific Community Ventures creates jobs and economic opportunity in lower-income communities through the direct support of small businesses as well as by advocating for systemic change to increase investment in these vulnerable communities. We accomplish this mission through our unique programmatic ecosystem: capital, advice, impact assessment and research & policy. Together our initiatives catalyze community wealth in an effective and self-reinforcing model for lasting positive economic change.
The Northern California Independent Booksellers Association (NCIBA) is a 30-year old trade association whose mission is promoting the vitality, diversity and prosperity of independent bookselling as essential to the life of our communities and crucial to the dissemination of ideas in our society. We provide members with a variety of educational workshops, marketing materials, and networking opportunities while advocating for fairness in the retail marketplace and touting the economic and qualitative benefits of supporting locally-owned businesses in one's community.
As the largest and most influential business association in Los Angeles County, the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce is the voice of business in our region. By being the voice of business, helping its members grow and promoting collaboration, the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce seeks full prosperity for the Los Angeles region. As a trustee for the current and future welfare of the region, the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce champions economic prosperity and quality of life.
Initiating Change in our Neighborhoods, Community Development Corporation (ICON CDC) is a community-based, non-profit organization located in Los Angeles' Northeast San Fernando Valley.
The Greater San Diego Business Association is dedicated to advocating mainstream acceptance of diversity within our society by providing opportunities for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and community supportive businesses and business owners to succeed region wide. The association offers networking groups, business promotional opportunities, educational, social activities and advocacy relating to business.
The Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce works to maintain a healthy local business community and build a strong economy by providing networking and business education opportunities to its more than 1,300 members, promoting its community and representing the interests of business with government.
Golden Sierra Job Training Agency has been changing the lives of job seekers and improving business since 1983. Initially serving 5 counties, Golden Sierra refined its service area to Placer El Dorado and Alpine Counties. Over its thirty year history the agency has invested more than 120 million dollars in the region’s youth, adult, dislocated workers and businesses. These investments keep youth in school and improve skills, assist job seekers with career transition and training and reduce costs for small businesses, our niche.
The Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce facilitates and serves as an advocate for the creation, development, growth, and general welfare of African-American business community in the greater Fresno area. Founded in 2001, the Chamber services Madera, Fresno, Kinsg and Tulare counties in central California.