The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce serves as an advocate for the creation, growth and general welfare of African American businesses in the Dallas community. The Chamber actively promotes the expansion of business opportunities on behalf of its membership through referrals, partnerships, seminars, technical assistance and marketing. The Chamber focuses on economic and business development, education, convention/tourism and special projects.

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Member Benefits

The Benefits of Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce Membership

As one of the oldest African American chambers of commerce in the United States, the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce (DBCC) provides member-only benefits that speak to the needs of business owners and entrepreneurs. The Chamber strives toward this goal through four areas:


The DBCC equips business leaders with the business tools they need to create sustainable growth for their business, from planning and funding to marketing and expansion. Our Business Toolbox Series gives our members the necessary tools for growth and enrichment.


The DBCC serves as the unified voice for its members as it seeks to deepen business relationships with Fortune 500 companies and civic leaders. As the voice of the African American business community, the DBCC represents the interests of our members and growth and encouraging new business opportunities.


The DBCC shares with its members the procurement and bid listings, promotion events with corporate partners, job and employment listings and distribution of the news that affects business keeps members informed and engaged. The DBCC directory, a comprehensive listing of companies dedicated to service, is the source for members and the community to find the right person for the right business opportunity.


Networking that creates results for the bottom-line is valued by the Chamber and its members. We provide opportunities for our members to connect with one another, share business opportunities, and expand an already vibrant network of African American businesses.