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The Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce, its members and partners encourage to celebration the African-American experience during February-- Black History Month. Here is a list of upcomign events in the greater Fresno area.
If you have events...
Dear Central Valley Business/Organization:
In partnership with the Central California Hispanic Chamber, Fresno Area Hispanic Chamber, the NAACP-Fresno Branch, and The Greenlining Institute, the Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce is requesting your...
First Fridays Fresno: Fresno’s premier event for urban professionals networking
Policy Summit & Legislative Reception
Friday, February 1, 2013
The Honorable Henry T Perea
Member, CA State Assembly
Chair, CA Assembly Insurance Committee...
The Women & Entrepreneurship Symposium & Awards Luncheon was a huge success with a sold crowd.
The existence of current and aspiring business women throughout the Central Valley became overwhelmingly apparent on Thursday, November 8,...
Historically, southwest Fresno (aka The West side, Gold Westside, 93706) has been the landing pad for many of the city's ethnicity communities including African-Americans. Due to segregation and Jim Crow housing covenants that limited where Black...
Fresno & Central California business owners recently had the opportunity to participate in a business enhancement course, called the“e200 program”. Amongst those in attendance were licensed funeral director, and co-owner of Sterling Smith Funeral...
November 9, the White House invited about 150 African-Americans from across the country to its first ever African-American Policy Conference. A report entitled, The President's Agenda and the African-American Community outlined the Administration's...
Convince Your Boss (even if that's you)
In a tough economic climate, it can be difficult for owners and managers to understand the business value of attending the Central Valley Business...
During Ron Busby's visit to Fresno speaking to the State of the Black Business Community, the president of the US Black Chamber mentioned President Obama's...
President Obama is calling on businesses, non-profits, and government to provide pathways to employment for low-income and disconnected youth in the summer of 2012.
In 2009 and 2010, communities across the country used Recovery Act funds to directly...
January 31- One week after President Obama's State of the Union Address, he elevated Karol Mills, Administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA) to a cabinet level position. In a call facilitated by the US Black Chamber,...
Dear Central Valley Business/Organization:
In partnership with the Central California Hispanic Chamber, Fresno Area Hispanic Chamber, the NAACP-Fresno Branch, and The Greenlining Institute, the Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce is requesting your participation in the 2012 Central Valley Business Diversity Survey.
The purpose of the survey is to:
• Collect local and regional data on business diversity activities in the areas of employment, management, minority contracting and philanthropy.
• Develop benchmarks to measure future progress
• Understand where the successes and gaps are along with regional best practices in business diversity efforts.
Why are we concerned about regional business diversity?
The relevance of business diversity efforts comes through their local impact. The survey will provide the partners and general public regional diversity data in which we can use to gauge our progress.
What happens with the survey results?
The data will be collected and processed and we will generate a report on local diversity outcomes. The results will be shared with the survey partners as a tool in their small, minority business work to foster greater economic parity.
The top companies and organizations for diversity will be recognized at the 2013 Central Valley Business Diversity Expo, March 27, 2013 in Fresno, CA.
We are requesting you to complete and return a copy of the survey, preferably online, by Wednesday, March 6, 2013. You said submit your completed survey the following ways:
Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce
1444 Fulton Street, Suite 116, Fresno, CA 93721
Scan & Email to
Or Complete it online.
If you have any questions, feel free to call Tate Hill at the Fresno Metro Black Chamber at 559-441-7929 or
Download the survey
Take it Online
JOIN THE CHAMBER
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