Prosper in Palm Beach County
The Black Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County focuses its resources on the challenges faced by Black-owned businesses. The Black Chamber is dedicated to advancing the economic interests of its members through advocacy, education, information sharing and resource brokering to maximize their success.
The Black Chamber of Commerce’s Membership
The Chamber offers its members excellent opportunities to network and build relationships with other business and community organizations. To this end, this year the Chamber is rolling out nine key benefits that will serve its goal of supporting the growth and visibility of African American owned businesses in Palm Beach County.
Black Chamber Congratulates Leaders!
Recently four members of the Black Chamber leadership were honored at Legacy Palm Beach’s Reception honoring South Florida’s Black Leaders. Attorney Bryan Boysaw, Courtney McKenzie and Karen Alleyne Means were honored among the 25 Most Powerful & Influential Leaders of 2012. Tiffany Faublas was honored among Black Leaders of Today and Tomorrow Under 40. Ms. Alleyne Means also received a Special Achievement Award as Business Person of the Year 2012. Congratulations to all.
The chamber is a proud partner of Legacy Palm Beach, http://www.palmbeachpost.com/s/business/legacy-palm-beach/nov12/which is quarterly publication printed by The Palm Beach Post focusing on Black Business news. Advertising opportunities are available. To learn more about Legacy Palm Beach, contact Shenetria Moore, email@example.com. Or 561-820-4322.
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