Our Programs

Members of the African-American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) become part of an extensive network of corporations and businesses, and are able to engage with policy-makers and business leaders across the region. In addition to exposure to valuable marketing opportunities, members participate in programming that enables them to build a powerful network that helps their businesses grow.

While all memberships include email notifications about news, business opportunities and events, the AACC offers the following benefits, exclusive to the needs of our members:

Supplier Development

Sponsored by Independence Blue Cross and AmeriHealth Caritas, the AACC Supplier Development Program takes place throughout the year and focuses on key areas that contribute to business failure and aims to grow more businesses who can hire within the communities they serve, and quickly serve the needs of businesses looking to improve and grow their supplier diversity spend.

Monthly Networking Events

Every month, the AACC hosts monthly, business, networking opportunities, which allow members an opportunity to connect with and share information about their business to potential customers and clients. These events are especially useful to B2C members and are always hosted by a prominent business leader in the region.rsity spend.

Quarterly Membership Dinner

The AACC Quarterly Membership Dinner is designed to help current and future members learn the value of membership to the AACC. During the meeting, the AACC announces the recipient of the AACC Game Changer Award, and attendees have the opportunity to hear from a prominent business leader in the region. Dinner provided.

Ambassador Program

AACC Members are selected by staff to be an Ambassador of the Chamber. Ambassador’s are recognized for their commitment to the growth of the chamber, embodying our mission. The Ambassador’s Program is invitation only.

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Breakfast

Quarterly contract connection opportunities where attendees learn about current contracts available in the private and public sector. Past speakers included University of Pennsylvania, SugarHouse Casino, the Philadelphia Housing Authority, Brandywine Realty Trust and WalMart. Breakfast provided.

Special thanks to the below sponsors who continue to support our efforts: