Welcome to the Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce

November Membership and Potential Member Open House

Open House A healthy business environment is important to every successful community. The Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce has been working to help those in our business environment that maybe overlooked by the traditional channels. We believe that raising tides should raise all boats. That is why we invite you to join the Fort Wayne Black Chamber as we host a reception for members and potential members of the Chamber!

Join us Thursday, November 12, 2015 from 5 to 8 PM at the Indiana Tech Law School lower level for a fun and informative networking event. Additional you well hear about other chamber events and programs planned for the future. We plan to have the latest edition of the Fort Wayne Black Business Directories available for $5.00.

Come armed with your business cards and network with other Fort Wayne professionals. Bring a friend and attend together. Pass along our information. Light refreshments will be served. Please RSVP by November 2nd 2015 at FortWayneFWBCC@gmail.com.

The Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce serves as an advocate for the creation, growth and general welfare of black businesses in Fort Wayne community. The Chamber will actually promote the expansion of business opportunities on behalf of its membership through referrals, partnerships, seminars, technical assistance, and mentoring. The Chamber will focus on economic and business development, education and special projects.

The Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce members are hosting business hours at the office and providing valuable information to new and emerging entrepreurs. See our events page to review the schedule details.
Your membership is a key component for success. It's the only way we can make a difference.

Our primary goals are to bring awareness of opportunities to the black business community, and to facilitate relationships to network and grow businesses.

Among ideas under discussion are workshops to teach people how to own a business, and how to stay in business, and how to help black-owned businesses learn how to do business with the government under programs that set contracts aside for business that are considered disadvantaged. Teaching entrepreneurship to the young is another idea.