Welcome to the Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce

The excitement continues! The Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce host another Entrepreneurial and Innovation Summit.
The Fort Wayne Black Chamber of Commerce will host another annual Entrepreneurial and Innovation Summit. It is scheduled for Saturday, September 13, 2014 starting at 8:30 with light breakfast faire and ending with a keynote from Mr. Chuck Surack, President and CEO of Sweetwater. Click Here to Register Now!

This event will feature workshops and presentations from various business leaders plus informational and vendor booths.

The cost is just $20 for adult and $10 for students or young entrepreneurs under age 21. This value includes a light breakfast and networking lunch social. Students or young entrepreneurs please bring proof of status. Bring a friend and learn together.

Vendor booths are available for you to share your entrepreneurial strength. Click here for more information.

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.