The Solano County Black Chamber of Commerce is committed to promoting, enhancing, and supporting the Solano County African American business environment and economic climate.
We bring value, ROI (return on investment) to your membership and sponsorship dollars through:
SCBCC provides Referrals of Resource Services by Engagement with Congressional/State Representatives, Local/County/Civic and CommunityService Organizations, Education/Business Alliances and Political Advocacy Focus Groups.
The support you give to the Solano Black Chamber of Commerce can translate into political and legislative advocacy for African American Solano County businesses and communities. Co sponsored Candidates Forums and Town Hall Meetings allows you to make issues important known to politicians that want our vote. SCBCC representation in the California Black Chamber of Commerce annual Ron Brown Conference, CBCC Council of Chambers and USBC Annual Chamber Presidents University where we meet with State and Federal Legislators that need your.
Education & Training
Successful leaders and entrepreneurs never stop learning. The SCBCC is a great resource for continuing education. We host lectures and work with other organizations and experts to help you reach your business goals.
Procurement & Certifications
Are you taking advantage of certification and procurement opportunities? Or are you having problems demystifying the differences between a 8a, Hubzone, DBE or California SB certification.
Exposure & Publicity
Your business will gain publicity and increased visibility through the chamber’s website, directories, social media platforms and relationship with The Post. The Post is an African American newspaper serving the Solano, Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.
Many chambers produce window signs or other items to help members proudly show off their membership. The logo can be used in marketing materials, further boosting your business’s creditability. Ribbon cutting ceremonies.
Consumers regularly consult with their local chamber before choosing a service or goods provider. We only refer our members when we received thee calls and online searches. Not being a member means missing out on these potential leads.
Members can increase visibility through sponsoring SCBCC events, website sections (Directory, Resources), and programming.