We Help Your Business Grow
We are a membership organization which provides business services, as well as, networking and marketing opportunities
Dedicated to Economic empowerment
We are dedicated to the economic empowerment of African American communities and small business.
advocating within the community
BCBCC is an advocate within the community for the creation, growth, and expansion of disenfranchised businesses.
About THE BCBCC
We help your business grow.
Developing connections among Multi-Cultural businesses within our community
The Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization dedicated to offering products, services, and educational programming for multi-cultural business owners and professionals within the Beaufort and neighboring communities. The individuals and businesses we serve are federally recognized as disadvantaged business enterprises and/or denied access to capital in traditional finance markets. We are organized as a 501 )c) (3) Corporation in South Carolina. Our 990 is available for review at our office.
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Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce: ‘Working Together, We Can Make A Difference’
The Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce has come a long way since its founding in 1999. Starting from an idea, about $5,000 and a handful of members, the chamber has grown into a multi-million dollar organization that takes its mission seriously and is – literally – changing the face of Beaufort County. As we look back at the inception of The Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce (BCBCC), we are reminded that in the past, days before BCCC was scheduled to open, it was vandalized with the N-word in red spray paint, the hate didn’t stop there, the property soon to be home to BCCC was also set on fire. Yet Larry Holman stood true to his vision of planting a chamber in Beaufort to support Beaufort’s Black business owners.
By The Charleston Chronicle | September 6, 2018 | 0 Beaufort County Black Chamber of Commerce President Larry Holman cuts the Grand Opening Ribbon On a recent, bright, sunny Friday morning the Beaufort County Black Chamber…