The Northern Virginia Black Chamber of Commerce (NVBCC) is a great platform for entrepreneurs to learn how to scale their business and gain access to capital opportunities. With the help of the Chamber, business owners can evaluate their business model and become more efficient. The Chamber organizes events every week, providing plenty of chances to network with peers and exchange business cards. Barry DuVal, president and CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, issued a statement regarding the consecutive recognition of Virginia as the best state for business by CNBC.
The Alliance Technology Consortium, in partnership with the NVBCC, will host a five-part video conference on business and technology. Thanks to Networking Engineering Technologies for sponsoring the NVBCC. The NVBCC positions black-owned businesses for economic success. Networking, government contracting opportunities, and partnerships provide members with valuable tools: access to capital opportunities and investment financing positions companies for growth.
August is National Black Business Month and is an opportunity to recognize black-owned businesses across the country. The Virginia Small Business Financing Authority (VSBFA) is the financial arm of the Virginia Department of Small Business and Provider Diversity. Small Business, Women-Owned, and Minority-Owned (SwAm) Certification is Virginia's small business program to improve acquisition opportunities for SwAm businesses that participate in state-funded projects. The NVBCC serves the black-owned business community in Northern Virginia with networking opportunities, education, training, resources and support to promote its economic flourishing.
Get the latest news, events and announcements from the NVBCC in your inbox. On May 3rd, the VSBFA will be discussing funding options during a five-part video conference hosted by the Alliance Technology Consortium in partnership with the NVBCC. This event focuses on networking roundtables and offers attendees the opportunity to exchange business cards, develop new leads and share a 60-second presentation with each table. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to network with your peers! Renew existing memberships to help the NVBCC continue to organize its networking events, resources, training and more among black-owned businesses in Northern Virginia.