The purpose of the Chamber shall be to teach capitalism and expand access to capitalization, technical support, procurement opportunities, effective networking, and sharing of information for Black owned businesses and other minority owned businesses as well as the African descendent community. The main vehicle of disseminating information concerning this purpose is through the UBCC online platforms throughout the United States and the entire Black and Minority Diaspora via mass marketing. The activities are driven by a strategic plan. The UBCC Chamber is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and nonsectarian and abides by the rules set forth via IRS 501(c)3 .
Secure partnerships with committed corporations and ensure compliance with Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act at federal, state, and local governments and with prime contractors.
Local market analysis to identify direct opportunities for startups business to empower their communities. Also, to secure partnerships and Memorandums of Understanding with federal agencies, US Black Chamber of Commerce and other organizations or institutions of mutual interest.
Identity sources of capital for start-up business. Technical training and preparation for capital access. Expand banking product knowledge by establishing relationships with financial institutions to educate new businesses. Establish agreements with the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the US Department of Agriculture to promote their special programs.
Annual Online Event that provides potential sponsors, financial institutions, SBA, USDA, and related entities an opportunity to engage directly with our subscribers.
A detailed explanation of subscription levels and properly market the benefits. Usage of website and strategic partners for broadcast marketing. Levels to include Start-Up, Small Business (3 years or more 1-10 employees), Corporation, Affiliate, Corporate Advisory Council, and Nonprofit Association.
Educate and train the masses on Black business development and our purpose to benefit society.
Provide outreach to HBCU, Veterans, and other minority organizations and their communities.
Proper use of UBCC websites and mobile applications. Direct contact with these organizations and establish information database. Fully establish HBCU Collegiate Program (HBCU NEXTUP)- Mentorship & Recruitment Program.
Market the UBCC through the Media (editorials, radio, TV, podcast, press releases, newsletters). Online conferences of related organizations and local affiliates. Produce online videos/Podcast of information interviews by financial institutions, SBA, USDA, and other related resources for entrepreneurs for distribution to public online platforms and social media.