A History Of Delivering The Capital
On June 20, 1938, the Washington, DC Chamber of Commerce was incorporated in the nation’s capital. Initially formed to provide services for African–American businesses in the city, the name of the organization was changed to the Negro Chamber of Commerce in 1946, to reflect the unique needs of black businesses.
In 1956 our leadership re-evaluated the needs of businesses in the city and re-established itself as the District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce. With the new name came a new direction, and the Chamber expanded its operations to address the needs of all businesses in the District of Columbia.
The DC Chamber has continued to uphold its commitment to delivering the capital to businesses and citizens. We provide invaluable tools to help businesses develop, and it leverages relationships with key contacts in the DC Council and the Federal government to improve the business climate and attract new businesses to the District.
Scholars and Alumni, apply for the available Office Manager job opening with the DC Chamber of Commerce. Interested in this opportunity? Please send your resume to : Natalie Harris at [email protected]
Chamber Of Commerce Membership has put my business on the map, outside of my usual DC locations! Thanks Guzman-Russell for being our authentic selves! Lol
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All May, is celebrating DC small businesses for with District of Columbia Small Business Development Center District Bridges D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center DC Chamber of Commerce Adams Morgan Life Asset Georgetown Main Street Washington DC Economic Partnership D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs DC Department of Small and Local Business Development and DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
We wanted to take a moment to share some incredible news highlighting our partner, Victor Wear, and local athlete, Isaiah Hamilton.
Isaiah was recently awarded the DC Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneur Award, due to his amazing efforts in helping to build Victor Wear a company that seeks to create employment opportunities for differently abled people. We are so proud of you, Isaiah! Victor Wear is donating 10% of their proceeds to Special Olympics Virginia this year. To find out more about Victor Wear please visit: https://buff.ly/3wjHd9s
We are proud to announce that the Byte Back team was awarded “Non-Profit of the Year,” by the DC Chamber of Commerce this past week. We want to acknowledge our hardworking team, our dedicated board, and the countless supporters helping us close the digital divide in under-resourced communities.
read more here - https://byteback.org/nonprofitoftheyear-dcchamber2022/
All May, at LEDC we're celebrating DC small businesses for with District of Columbia Small Business Development Center District Bridges D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center DC Chamber of Commerce GWHCC - Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Adams Morgan Life Asset Georgetown Main Street Washington DC Economic Partnership D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs DC Department of Small and Local Business Development DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development and Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development.
🛍️This month support our and offering an array of products and services throughout the district!🛍️
Small businesses are the heart of DC. Join us as we celebrate all May with the District of Columbia Small Business Development Center , District Bridges ,D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center, DC Chamber of Commerce, GWHCC - Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce , Adams Morgan , Life Asset, Georgetown Main Street , D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, DC Department of Small and Local Business Development, DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, & Coalition for Nonprofit Housing & Economic Development.
The 2022 DC Chamber of Commerce Small Business Summit will address the most important challenges facing ’s small business community as well as opportunities for growth. The event will present 3 panels and will have networking/matchmaking throughout the event.
Learn more: https://dcchamber.org/events/2022-small-biz-summit/
: One of our Ninjas, Isaiah, just won the DC Chamber of Commerce's Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for the activewear brand he co-created with his mom. 🎉🎉🎉
Isaiah is a bright, good-hearted, lovable young man with high-functioning autism. He can sing, voice act, code video games, and create Picasso-style paintings. Isaiah wants to build games and code professionally.
Check out their site at victorwear.com. And please take a moment to read their story at https://victorwear.com/pages/our-story.
You'll learn how this amazing mother-son team is rising to its challenges and thriving, all while giving back and inspiring others.
Don't miss the DC Chamber of Commerce's 2022 - 5/10 at 8:30am
The Summit will convene from across local & federal governments and the industry for a deep dive on the state and recovery of the of Columbia’s small industry: https://l.dcchamber.org/22sbs.
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