Get Involved: Exploring Chambers of Commerce

 
Introduction

Chambers of commerce are organizations typically designed to advance the interests of their member businesses.  Chambers of commerce serve as resources for the entire community, including the nonprofit sector.  Below is a list of many of the minority chambers of commerce located in the state of Colorado.  On their websites, you will find membership information, event listings, job information, and other helpful resources to support their members. 

 

List of Resources
  • The mission of the Asian Chamber of Commerce is to promote awareness of the Asian business community, and to assist in its economic development. For more information, please contact the Asian Chamber of Commerce at 303.595.9737 or asiancc@rmi.net, or visit their website at http://www.asianchambercommerce.org/.
  • The mission of the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce is to provide leadership for the growth and development of African-American businesses and to facilitate the economic empowerment of the African-American community. For more information, please contact the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce at 303.831.0720 or info@coloradoblackchamber.org, or visit their website at http://www.coloradoblackchamber.org/.
  • The mission of the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce is to help women achieve their business goals and connecting women in business. As the largest women's chamber in the nation, CWCC benefits more than 1,600 members across the state. Their programs cultivate business development, professional excellence, and leadership. For more information, please contact the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce at 303.458.0220 or info@cwcc.org, or visit their website at http://www.cwcc.org/.
  • The mission of the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is to promote and advance the growth of Hispanic business. DHCC is a membership driven organization comprised of small-business owners, corporate representatives, community leaders, and association members representing various professions. With over 1,400 members, DHCC is the state's largest minority chamber, one of the top four chambers of commerce in Metro Denver. For more information, please contact the Denver Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at 303.534.7783 or info@dhcc.com, or visit their website at http://www.dhcc.com/.
  • The mission of the Latina Chamber of Commerce is topromote and advancethe personal, professional, and business interests of Latinas,their families, and their communities. For more information, please contact The Latina Chamber of Commerce at 303.962.1491 or lcinfo@latinachamber.org, or visit their website at http://www.latinachamber.org/.
  • The mission of Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce is to promote awareness of the Indian community, and to assist in its economic development. For more information, please contact the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce at 303.629.0102 or info@rmicc.org, or visit their website at http://www.rmicc.org/.

 

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