We are here to …
• Help bring procurement opportunities to Black businesses in the State of Oklahoma
• Help with educational programs for Black businesses to help them grow and prosper
• Set-up networking opportunities between Black businesses and industry leaders
• Bring international business opportunities to Black businesses through our affiliations
Helping Businesses and Communities Grow!
The success of a business and the success of its community are intertwined. The OBCC is committed to helping all members thrive while building a stronger, healthier community and State for everyone. In addition to providing information and resources businesses need to succeed, the Chamber is a powerful advocate in all levels of government on issues that matter to our members.
Our members represent all sizes and kinds of businesses – their trades are as diverse as their viewpoints. We are dedicated to promoting the economic, civic, commercial cultural, industrial and educational interests of our members. We work daily to make this State and its communities a great place to live and do business.
Join today! Make an investment in the present and future of Black and minority businesses in Oklahoma.
Contact the Oklahoma Black Chamber
Gail Lartigue-Crum Executive Director
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The Oklahoma Black Chamber of Commerce Career & Contractors Fair
October 15, 2010
The Oklahoma Black Chamber of Commerce continues to find ways to get Oklahomans back to the workforce. This fall the Oklahoma Black Chamber of Commerce Career & Contractors Fair is Thursday October 28, 2010. We are hosting these companies: University of Phoenix, Osage Million Dollar Elm Casino, Mary Kaye, Tulsa City Health Department, Hillcrest Medical [...]
HIRE Act Helps Small Businesses Hire More Employees
October 14, 2010
Employers may qualify for two new tax breaks when they hire someone who has not worked for more than 40 hours in the past 60 days. These breaks are part of the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment (HIRE)Act. Here’s what you should know: 6.2 percent payroll tax exemption You may be exempt from your 6.2 [...]
Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment
October 8, 2010
The Oklahoma Black Chamber of Commerce is holding a Workshop Thursday November 4, 2010 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Rudisill Library located at 1520 N. Hartford Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma. This Workshop is entitled “Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment” and will focus on New and Existing Jobs Tax Breaks. A member of the [...]