Our Goals

The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce purpose is to be an advocate for prosperity, progress, and the permeation of success within every county and community in South Carolina as it relates to African American Businesses


To grow a membership base that can create influence. To build strategic alliances that strengthen economic vitality in the African-American community.

Grow New Businesses

To aid new businesses, while enhancing those already in business.

Training For Members

To introduce and promote quality programs for our membership and to offer training in leadership and management.

Shape Public Policy

To influence public policy on business issues and initiatives that impact African-American businesses and the community.

The chamber is about keeping minority businesses working.

Stephen Gilchrist Chairman, SCAACC

Recent Events

GCBA SCAAC 2015 Annual Meeting Sept 23, 2015

About Us

The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce is based on the belief that our members needs are of the utmost importance. The African American Chamber is committed to developing strategies and bringing resources to our members to meet their specific needs. The African American Chamber Board is comprised of passionate men and women who realize the need to bring AfricanAmerican owned businesses together in hopes of economic prosperity and business relational accountability. SC African American Chamber

Our Vision

It is the vision of The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce to be recognized as the voice of African American business community in South Carolina. Through effective relationships with business owners, industry leaders, government officials, and educational organizations, we will advance The South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce mission.

Major Achievements

Relationships built within the chamber lead to economic growth and monetary retention in the African American communities in every county in South Carolina. South Carolina begins to see the African American business community as an ally to its local government as well as to its economic and social progressive efforts that will shape its future

Strategic Purpose

It is our passion to see businesses started, economic interaction between African American owned businesses, and economic stability produced and reproduced in South Carolina. Without these elements at work, or in the works in the life of our members, our Chamber is ineffectual and our existence is not a necessity.

Our Membership


Licensed Professionals


Consulting Firms


Beauty and Personal Care



Boost Your Business Event With Facebook June 9, 2016

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Connect, Grow & Produce

Sponsor of SCAACC?

If you would like information on becoming a sponsor, simply download our sponsorship information packet and read through it. If you feel that becoming a sponsor is in line with what you would like to do, then select a sponsorship level, fill out your information, and return it to us.


We are a advocate for prosperity

Minority-Owned Firms in S.C.


SCAACC Event Attendence


SC Minority Business Revenue Growth Percent Goal


Our Partners

Sponsorship gives life to our goal of community development in the African American community.

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Our Magazine

African American Business Advocate is a publication of the South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce. It is a vehicle for business development, marketing and networking for African American entrepreneurs, investors, innovators and business people. Dedicated to the empowerment, advancement, capital funding, venture capital investment and wealth-building needs of our niche-African American ran, operated and managed business ventures…

"Have a vision. Be demanding.

@Colin Powell- the first African American appointed as the U.S. Secretary of State

Contact Us

If you would like to become a sponsor of the South Carolina African American Chamber of Commerce, but you aren't sure how to do that. You are in the right place

Mailing Address

9900 Two Notch Road, PMB7 Columbia SC 29223

Phone: (803) 661-2977

Email: info@scachamber.com

Business Hours

Mon. - Fri. 8am to 5pm

Sat. Closed

Sun. Closed

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