“The goal as a company is to have customer service that is not just the best,
but legendary.”
– Sam Walton

Your membership investment in the Greater Savannah Black of Commerce enhances a variety of Chamber initiatives.

How It Works

The Greater Savannah Black Chamber of Commerce Inc. is excited to have you and your business as a part of our growing family. Our mission is to empower and educate African Americans, other minorities, and women-owned businesses that will foster a thriving and sustainable business environment. Your membership is valid for one full year once the completed application and full payment is received.

 

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Step 1:
Make business contacts

The chamber initiates numerous monthly business-to-business opportunities for networking and connecting with other local business professionals.

Step 2:
Receive chamber newsletters

Newsletters provide new member information, interesting information about operating a local business, articles about the local business community, and details about up-and-coming chamber events.

Step 3:
Acquire customer referrals

Every day, your local chamber receives calls from individuals and businesses looking for referrals of local businesses

Step 4:
Bring credibility to your business

You increase the positive perception among consumers and business owners when you’re identified as a member of a chamber of commerce.

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Step 5:
Increase your visibility in the community

As a member of the chamber of commerce, you will be listed in the chamber newsletter, and online directory, and will have the opportunity to be highlighted in other chamber publications. You also can grow your business by advertising with the chamber and sponsoring events. The chamber may also promote your grand opening/ ribbon-cutting ceremonies.

Step 6:
Networking opportunities

Chambers have numerous committees and serving on one of them provides additional networking opportunities as well as professional leadership development.

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Step 7:
Gain a voice in government

Chambers of Commerce take on the tough issues and may oppose new regulations, taxes, assessments and costs that will negatively impact small businesses.  While you may not personally have the time to get involved, the Chamber will use its resources for the betterment of small business owners.
Contact Us

How Can We Help?

    Email Us

    info@gsbcc.org

    Mailing Address

    P.O Box 22723
    Savannah, Ga 31403