We create opportunities for our members in the areas of Business, Community and Government.
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Why the ABC ?
Our membership base represents over 400 unique market sectors from an array of privately owned entities to non-profits.
The nation’s African American buying power has risen to over $1 trillion dollars. Our state of Georgia is the third largest black consumer market in the nation with over 70 billion in African American spending.
That same population seeks out the ABC because of our ability to effectively address the cultural needs and capture the interests of this diverse population throughout the United States.
Creating opportunities for members has been and continues to be our number one priority. It is our goal to ensure our member businesses and organizations bring value to the marketplace, remain relevant, competitive and be sustainable for future generations.
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With over 100 activities each year, the ABC engages with over 5000+ individuals at various events and activities throughout the region, nation and world.
What our members do
Our membership base influences each economic sector and represents over 400 different industries.
Each month we reach over 10,000 influencers via our social media networks,e-marketing distribution, website and other digital media outlets.
On Saturday January 21st, 2017, the ABC hosted the Urban Savannah Chamber, Greater Augusta Black Chamber, Liberty County Minority Chamber and Greenville South Carolina Multicultural Chambers during their 2017 OPEN HOUSE Kick-Off at Herzing University. We would like...
On Friday, February 3rd 2017, ABC members were treated to an unforgettable experience complements of Terrance Johnson, CEO of TCJ AeroTech at the First Friday Leadership Forum. TCJ AeroTech is the only black owned Drone company in the state of Georgia. We would like...
On Thursday February 16th 2017, The ABC in partnership with the SunTrust African American teammate network in honor of Black history month hosted a panel discussion on The State of Black Business in Atlanta. We would like to give special thanks to our fabulous...