Adapting to COVID-19: The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
Katharine Gulyamova on
Jun 10, 2020
Since its conception in 1926, the Dallas Black Chamber has been the advocate for the creation, growth, and general welfare of Black businesses, executives, and employees in North Texas. As we progress through the economic pandemics of Covid-19 and the injustices in our Black communities, the chamber continues to fight for its members and businesses.
Small Business Administration PPP FUNDING IS STILL AVAILABLE
The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, DBCC, recently announced its partnership with DBCC member Joseph Akintolayo, CEO of Dallas based Fin-Tech start-up swys to launch MyCaresAct.com to help minority businesses quickly find and apply for SBA relief funding during the current COVID-19 pandemic. MyCaresAct helps by speeding up the loan application process for business owners.
Pivoting During the Pandemic!
The Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce wants to provide our community with the right resources to help your business sustain through and beyond the pandemic.
Please visit our resource page under the COVID-19 tab on our website for up to date information on Dallas County, grants for your business, black owned restaurants open for pick up or delivery and much more.
Ask for more information about DBCC here. Or call 214.421.5200