The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) was established in 1991 by a group of business owners and executives to promote the growth of black-owned enterprises and to expand into the international arena. GLAAACC advocates and promotes the economic growth and development of African American businesses by focusing on the development of business opportunities, business alliances and legislative advocacy.
GLAAACC proactively works as a vehicle that combines the resources of the surrounding African-American communities with other organizations and the additional support of corporate partners to secure solutions for expanding their business and cultural communities. The Chamber’s immediate goal is to increase African-American presence and participation in the multi-million dollar Los Angeles City and County business economies. Additionally, the Chamber offers a variety of business membership levels. To learn more about the various benefits of becoming a member, Chamber programs and events, or for general information on GLAAACC visit www.glaaacc.org.
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About L.A.’s Largest Mixer®: Over 30 Los Angeles area chambers of commerce and business organizations will be at this year’s L.A.’s Largest Mixer® XIV, the most heralded business mixer/expo of the year, being held Thursday, July 19, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Shrine Auditorium Expo Center, 700 W. 32nd Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007.
L.A.’s Largest Mixer® XIV – part social mixer, part business expo – is the 14th installment in the “Largest Mixer®” family of events that has already produced successful mixers for the past 14 years in Orange County, Inland Empire and Las Vegas.
For a complete list of exhibitors and sponsors, please visit www.lamixer.com or call (323) 230-5656 for further information.