Founded in 1994, the Capital City Chamber has evolved into an active participant in the area’s economic development process.
The organization is a 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(6) not-for-profit private, member driven organization that serves the North Florida area.
The Capital City Chamber is the “go-to” organization for business development and community outreach partnership/advocacy opportunities in the community. The Capital City Chamber is dedicated to supporting underserved small businesses in the areas of education, certification and accessing contracting opportunities and capital.
Partnering with the Capital City Chamber is synonymous with having access to potential new customers, quality small business resources and demonstrates a care for doing business with the community.
Throughout CCCC history, we have developed and maintained strong relationship with public and private agencies, the Capital City Chamber of Commerce (CCCC) has the ability to identify profitable procurement opportunities. Board members bring a number of varied and diversified years of work experience from several major markets and participate in opportunities not only regionally but nationally.
The CCCC Technical Assistance Program (TAP) provides hands-on help for developing and writing strong business plans, proposals, grants, fellowships and more. The workshops that we sponsor provide information on topics such as financial planning, sales & marketing development strategies, and insurance requirements, and other topics as well. We are committed to helping grow and support your business.
Inquiries directed to the CCCC for products and services are referred only to members within the organization. This provides your company the opportunity to increase its exposure, gain information, and successfully develop within and outside the CCCC.
NEW! Join Capital City Chamber as we launch an ongoing monthly business orientation to introduce early stage entrepreneurs to information, resources, tools and community support to aid in their entrepreneurial endeavors. In partnership with Domi Station, The Current Agency and Shop Tally, Capital City Chamber welcomes you the 1st _________ of each month at Domi Station from ______ am/pm. Special guests and added topics will be announced each month.
Capital City Chamber is a proud community sponsor of Women Wednesdays, a grassroots initiative to increase the influence of and success of women entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs and talents through collaborative engagement, education, support and inspiration. In partnership with Domi Station, Swellcoin and other community stakeholders, the program provides for free coworking each Wednesday from 9am-5pm, as well as a weekly speakers series from 12-1pm. Sign up to speak or attend at www.womenwednesdays.co and join fellow area women to make Tallahassee #1City4WomenTally.
Shop Tally is an initiative to increase community spending at area small businesses. And in partnership with Swellcoin, it can PAY to Shop Tally and your business. Swellcoin combines the benefits of a shop local initiative and business cashback rewards program into one easy app, to retain and grow spending at small and local businesses like yours. Sign up and launch your cashback loyalty program in minutes. Based on your configurable reward rate, your customers return again and again to earn or spend cash back credit at your business. Likewise, your business can earn cashback credit from your vendors to offset expenses. Join the effort today at www.swellcoin.com.
Promoting the common economic interests of all faith businesses/organizations in our community as one inclusive voice. CCCC recognizes that the faith-based economy is a major economic driver in all communities. Our goal is to add value for faith-based business organizations, by providing training opportunities, matching resources with community needs, and connecting strategic relationships.
The CCCC is connecting our commercial lenders with TLH's local small businesses community for funding opportunities. The workshop series will bridge the local financial resources to the needs of our small businesses. The second objective is to educate startups, investors, and all entrepreneurs on the best lending practices.
The Capital City Chamber Conference is focused on harnessing the talents, tools and opportunities of an inclusive business community for everyone’s advantage. Featuring keynotes, along with other informative speakers and workshops, join our 2 day event to ignite TLH as a place where EVERY BUSINESS (micro, small, minority, women-owned, and institutions) connects, evolves, and gains The Advantage!#AdvantageTallahassee
Small Business Legal Issues I
Small Business Legal Issues II
Presenter Attorney Jami Coleman
Prime Meridian - PPP Forgiveness Loan Application
FAMU Credit Union - Black Business Loan Program
October 29 Capital City Bank
TBA Community Redevelopment Agency / Business Grants
Do-It-The Proper Way
Presenter Goldsmith Tax services
Reach Customer's Online with Google
How to Use YouTube to Grow Your Business
Connect with Your Customers
Presenter Pamela Starr
Design to Scale
Presenter The Current Agency
How to Close Your Business Properly
Business Plan Assistance
Adopting the Right Mindset
Principles of Lean Startup
The Capital City Chamber of Commerce is actively monitoring critical developments related to COVID-19. We are in daily contact with members, our board of directors, and leaders from all of the essential institutions of our community.
Please continue following this webpage as we will update it daily to serve our members and community better.
If we can help you or your business in any way, please contact us.
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