Thank you for your recent membership to the Kern County Black Chamber of Commerce, and on behalf of our chamber I would like to personally welcome you and your team and help you make the most of your membership. The Kern County Black Chamber of Commerce continues to grow our membership, we are the strongest voice for the Kern County business in the African American community. We are committed to helping your business grow and thrive! Please visit our website @ kcbcc.co this will help you better understand the work of the Chamber and the benefits that are associated with your membership. The Chamber offers several networking opportunities, workforce training and development programs, and speaker seminars on a variety of topics. Because of the current pandemic situation, we have curbed most of our in-person activities. We have begun regular forums and roundtables with leading public and private sector experts in key industries, including manufacturing, health care, construction, and more! These forums are open to all members, and attendees can learn first-hand about key policy initiatives and economic development projects impacting Kern County businesses. Also, I would like to thank you once again for joining the Chamber, we are confident that the more you experience all that the Chamber has to offer, the more you will realize the value of your business decision! If you have questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me, or my staff, at the Chamber at (661) 376-2853. Lastly, please visit our website at www.kcbcc.co to keep up-to-date with our events and programs! I look forward to working with you!
As a non-profit project, Kern County Development Foundation will always work toward one goal. Kern County Development Foundation’s partners and volunteers will work as a team to fulfill the organization’s expectations.
Kern County Development Foundation will strive to work with authorities across the U.S, to uphold the law of the lands, as well as maintaining a higher standard of ethical beliefs. Kern County Development Foundation will not confirm any corrupt practices or offer briberies to any government, non-government, or institutions for any reason and will serve all people regardless of their religious belief.
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — The Kern County Black Chamber of Commerce is lending support to its members in this time of need.
On Tuesday, the chamber selected five businesses and presented them with $500.00 stimulus checks. The chamber said the pandemic has caused a lot of uncertainty and struggle for small businesses in the Black community.