About The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc – (CACCI)
The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (CACCI), founded in August 1985, is a statewide membership organization, which has developed expertise in providing business assistance to small and start-up business owners, in areas of business planning, financing, certification, procurement, business expansion, and export/import opportunities. CACCI has developed a partnership with NYC Department Of Small Business Services (NYC DSBS) to provide business services to Women and Minority Business Enterprises (MWBE), to expand their capacities and increase their access to procurement contracts
New York City Small Business Services
The Caribbean American Chamber Of Commerce and Industry, Inc (CACCI) is pleased to continue to be part of New York City’s effort to attract women and minority-owned small businesses (M/WBE) and engage them in the process of becoming certified by the City Of New York so that they can enhance their business growth and development.
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Investment in The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. is a smart decision for any company doing business in the United States. As the region’s largest business federation, The Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc.represents the interests of companies doing business in a service area that includes the entire New York Tri State Region.
We provide our members with unique business development programs, valuable resources, effective marketing and visibility opportunities and business advocacy at all levels. From attending networking opportunities to maximizing your presence on the web through listing in our popular Online Business Directory, the Chamber’s many member-only perks can assist you in growing your business.
Active Membership Is For One (1) Year.
Members Receive The Following Benefits:
CACCI Founded in
Hosted CARICOM Leaders
Sponsored seminars and workshops
Years celebrated and NYC, BBB, A+ rating
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CACCI Small Business Services/Programs and Projects – CACCI to Celebrate 33 Years of Continuous Service in NY
Communiqué Issued at the Conclusion of the Thirty-Ninth Regular Meeting of the Conference of Heads of Government of the Caribbean Community
Mayor de Blasio Announces $40 Million in Private Investments to Advance Economic Opportunity for Minority and Women-Owned Businesses and Small Businesses
CACCI Current Business Services
and Calendar of Events
Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (CACCI) continues to provide small business services in New York City which include technical assistance, sponsor business networking opportunities, and promote trade, investment and tourism in the Caribbean.
CACCI sponsors monthly business development networking power breakfast meetings, business seminars and other business meetings which attract entrepreneurs and experts in various fields of business as well as other business and community leaders, corporate members, NYC, NYS and federal elected officials, Caribbean-based Heads of State and other domestic and international leaders. CACCI also manages a micro-enterprise incubator – the Flatbush Caton Market, an indoor shopping mall in East Flatbush, Brooklyn with over 40 vendors who sell a variety of African and Caribbean artifacts and a Café.
In addition, CACCI conducts monthly small business workshops on Small Business Services, Financial Literacy and Job Development; provides weekly CACCI/SCORE free off-site confidential By-Appointment Only small business counseling session which include technical assistance for CACCI members and the wider small business community.