For over 32 years the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (CACCI) continues to provide small business services in New York City which include technical small business assistance, business networking opportunities, and promotion of trade, investment and tourism in the Caribbean.
CACCI also sponsors monthly business development networking power breakfast meetings, sponsors business seminars and other business meetings which attract entrepreneurs and experts in various fields of business, other business and community leaders, corporate members, NYC, NYS and federal elected officials, Caribbean-based Heads of State and other domestic and international leaders.
For over 16 years CACCI has managed a micro-enterprise incubator – the Flatbush Caton Market, an indoor shopping mall in East Flatbush, Brooklyn with over 30 vendors who sell a variety of African, Caribbean such as Haitian and Hispanic and other cultural artifacts, and a Café.
Recently the City of New York announced the selection of the developer to transform the current Flatbush Caton Market, a local commercial and cultural institution, into a mixed-use project that will provide the neighborhood with over 250 units of 100% affordable housing, an expanded and renovated market, new space for the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry headquarters and the Caribbean Trade Center.
CACCI also conducts monthly small business workshops on Small Business Services, Financial Literacy and Job Development; and in collaboration with SCORE, CACCI continues to provide weekly free off-site confidential By Appointment Only small business counseling session which include technical assistance for CACCI members and the wider small business community.
Please call us at (718) 834 4544 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We invite you to renew your membership or become a new member. Thank you for your membership and your support. Again, thank you.
Roy A. Hastick, Sr.
President and Founder
CACCI Celebrating over 32 years of service to the small business community (1985-2018)