Resources in North Texas

  • African Chamber of Commerce Dallas Fort Worth - creates and promotes business opportunities for the African American community in the Dallas/Fort Worth area through local, state, national and international relationships.
  • American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Texas - advocates the educational and entrepreneurial development of American Indian businesses.
  • British American Commerce Association of Dallas-Fort Worth - The BACA of Dallas-Fort Worth promotes and nurtures all types of trade, investment, and commercial relationships between the U.S. and U.K. through social and business functions.   
  • Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce - serves as an advocate for the creation, growth and general welfare of the African American business in the Dallas community.  
  • Dallas Regional Chamber - The mission of the DRC is to unite and engage the Dallas region's business community, and provide dynamic business and civic leadership to develop and sustain a prosperous economy and a vibrant community.  
  • Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce - serves as a leader in the development and maintenance of the community's economic health.
  • Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau - serves as a resource for things to do and places to see in and around Fort Worth.
  • Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - creates, promotes and enhances economic opportunity and prosperity for the Fort Worth Hispanic business community.
  • Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce - created to help African American companies do business in Fort Worth and surrounding communities.
  • Fort Worth Sister Cities - cultivates friendly relationships and understanding among the youth, adults and businesses of Fort Worth and its sister cities.
  • French American Chamber of Commerce - The Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter of the FACC—one of the largest in the country—serves as the area's principal forum for French and American business leaders to meet and discuss common interests.  
  • Greater Dallas Asian-American Chamber of Commerce - the largest Asian American Chamber in the United States.  
  • Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce - provides the necessary resources in order to capitalize and integrate Hispanic communities into the main stream economy by developing a competitive infrastructure.  
  • Greater Dallas Indo-American Chamber of Commerce - the GDIACC promotes commerce in local markets, helping member companies network and grow their businesses, sell to mainstream America as well as other Indian Businesses and do business with local, state and federal government agencies.
  • Greater Dallas Korean-American Chamber of Commerce - a non-profit organization established to serve Korean American Business and individuals. The Chamber seeks to create leaders, promote community awareness and business opportunities for members and represent the Greater Dallas Korean American communities in the business world.  
  • HEB Chamber of Commerce - provides information and support related to business development and community life in the cities of Hurst, Euless and Bedford.
  • Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth - The mission of the Japan-America Society of Dallas/Fort Worth is to strengthen U.S.-Japan relations in the Metroplex by educating the community about Japan and the U.S.-Japan relationship.  
  • North Dallas Chamber of Commerce - The NDCC focuses on business development in downtown Dallas, North Dallas, and the surrounding suburbs.  
  • North Texas Commission - The North Texas Commission is a regional non-profit consortium of businesses, cities, counties, chambers of commerce, economic development entities and higher education institutions in the North Texas Region.  
  • Northeast Tarrant Chamber of Commerce - The NTCC provides innovative leadership to ensure a successful business climate and promote the quality of life in Northeast Tarrant County.
  • Office of Cultural Affairs, City of Dallas - The mission of the Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) is to provide equitable funding and management assistance to artists and cultural organizations through several funding programs. The budget for this program comes from the City's general fund budget as approved by the Dallas City Council.
  • Pakistan Society of North Texas - PSNT is an association of members, who come together with a common understanding of the PSNT’s mission and a commitment to its vision of building a strong, vibrant and responsive community.
  • Southwest Jewish Congress - The Southwest Jewish Congress is a regional organization, formed to expand the vital vision and decades-long mission of Jewish advocacy in the Southwest.

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