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USBC’s President’s Circle
Strengthens the Asset Base of
the Black Business Community
Washington, DC- The U.S. Black Chambers (USBC) President’s Circle is an exclusive invite-only community that consists of some of the world’s top Black CEOs, Presidents, and business owners representing various industries.
USBC’s President’s Circle is one of the nation’s most influential networks of Black business owners. Each President’s Circle company has an annualized revenue of at least $10 million and have met specific criteria that demonstrates a track record of large scale projects, growing other Black-owned businesses, and changing the business atmosphere for Black-owned business around the world.
USBC President’s Circle members have released the following statements:
“We know that when Black businesses come together, we are stronger, more powerful, and better positioned to make a greater impact.
As the president of the U.S. Black Chambers, it gives me great honor to bring together highly successful Black business owners with the goal of strengthening and increasing the asset base of the Black business community,” said USBC President & CEO Ron Busby.
“The President’s Circle will set the future benchmark for how Black-owned businesses will work with Corporate America to promote growth, demonstrate capacity, and serve as a Business Ambassador for our businesses. Through our collective efforts we are committed to ensuring the success and sustainability of the Black business community.” -Antwanye Ford, President & CEO, Enlightened, Inc.
“I am honored to be a member of the USBC’s President Circle under the leadership of Ron Busby. It is imperative that we collaborate together with our members and partners for meaningful economic and community impact; and to create generational wealth in our Black communities.” -Farad Ali, President & CEO, Asociar, LLC
The mission of the USBC’s President’s Circle is to strengthen the asset base of the Black business community through corporate growth, policy, and education. Click here to learn more.
September 28, 2020
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