The African Chamber of Commerce-DFW promotes trade, commerce, education, and cultural exchange between the United States and Nations of Africa.
The African Chamber of Commerce-DFW was founded by a few Africans under the leadership of Dr. Obi Duruji. In 1998, Mr. Sanmi Akinmulero became the president and opened the Chamber to the public with it's membership subsequently growing to over 400 members; while still maintaining the core values of the Chamber. We endeavor to make a difference in the DFW Business Community, especially as it relates to building business relationships between the US and Africa, eventuating to make a difference in the communities they serve.
Promote Trade and Investment.
Promote the development of the private sector and free enterprise in Africa and the US.
Provide technical assistance and support.
Act as a central information center.
Act as the primary forum for discussion and address relevant issues related to African Development.
Seek and promote the strengthening of mutual cross-cultural understanding and business relationships.
Involve and encourage policies and legislation that will foster economic growth in Africa and the Caribbean.
Promote trade missions and tourism.
Work informally with the National US-African Chamber of Commerce, AU (African Union), COMESA, United Nations, GAWE, African Chambers of Commerce, local chambers, and Government Agencies and Embassies.