The U.S MCC is a non-partisan, non-profit organization that is registered under U.S. law and accepted by 12 world trade organizations to assist them with reports related to small-medium size companies in America. The U.S MCC is an independent, membership-driven entity that receives no revenues from any entity of governments. USMCC’s stakeholders include more than 25,000 companies and partners, and the vast majority of these are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) based in the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Our Locations: U.S MCC headquarters in Washington DC with operational centers in Puerto Rico, Atlanta, Miami and New York . U. S MCC is the only Minority Chamber of its kind to provide “coast-to-coast” service, relations, resources and events for different industries. This nationwide coverage means that U.S MCC is well positioned to serve its members in all 50 States including Puerto Rico, and to provide outreach capabilities to all of America’s major markets.
Our History: Established in 2000, MCC offers a wealth of information, trade & economy development opportunities, management techniques and best practices through its award-winning publications, conferences and networking. For more history of MCC, see our renewed website. MCC also works to upgrade the economic status and professional standing of those active in the chamber field.
Recognition: The National U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce is the only business entity in the United States with official recognition conferred by the U.S Department of Defense, The U.S Department of Energy, the US AID, global organizations like world bank and United Nations.