Africa-USA Chamber of Commerce
Connecting Africa, the U.S. & the African Diaspora

via International Trade & Commerce

 


Collaborating Organizations:


The Africa-USA Chamber of Commerce & Industry
 
The African Marketplace Inc.
 
Life and Times Magazine

The City of Carson, California

ABC & D
International
Advanced Business Capital & Development

DEO V
Development & Investment
 
The Sixth Region 
Diaspora Caucus
(SRDC)

The Pan African Diaspora Union (PADU)

The Reparations United Front (RUF)

The Teaching Artist Institute (TAI)

The Global Business Roundtable

The Non State Actors Reparations Commission
of Barbados (NSARC)

Allure Quest Travel Experiences

Zensa Life Sciences

Okra Restaurant & Hospitality Group 


  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 



The Africa-USA Chamber of Commerce and Industry is pleased to announce that the 6th Annual Pan African Global Trade and Investment Conference will be conducted from September 16-17, 2016 at the Carson Community Center in Carson, CA. The conference will be followed by the Life and Times 6th Annual Fiesta and Award Ceremony on the evening of Saturday September 17, 2016 . 


Additional information about our upcoming trade conference activities and can be obtained at our conference website panafricanglobaltradeconference.com or buy calling our conference coordinator, Al Washington, at 626.243.3614.  



AFUSA SUPPORTS GBR LAUNCHES 
IN THE CARIBBEAN

The Africa USA Chamber of Commerce (AfUSA) has sucessfully collaborated with the Global Business Roundtable (GBR) and the Non State Actors Reparations Comission of Barbados (NSARC) to launch the first GBR Chapter on February 26, 2016 in Barbados. 
The Barbados launch was facilitated by the Non State Actors Reparations Commission of Barbados (NSARC). NSARC will now function as GBR's regional development coordinator for the Caribbean islands.

This launch showcased AfUSA's commitment to developing holistic international business investment synergies and value chains in the Pan African global marketplace. AfUSA and NSARC will also use this occasion to highlight the importance of the United Nations International Decade for People of African Descent 2015-2024 for Recognition Justice and Development. 

For additional information use the GBR link provided above to see our GBR California Launch Report.