Join Us At The January General Membership Meeting

Guest Speaker: Sam Johnson

Sam is a native resident of Plano, and has lived in Collin County his entire life except for his time at the University of Texas at Austin and South Texas College of Law - Houston. Sam lives in Plano with his wife and three sons. Sam has spent years as an advocate for equal justice and fair treatment for all by actively serving on the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and Education Committee of the Anti-Defamation League. Sam is also a business attorney, and has his own law firm in the Shops at Legacy in Plano. He is running to be the next Congressman representing Texas' 3rd Congressional District because he believes that Collin County and the US deserve leaders who will listen more than they talk, who will fight for other families more than their own finances, and who will advocate as a voice for them. Sam believes he can combine his advocacy skills as an attorney with those as a civil rights activist to zealously stand up for the rights and progress of every community in the district.

Business Spotlight: Ini Adesanya

Ini is a Certified Public Accountant(CPA), A Certified Management Accountant(CGMA) and holds a Masters in taxation(MST) with international designations in accounting and tax.

 She has over 18 years' experience in accounting and global taxation. She has worked with conglomerates, multinationals and in public accounting. As a public accountant she continues to work with several small/midsize  businesses helping to maximize their profit, increase their liquidity and reduce their taxes.

Ini has presented papers on tax, finance and accounting on radio stations such as KNON 89.3 FM, at organizations such as the North Texas Toll Way Authority(NTTA) and various Small Business Development Centers(SBDC) among others.

She is the president of  IAA CPA FIRM PLLC and IAA Training LLC


The Tax Reform and What it Means for Your Business.

As a Sole proprietor, Limited Liability Company(LLC), Partnership or a Corporation: find out the impact of the tax reform on your business.

or you may pay via check (payable to CCBCC) and mail to:
Collin County 
Black Chamber of Commerce


PO Box 3426
McKINNEY TX 75070-9998

Facts About Government Grants

BA does NOT provide grants for starting and expanding a business.

Government grants are funded by your tax dollars and, therefore, require very stringent compliance and reporting measures to ensure the money is well spent. As you can imagine, grants are not given away indiscriminately.


2017 Holiday Extravaganza

We held our annual Holiday Extravaganza on Saturday December 9, 2017.

Click here to see pictures from the event!

Upcoming Events

Collin County Black Chamber of Commerce is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. 

550 N CENTRAL EXPY PO Box 3426 McKINNEY TX 75070-9998 

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