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Featured Members: Featured Members are top-level SBN members who are deeply invested in a building a just, green, and thriving, local economy.

Locally-Owned: Privately-held businesses headquartered in the Greater Philadelphia Area (a requirement for SBN membership)

B Corp: Certified B Corporations are businesses voluntarily meeting higher standards of transparency, accountability, and performance, while offering a positive vision of a better way to do business. Learn more.

The Green Stormwater Infrastructure (GSI) Partners is a priority initiative of SBN working to advance the local GSI industry and innovation. Learn more.

The African-American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ, and DE is a membership organization that serves businesses, non-profit organizations, individuals, and other agencies that are committed to supporting the economic empowerment and growth of African-American businesses located in southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and northern Delaware.

The African-American Chamber of Commerce of PA, NJ and DE (AACC) was formed in 1993 in response to the legal challenge by the contractor’s associations that African-Americans experienced discrimination in city contracting. Later, in 2004, the African-American Foundation was formed as a non-profit entity of the Chamber for the purpose of promoting the sound economic well being and empowerment of African-American owned businesses, the African-American business community, the AACC and the economic status of the African-American community through educational and other charitable means.

The AACC is the leading advocate for minority owned business in the Delaware Valley and Southeastern Pennsylvania. Its purpose is to enhance the growth and effectiveness of African-American owned businesses in the Delaware Valley, and thereby, to improve the economic conditions within the regional African-American community. It’s primary goal is to further the interests of businesses by responding to the needs of the business community and serving as an advocate for the purpose of increasing economic opportunities for the African-American community.

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