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British American Business Council


The British American Business Council (BABC) promotes increased trade and investment between the U.K. and Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware. Created in 1991 as a member of the BABC worldwide organization, which is composed of 31 affiliate chapters across the U.S. and U.K. with more than 4,000 members, the council facilitates social and commercial interaction for the benefit of the individual, the corporation, and Greater Philadelphia. Through the BABC, members have the opportunity to develop valuable business contacts within the British American community and to exchange ideas and information with a cross section of business, trade and governmental interests.

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Chilean and American Chamber of Commerce


The Chilean and American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia (CACC) is a non-profit, apolitical membership organization created in 1988 to foster increased and improved trade relations between the Republic of Chile and Greater Philadelphia. The CACC joins people and businesses with an interest in reaching this goal through participation in a variety of activities and programs. The CACC assists entrepreneurs and investors from one nation interested in establishing contacts in the other by providing material valuable to the conduct of importing and exporting. Building upon the existing trade between Chile and Greater Philadelphia can benefit economic growth in the both Chile and the Delaware Valley.

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Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce


The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is an independent, member-based organization dedicated to developing, promoting and advocating for Hispanic business in the Greater Philadelphia region, as well as encouraging the advancement and economic growth of the Hispanic community. With the dramatic growth of the Hispanic population in the region, GPHCC’s goal is to foster business development and retention by providing resources that enable individuals to start new businesses and grow existing ones more successfully. GPHCC provides ongoing workshops and services that support and strengthen the impact of small and minority-owned businesses on the local and state economy. GPHCC continues to encourage and facilitate business relationships among its members by providing opportunities to exchange information, ideas as well as business opportunities.

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