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Black Gwinnett Magazine supports Black entrepreneurs, businesses, organizations and Black diaspora communities throughout Gwinnett County, Georgia. Place your business, classified, events and/or job ads today! Black Gwinnett Magazine is distributed bi-monthly to 15,000 residences and businesses in the county. Through grassroot street marketing, mail subscribers, and storefront member business distributions, we are reaching a very diverse demographic in Gwinnett.

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Gwinnett Kwanzaa Celebration 2023: NIA – Purpose

Join the Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce for the ‘Gwinnett County Kwanzaa Celebration: Nia 2023’. The event will take place at the Gwinnett County Public Library – Norcross Branch, located at 5735 Buford Hwy, Norcross, GA 30071. It is a free and family-friendly event.  Checkout the promo –

“The Real Black Santa” at A Taste of Black Gwinnett – Holiday 2023

Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce is presenting “A Taste of Black Gwinnett – Holiday 2023” on Friday, November 17, 2023, 5-10 p.m. featuring “The Real Black Santa” with photo opportunities for all kids — young and old. REGISTER AT

Free admission and photo packages start at $24.

Come out and meet “The Real Black Santa” at the Norcross Cultural Arts Center, 10 College St., Norcross, GA, 5-9 p.m. This event is presented by the Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce and Black Gwinnett Magazine.

Vendor opportunities available.

For more information, contact Renee at 404.590.4716.

GCBCC to Exhibit During Atlanta Small Business Expo

ATLANTA – November 12, 2019 – Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce (GCBCC) is proud to announce their exhibiting during Atlanta Small Business Expo Thursday, November 14, 2019. GCBCC will be located at Exhibitor Booth 431.

GCBCC will provide information on the organization to businesses attending the Small Business Expo. Registrants stopping by the GCBCC booth will have a chance to spin a wheel for prizes and learn all about GCBCC.

Small Business Expo will return to Atlanta for the 5th year in a row to bring together local small business owners and entrepreneurs to network with 100+ exhibitors as well as attend over 20+ free workshops led by business experts.

According to the Georgia Department of Labor in 2016, over 300,000 business establishments represented Georgia employment with 99.8% categorized as a small business. GCBCC is excited to team-up with Small Business Expo to assist Black-owned businesses in developing and executing strategies to establish and maintain successful entities in Gwinnett County.

ATLANTA SMALL BUSINESS EXPO will take place at the Cobb Galleria Centre | Hall A – 2 Galleria Parkway SE, Atlanta, GA 30339 from 10:00am until 5:30 pm.

For more information and free registration, visit the Atlanta registration page.

Atlanta Business Expo

For media coverage and/or complimentary press passes please contact: Susan Baah, 212-651-0679,

About Small Business Expo
Small Business Expo® is the nation’s largest small business networking and educational event in the Country. From 2015-2018 it was ranked as an Inc. 5000 company as the fastest-growing privately held business. Every year, nearly 100,000 small business professionals and entrepreneurs across the Country register for Small Business Expo to take their business to the next level. The show’s owner, Film, Stage & ShowBiz Expo LLC. was founded in 2008 by Zachary Lezberg. For more information, visit

About Gwinnett County Black Chamber of Commerce
There are a very few Black-owned businesses in Gwinnett County, Georgia, the most diverse county in Georgia and Southeast USA. Blacks are the majority-minority of Gwinnett County, Georgia and we believe business ownership in the county should reflect the demographics of the area.

So the mission of the Gwinnett Black Chamber of Commerce is simple. We have organized to assist Black-owned businesses develop and execute strategies to establish and maintain successful entities in Gwinnett County. We create Black businesses that thrive for years in Gwinnett County creating generational legacies and wealth.

For more information on GWBCC, visit