The BBA Black Business Association (BBA), a nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization (#95-3166199-Click Here to see our Current Nonprofit Determination Letter) is one of the oldest, active, ethnic business organization in the nation. Since 1970 the BBA, headquartered in Los Angeles, has successfully mentored and worked with emerging black-owned firms to help them gain access to long-term contracts and expansion capital. Nationally, we have access to and influence with thousands of African-American owned and women/minority-owned businesses (WMBE), through the formation of strategic alliances with chambers, trade associations and business organizations nationwide.
The BBA publishes active subcontractor recruitment from a variety of major construction, manufacturing, service, and financial firms. The bid listing is a free resource for promoting opportunities to the southern CA business community. Post your respective bid requirements to recruit qualified subcontractors. To read postings click here>>
BBA TRADE MAGAZINES
Stay abreast of activities taking place in the international trade community by reading the monthly BBA International News Magazine. Read more>>
In addition, the BBA publishes an informative local monthly magazine called the Black Business News. Read more>>
The BBA goes to Washington D.C. for Procurement Trade Mission. This special business trade mission targets Federal Contract Procurement Opportunities. Read more>>
The BBA supports and participates in a number of key business trade events during the year. There are subcommittee meetings with the local and national government groups that can enhance your business resources. Read more>>
"The only time your race or gender is not questioned is when you are a White Man." Wanda Sykes
The BBA supports two new web sites developed by the African American Engagement Supplier Collaboration (AASEC), 'TheArtofBidding.com' and 'BlackSuppliers.com'. Both were conceived and implemented by a generous grant from the Verizon Communications Corporation, number one in diversity and inclusion.