Black Business Association

To promote Black business ownership, entrepreneurship and Black employees in the capital, the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry has launched the Black Business Association (BBA).

Association for Black Owned Businesses in the UK

The Black Business Association brings together Black business owners and employees to create a purposeful outlet, enabling networking and promoting Black entrepreneurs and business ownership in the capital. The BBA group also provides a forum to collectively address barriers to equality in London’s economy.

Join the Black Business Association

To join you must be an LCCI Member or part of the free London Chamber Community Network:

- Join LCCI Membership
- Sign up to the London Chamber Community Network
- Already have an LCCI account? Update your preferences or contact us.

BBA News and Updates

Black Business Association Committee

Meet the Committee

The BBA Committee, under the chairmanship of Lord Dr Michael Hastings of Scarisbrick CBE and Vice Chair Shereen Daniels, Founder & Managing Director, HR rewired, are dedicated to lobbying and supporting the effective business activity of Black entrepreneurs and owners.


BBA Group on the App

Get Connected

We have launched a free social networking digital app allowing businesses to connect with like-minded professionals, join interest groups and find out more about London Chamber’s products and services. We have a dedicated BBA group within the app which we encourage you to join and share your experiences and ideas to help future business growth.

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How diverse is your boardroom?

Upcoming BBA Webinar

Join the next BBA webinar on Thursday 9 September at 1.45pm. This meeting will open up a discussion on diversity in the boardroom, exploring the challenges faced by Black professionals in reaching board positions and how these challenges could be resolved.

Book for free

Grants for Ethnically Diverse Owned Small Businesses

Back2Business: £10,000 Grants Available


Fiserv is giving back to help ethnically diverse owned small businesses get Back2Business. In addition to financial grants, which are administered by the Associations for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO), Fiserv is providing businesses with the opportunity to access coaching and learning opportunities to help fuel growth, creating sustainable business and shared value for all.

Apply today

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BBA Webinar Series

Webinars for Black Business Owners & Entrepreneurs

The BBA host regular interactive webinars, which you can access on demand. Topics include: a celebration of black business, accessing finance and capital and entrepreneurship.

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