The Black Business Council (BBC) is an independent membership-based organisation
representing professional, business associations and chambers with the purpose to advocate for
transformation of the South African economy through aggregation
and amplifying of member opinion, thought- leadership and policy change to achieve meaningful
inclusive economic growth.
The long-term growth and success of black business is inextricably intertwined with the creation of jobs for the people of South Africa; the alleviation of poverty and the improvement in the living conditions and standards of all South Africans.
BBC is thus a key player in the dynamics of the business community in South Africa and has set itself an expansionary path that is aimed at embracing all elements of the business community no matter how small or diverse the interests of the broader South Africa community are.
An inclusive and expanding economy that generates wealth for most of its citizens.
To represent the interests of black business in the mainstream economy through the following:
BBC assists corporates and state-owned enterprises in achieving the developmental funding roles by constructively serving as a conduit to small business enterprise development in our economy.