American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma

American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma is a non-profit organization with five chapters across the state of Oklahoma to enhance American Indian networking.

Our Mission Statement

"AICCO is an organization in which Native American businesses, tribal leaders and other businesses can come together with innovative ideas that will promote and enhance the success of all Native American people."

What being a member means for you...

The purpose of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) is to assist American Indian business to expand and grow their business. The Chamber actively supports and nurtures well-planned, long-term business opportunities for members by providing organized access to public sector agencies and private industry. 

 

The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma provides the opportunities for Native American business owners to network among themselves to enhance business opportunities, and to extend their venues to state and federal levels. The Chamber also acts as a collective voice for American Indian businesses on important issues. Your support is important to a vital and vibrant American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma. 

 

Benefit of Membership also include: 

 

 

AICCO Chapters

North Central Chapter - Stillwater - This chapter meets the 1st Wednesday of the month.

Oklahoma Chapter - This chapter meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. 

Southwest Chapter - Lawton - This chapter meets on the 1st Friday of the month. 

Southeast Chapter - Durant - This chapter is now forming, please watch for details. 

Tulsa Chapter - This chapter meets the 3rd Thursday of the month. 

 

For information and to RSVP for a luncheon, please email chamber@aiccok.org

 

AICCO State Board

The State Board for the AICCO is comprised of volunteers dedicated to serving chamber members and providing them with support and opportunities to succeed.  Board positions are elected yearly to serve a three year term. Board positions are selected by members of the AICCO that are members of federally recognized tribes. In addition to serving the membership, The State Board organizes educational and networking, and economical development in Oklahoma Indian county and help to increase membership. 

Each year The State Board organizes "The Gathering", one of the largest conferences for American Indian businesses. The 3 day event provides networking opportunities, classes, and speakers to enhance economical development in Oklahoma Indian country. Each year "The Gathering" is held in a new Native venue in the state of Oklahoma.