1. Why established Oromo Chambers of Commerce?
Oromo Chamber of Commerce of Minnesota (OCCMN) is created to support creating, growth and expansion of Oromo Businesses in the State of Minnesota. Oromo Chamber of Commerce works to reduce barriers to entrepreneurship for Oromo businesses. OCC advocates for the success of Oromo Businesses.
2. When was OCC established?
Oromo Chamber of Commerce is created in March 15, 2014. The mission of Oromo Chamber of Commerce is to nurture the growth of Oromo Businesses in the State of Minnesota. Oromo
Chamber of Commerce lobby for sound business climate in the state of Minnesota. This included equal opportunity in terms of government contracting, procurement, taxation, lending and
relationships with the licensing and regulatory environments.
3. Who established the OCC?
Oromo Chamber of Commerce is created by a group of Oromo Businesses owners who came together on March 15, 2015 to address the challenges faced by Oromo Businesses. It is created at the presence of two Minnesota State Senators – Senator Hoffman and Senator Found and Dr. Bruce Corrie who is a longtime friend of the Oromo Community.