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Indian American Chamber of Commerce

The Indian American Chamber of Commerce is one of Central Florida's chambers that represents over a billion dollars in economic activity. The chamber is focused on providing opportunities for local businesses, national corporations, and students to meet and network with our members of Asian Indian origin. We help facilitate strategic alliances with other Indian and Non-Indian business organizations, that want to do business with the Indian American community. 


Our mission is to empower Indian American businesses with growth opportunities by increasing access with other business organizations and corporations. We strive to encourage the involvement of our Indian American community with Mainstream America. 

Mark Your Calendar


Golf Tournament

Our Annual Charity Golf Tournament, always brings our friendly competitive nature out in all of us as we get to the tee box. With an average of approximately 124 players each year


Ashoka Awards Gala

Ashoka Awards Gala, is the one night out of the year where our focus is to celebrate our local community, entrepreneurs, professionals, and influencers.


Gandhi Day of Service

Gandhi once said, “It’s the action, not the fruit of the action, that’s important. You have to do the right thing. It may not be in your power, may not be in your time, that there’ll be any fruit.


India Day

India Day started in 2013 in partnership with the Orlando Magic for their Heritage Night. With that mindset we wanted to bring our Indian Culture to main stream Central Florida.

Upcoming Events

Presidents Messages


I would like to thank the IACC members, our sponsors, and our community on a successful 2022 India Day! Even with the challenges and strict regulations due to COVID-19, we were able to come together and showcase our culture to the community once again.

Many people do not know the work that went on behind the scenes to make India Day the successful event that it was this year. Our initial plans for the event were derailed with a surge of cases in December. Once into the new year, our board and leadership committee rallied to bring this event together. For the last three weeks, our team was on calls from 9 - 10:30 p.m. every Monday through Thursday, as well as two in-person meetings to make this event a success. I cannot thank them enough for their tireless efforts.

On Saturday, the cold weather and slight drizzle did not stop an impressive turnout to support the 16 performances and 10 vendors during the Fan Fest. Inside the arena, we were able to further our reach with an exceptional pregame and halftime performance, kids singing the National Anthem, displaying fusion artwork in the atrium, Bollywood music, along with a henna and rangoli stations. To top it off, Tesher was able to close out the night with a high energy performance including his hit, Jalebi Baby. This day is labeled the largest Heritage Night in the NBA due to the hard work of the IACC and support from our community. We look forward to celebrating our 10th India Day next year and representing our culture. Jai Ho Magic.

Finally, a special thank you to our sponsors listed below.

Neal H. Patel

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