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The Centre of Commerce in Selma, AL is a hub for businesses and economic development in the city. Located in the heart of downtown, it serves as a central location for entrepreneurs and established businesses to network, collaborate and grow.

The building itself is a historic landmark, with a beautiful brick facade and large windows that allow for plenty of natural light. Inside, there are spacious offices, conference rooms, and common areas that are designed to foster collaboration and creativity. The Centre of Commerce also offers a range of business services, including legal and financial advice, marketing assistance, and access to funding.

In addition to serving as a resource for businesses, the Centre of Commerce is also a community hub. It hosts events and gatherings that bring people together and celebrate the city’s culture and history. With its prime location and comprehensive services, the Centre of Commerce is a vital part of Selma’s economic and social fabric.


912 Selma Avenue
Selma, AL 36701

(334) 875-7241
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