2014 Asian Business Expo
Event: 2014 Asian Business Expo
Date: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Time: 9:00AM – 4:00PM (Expo)
Location: Embassy Suites Anaheim South Hotel, 11767 Harbor Blvd, Garden Grove, CA 92840
The forth ever joint Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino American, Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce, SABAN, AABWA, and HKASC Business Expo will promote economic growth, and social and professional interaction between the many emerging Asian American markets in the United States. This will generate goodwill between the community and more importantly increase the purchasing power and ability to obtain government vendor and supplier contracts, and ability to work directly with large private corporations. In addition, collective works such as this Expo will strengthen their professional networks and build stronger ties with each other’s communities. The targeted demographic for this event is approximately 110,474 Vietnamese Americans (US Census, 2005), 95,300 Filipino Americans (US Census, 2005) and 130,000 Korean Americans in Orange County (Korean Chamber of Commerce, 2011). The Expo will be held at Embassy Suites Anaheim South Hotel on Wednesday, September 10, 2014. We are expecting over 1000 guests in attendance to include local political electives, business owners, and VIP guests of the community. This event will be a historical event in which the Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino and other communities will have the opportunity to network and create new business ties. The Expo will allow business owners within the many ethnic groups to work cross-functionally and for attendees to learn about each other’s cultures and bordering businesses.
Address: 9828 Garden Grove Blvd, Suite 207, Garden Grove, CA 92844
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Direct Contact: EllyLee
Contact Phone: 714-638-1440
Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County(KACCOC)
The Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County is a non-profit voluntary membership organization comprised of Orange County Korean American Business and leaders interested in enhancing Orange County community. Established in 1978, it has been serving Korean Business Community for over 30 years. It serves as the bridge between Korean Business, mainstream business, local government, neighborhood minority business association, and the general business community in Orange County. Korean American Chamber strengthens the Korean Business community by identifying needs and opportunities. We then develop the program and education to satisfy community’s needs. The Korean American Chamber of Commerce celebrates 34 years of service to the community. The Chamber continues to be a force in Orange County Community improvement, with emphasis placed on advocacy for Korean American Business.
The Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County is organized to promote the success and advancement of our members through networking, education, advocacy and collaboration with all of Orange County area community.
Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce (VACOC)
The VACOC was founded 25 years ago in 1985 and is currently managed by a team of 10 Board of Directors, Committee Members, Advisors and Volunteers, newly installed since August 2009. We are a non-profit organization comprised of local business owners and corporate representatives throughout Southern California.
The Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County (VACOC) is a non-profit organization composed of local business owners and corporate representatives throughout Southern California. Our mission is to provide a strong network that allows businesses to advertise, build partnerships, and give back to the greater community. We pledge to help new businesses grow and established corporations to thrive. Through advanced technologies, public events and philanthropic sponsorships, the VACOC membership will add value to your company’s brand and integrity.
“The voices of many businesses, spoken through one organization.”
Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County (FACCOC)
To foster and promote domestic and international Filipino-American Business Interests.
The variety and scope of Chamber activities are unlimited. The Chamber represents and promotes Filipino American business and professional community. As a leading business action force for Filipino Americans in the area, it is the cohesive force that champions total economic, social and political well-being.
The Chamber is the front door to the community.
The Chamber is organized to focus attention and initiate private sector action on the major issues affecting the economic well-being and quality of life in the community. As it is a private, nonprofit association supported largely by its members, membership investments are a tax-deductible business expense.
Its elected Executive Board of Directors determines the policies and programs of the Chamber. The Chamber works through a series of committees. Members who participate in those committees have a direct impact on Chamber positions and influence community action.
Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce (GGCC)
The Garden Grove Chamber is diligent in serving local residents, businesses, and visitors as well as serving as a community information center. Each day, the Chamber answer inquires, field’s questions, and distributes literature about local events and activities, community services and related information. Through its activities and resources, the Chamber is able to promote the community’s values and aesthetics as being an excellent place to work, shop and live.
The Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit, non-governmental, voluntary membership organization comprised of local businesses and leaders interested in enhancing our community. It serves as the link between businesses, local government, neighborhood associations, and the general public. Chamber members are able to mutually aid each other in promoting and producing business, and aid the community by providing important services and tax revenues.
New members are warmly welcomed and encouraged to enjoy the many opportunities made available by the Chamber staff and committees.
Asian American Business Women Association (AABWA)
Asian American Business Women Association recognizes, as well as highlights women in every area of expertise, at all different levels business industries. In our network you will have access to meet business and professional women in the areas of small to medium sized business, corporate executives, healthcare professionals, financial consultants, education, and the non-profit sector just to name a few.
Asian American Business Women Association is one of the most exciting organizations for businesswomen to meet others to exchange ideas and build business leads.
Asian American Business Women Association provides opportunities, resources, training and marketing services to empower women in the business environment and professional growth.
Asian American Business Women Association: values and supports women who demonstrates integrity and courage to impact and create positive changes in their communities. Our organization also participates in charitable activities to help others in need.
South Asian Business Alliance Network (SABAN)
SABAN, SOUTH ASIAN BUSINESS ALLIANCE NETWORK, is a pro business and networking group. It was created in 1998 to promote and develop a pro-business and pro-networking environment by organizing business events and activities for South Asian owned and represented, small to large businesses in the United States
We, at the SABAN, SOUTH ASIAN BUSINESS ALLIANCE NETWORK, are dedicated to create business opportunity, communication, and prosperity of South Asians residing in the United States of America to enhance and preserve the quality of our lives and heritage.
Also, we are committed to promote and develop pro-business and pro-networking organization through assisting, inter-cultural understanding, and sharing expertise in the business world.
Hong Kong Association of Southern California (HKASC)
Hong Kong Association of Southern California (HKASC), www.hkasc.org, is a
26-year old and 600+ members strong non-profit business association, our
main objective is to facilitate and strengthen business and economic
relationship between Hong Kong and Southern California. To that end, our
goals are to promote understanding of Hong Kong within the United States and
throughout the international business community; to optimize networking
opportunities among industry professionals who have a common interest in
Hong Kong, to offer programs of diverse interest and value for our
association members and business partners; to enhance a mutual understanding
of developments in Hong Kong and Southern California; to provide a
clearinghouse for information on trade and investment opportunities between
the two regions, and last but not last, to illustrate the new advantages the
recently signed Closer Economic Partnership Agreement and Pan-Pearl River
Asian Women Entrepreneurs (AWE)
AWE was founded in September 2005 by four Asian Pacific Women – Corin Ramos, Josie de la Cruz, Alice Lei, and Jeannie Luong. These women have attributed to their community leadership role, hard work, and most significantly, their dedication and enthusiasm to volunteer services that benefit the community.
AWE is a non-profit (C (3)) organization representing the interests of Asian Pacific Women entrepreneurs in all types of businesses and professions. The wide range of businesses owned by AWE members is impressive; accounting, mortgage services, financial investment consultants, real estate investment firm, advertising, land development, engineering firm, lawyers, computer engineering, graphic design and printing, educators, import/export, cosmetic aesthetic, gift baskets, communications, medical, dental and healthcare services providers and others.
The purpose of Asian Women Entrepreneurs (AWE) is to assist Asian Pacific Women realize their entrepreneurial potential, promoting their entrepreneurial skills in a dynamic business environment; identifying specific needs of Asian Pacific Women, providing available resourcesthrough entrepreneurial networking opportunities to assist members to grow their businesses to the next level.
Pacific Trade & Culture Alliance (PTCA)
"The Pacific Trade & Culture Alliance is dedicated to build trade and culture through the synergies of international communities."
The Pacific Trade & Culture Alliance (PTCA) is a 501 (c) 6 nonprofit organization, formed in April of 2014. The mission of PTCA is to bring international communities together to build trade and culture through strategic business and cultural events, programs and workshops as well as participating and supporting other events such as the Asian Business Expo and Diversity Visionary Award which is a collaboration with other ethnic chambers and organizations. For more information on the Pacific Trade and Culture Alliance, kindly call: 714.548.2762 or 714.943.1933.
Southern California Edison
We develop and nurture close working relationships with local communities to keep information flowing about important topics like energy conservation, opportunities to save, safety around electricity, and more.
Asian Business Association of Orange County (ABAOC)
The Asian Business Association of Orange County (ABAOC) was founded in 1992, as a non-profit business under IRS 501(c) (6), to meet the needs of the growing Asian businesses in Orange County. Its vision was to build an organization that would provide all Asian Americans the opportunity to gain access to economic advancement through networking, education and community representation. For more than 20 years, ABAOC has been a leader in community service in the Asian and small business community in Orange County. Since its establishment, it has successfully organized many major events, including networking mixers, procurement events, and outreach programs through the support of its members, sponsors and community affiliates. ABAOC events and programs inspire and stimulate small business owners, start-ups and entrepreneurs to grow and prosper through creation of new opportunities, education, networking and community participation.
The Asian Business Association of Orange County (ABAOC) provides Asian Americans the opportunity to gain access to economic advancement through networking, education and community representation.
The Irvine Chamber remains the largest business organization in Orange County and one of the most innovative in the nation, and has received a Four Star Accreditation with the United States Chamber of Commerce. With nearly 7,000 chambers in the United States, Accreditation with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is a prestigious honor that distinguishes the high quality, expertise, and strong leadership displayed by Accredited state and local chambers of commerce. The Irvine Chamber is among only 223 chambers across the US that has received this distinction, as well as one of seven chambers in California to receive Four Stars. The purpose of the U.S. Chamber’s Accreditation Program is to facilitate continuing excellence in the chamber industry and to foster a pro-business environment across America.
The ICC’s mission is to promote an economic climate that strengthens the competitiveness of local businesses while offering members a wide range of benefits, services, programs and information. The Irvine Chamber serves as a catalyst for local economic growth by:
v Promoting the city as a dynamic business and tourism destination
v Providing valuable training and networking opportunities
v Advocating for the interests of the business community with federal, state and local officials.
Indonesian American Business Council (IABC)
Expanding Indonesian and American business potentials.
To promote the interest of Indonesian and American businesses and professionals by bridging and utilizing potential resources through networking within its members and affiliates.
Furthermore, as we move forward with our organizational goals, our efforts will be focused in the following areas:
v To provide an efficient channel of communication for information pertaining to trade and business opportunities between Indonesian and American businesses.
v To promote better understanding and insights of Indonesian businesses within the United States and the international business community.
v To assist professionals with their business development needs as it relates to Indonesian and American businesses in the United States.
Overseas Korean Foundation
Overseas Koreans Foundation(OKF), an affiliate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, was founded in October of 1997 in accordance with the laws designed specifically for foundations intended for overseas Koreans, is soley committed to providing support to Koreans all around the world. OKF’s main objective is to help overseas Koreans maintain sense of identity, secure and enhance their rights and social status in the countries of their residence, and find an effective way to use their potential as part of the entire Korean population all over the world.
China U.S. Business Association (CUSBA)
Our business platform specializes in working with key Chinese business leaders to discover opportunities for commerce on a global scale. Current topics of interest include investment, immigration and education.
Organizational events include conferences, mixers and key party business trips to China.
The China US Business Association is committed to continuing to build the foundational bridge from China to the United States in the name of greater economic development.
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$500 Standard Booth (2.5X6ft table)
$1000 Two Standard Booths (2.5X6ft table) with aquarter page ad on Booklet
* If you wish to have food demo at a separate area, please pay $700. You must bring your own equipment and materials for the demoing. Please call the Chamber for the detail. (Expo layout of outlets on next page)
Please make your check payable to KACCOC or Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County before July 31, 2014 to secure your booth. The booth position will be determined at first come first service base.
Mail Contract and Payment to: Fax Contract to:
KACCOC Attn: KACCOC
9828 Garden Grove Blvd, Suite 207 714-530-4333
Garden Grove, CA 92844
Thank you for your Sponsorship!