ABF Presents: Celebrate Asia!
Asia Business Forum is hosting “Celebrate Asia” Holiday Party to celebrate its successful first year and the rising significance of Asian economies to global prosperity, with a festive holiday bash, including special guests, entertainments and networking.
●Speeches by Governor-elect Jay Inslee (invited).
●Presentations by representatives from Boeing and Microsoft on business opportunities in Asia.
●Asian dance and music performances by local groups, including traditional and modern Chinese dance, Indonesian dance and others.
●Networking opportunities with diplomats from Asian countries, a trade mission from Indonesia, retired U.S. diplomats who served in Asia, and Seattle-area international business professionals.
Date: Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Time: Registration at 5:30 p.m. Program from 6:30 to 8:00
Cost: $30 (Includes hors d’oeuvres and one free drink)
Location: Residence Inn Marriott Downtown Bellevue
605 114th Ave., SE, Bellevue, WA. Easy acccess and free parking.
Attire: Festive -- dress up to represent your culture, or just to celebrate.
Check www.meetup.com/AsiaBusinessForum for more info about the Asia Business Forum.
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Asia Business Forum
Asia Business Forum’s mission is to create a forum for professionals in the Greater Seattle Area, who are engaged in work related to Asia or interested in Asian economies, to share knowledge, ideas, experience and expertise.
By creating such forum, ABF intends to be a catalyst for building and sustaining the Asia-related business community and caters to the needs and interests of professionals doing Asia-related work.
In addition to Asia as a whole region, ABF mostly covers China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia and India. Furthermore, we discuss not only outbound investments from the U.S. to Asia but also inbound investments from Asian countries to Washington.
ABF hosts a forum four to six times a year in Seattle and Bellevue. The forum is open and accessible to the public.
ABF is an all-volunteer, independent, politically neutral non-profit organization established in the State of Washington in 2011. ABF has established supporting relationships with 25 government, trade, business, culture and ethnic organizations and two universities in Seattle.