What was your favorite part of the CelebrAsian Business Opportunity Conference?

What was your favorite part of the CelebrAsian Business Opportunity Conference?

After attending the oldest and largest Pan Asian American Business Opportunity Conference in the United States, everyone is left asking the question, “What was your favorite part of the conference?” As for 1-Stop Translation attendees, CEO and Founder, Don Shin and Marketing Associate, Tony Kim, the amazing networking opportunities and new connections made, would have to be their favorite part. This year’s CelebrAsian Business Opportunity Conference was held Monday, June 3rd through Wednesday, June 5th, at the Hyatt Regency in Garden Grove, California.

The annual event was hosted by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce also known as (USPAACC). For over 27 years USPAACC has worked diligently in partnership with Corporate America and the Federal, State and Local Government to open doors to contract, educational and professional opportunities for the Asian American community.

The three day conference provided members with intensive educational programming, extensive networking opportunities, as well as valuable information on available contract opportunities and requisite procurement procedures.

The Asian American community throughout the country is vastly becoming more prominent and this conference was the epitome of exemplifying potential of various business opportunities among one another; as well as the achievements they made as a group. The Asian American community has the full capacity to serve as the engine to drive our economy and impact America’s future far more than anyone could have imagined,” stated Marketing Associate, Tony Kim.

For those of you who missed the conference, we are sorry that you could not attend, but we look forward to seeing you next year! For more information please visit, CelebrAsian Conference.


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