1-StopAsia ranked among Top Asian American Businesses
Los Angeles, California – 1-StopAsia is excited to announce that the company has been ranked among the Top Asian American Businesses by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation Western Region Chapter. Founded in 1984, the USPAACC award recognizes fast-growing Asian American-owned companies in California, based on percentage revenue growth over the last two years 2014-2015.
“We are honored to receive this award. It is a tremendous accomplishment to be praised for our growth, innovation, leadership and community service,” commented Don Shin, Founder and CEO of 1-StopAsia. “I am delighted to be commemorated, by one of the oldest and largest organizations representing Asian American and Asian-related groups in business, science, art, sports, education, public and community services; alongside some of the most elite companies nationwide. This achievement would not have been made possible without our diverse team working around the clock to deliver premier Asian language services to ensure client satisfaction.”
As an honoree, 1-StopAsia had to fulfill the following criteria in order to be qualified:
• 51% ownership by one or more Asian Americans (US Citizen or Permanent Resident)
• $500,000 in annual revenue in each of the recent two years
• In business for a minimum of two years
• Be headquartered in the U.S. No subsidiaries or divisions
To commemorate the accomplishments, the organization held an event December 2, 2016 at Google in San Francisco.
1-StopAsia is your one stop source for all your Asian language needs. Since 1998, we have been providing innovation, reliability and affordability in Asian language translation services to over 500 clients worldwide. With over 50 in-house translators, 1-StopAsia maintains offices in the United States, China, South Korea and Europe. For more information, please visit www.1stopasia.com
About US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce:
US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization. USPAACC yearns to educate, train, develop, and advocate for equal opportunity for Asian American businesses, professionals, and business organizations in the corporate and government procurement market; and promotes business between Asian Americans and their business partners in corporations, government agencies, and in the small and minority business community. For more information, please visit www.uspaacc.com