Asian Business Summit on May 12
Centreville, Virginia – The Asian American Chamber of Commerce (AACC) will host 2011 2nd Asian Business Summit & Expo on Thursday, May 12, from 8 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. at the Waterford Fair Oaks. The Waterford is located across from the Fair Oaks Mall at 12025 Lee Jackson Memorial Highway in Fairfax.
The event will bring together leading Asian & Pacific American businesses and organizations, connect the Asian business with government resources, and foster building business partnerships.
The event will feature: all day business expo, keynote breakfast and luncheon, power networking with over 300 attendees and series business workshops. Keynote Speakers are: Bill Fairl, the President of U.S. Operations for CACI and Dr. Stephen Fuller, Director of the Center for Regional Analysis, George Mason University. Topics for business workshops include: Export, Marketing/Social Media,Government Contracting/Supplier Diversity, Resources for Asian Business.
AACC is dedicated to improving the economic development for Asian Pacific American owned businesses in Metropolitan DC area. The Chamber also facilitates the growth and development of member businesses. Tickets for the 2011 Asian Business Summit & Expo are available at $60 per person ($75 for non-member). Admission ticket includes breakfast, lunch, workshop and networking sessions. Tickets for limited access (including Expo, workshop, networking only) are available at $20 per person. Exhibit tables (including two admission tickets) are also available at $295 for member, $395 for non-member.
To become a sponsor or for more information about the event, please call Cindy Shao, at 703-201-3167 or visit event website, www.asian-americanchamber.org/2011expo