2013 AWARDS PROGRAM
If you know a small business who has met the challenge and succeeded please nominate them for this prestigious award. The following awards are presented:
Emerging Small Business Award
A business with fewer than 25 employees, and less than 5 years in business.
· Consistent overall growth - both in number employees & sales
· Innovativeness of product/service
· Response to adversity
· Contributions to the community
Entrepreneur of the Year Award
A majority owner and operator of a small business with a 3 year track record in the business environment.
· Evidence of success as measured by sales and profits
· Response to adversity
· Development & utilization of innovative or creative business methods
· Demonstrated entrepreneurial potential for long-term success
Every 3rd Thursday of the Month
BRING YOUR BUSINESS CARDS AND JOIN US!
An evening of FUN and PROFESSIONAL NETWORKING
at our NEW LOCATION @ POSCH in Irvine, CA.
Join ABAOC Members, board of directors and other business-minded individuals to expand your network and make meaningful relationships beneficial to your business.
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Nov. 16 Asian Business Association Event Will Recognize Corporate Advisory Board and Member Achievements
PRLog (Press Release) - Oct. 10, 2013 - SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Celebrating the theme, “Rich in Diversity, Strong in Unity,” the Asian Business Association of Orange County (ABAOC) will hold its 18th annual “Recognition and Achievement Awards Gala” Nov. 16 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim.
According to ABAOC President Iris McCammon, this year’s gala is dedicated to Asian American entrepreneurs who have achieved a “breakthrough” in their industry despite the “tough economy.”
“No one does it alone,” McCammon said. “ABAOC has formed alliances with corporate partners among Fortune 500 companies that assist small businesses. In turn, our members provide products and services that generate revenue and contribute both to the community and to a healthier economy.”
Procurement Conference & Exporting (PROCON)
September 12, 2013Where corporate buyers and small business owners showcase their products and services.
It’s an opportunity to network with other businesses and meet potential business prospects.Similarly to the Business Matchmaking Workshops (BWM), PROCON links procurement and economic development managers from major companies to promote minority diversity programs.
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