ABAOC recognizes that each of our members identifies and may have a relationship with their own respective ethnic communities. It’s ABAOC’s vision is to be an organization that intertwines these communities and serves as an intersection for these communities to interact and engage with one another.
The following organizations have partnered with the ABAOC to deliver access to their communities. Refer below to what’s going on with them and engage!
Asian Business Association
San Diego (ABASD)
Founded in 1990, Asian Business Association of San Diego (ABASD) represents the interests of over 30,000 Asian Pacific Islander (API) owned businesses throughout San Diego County. ABASD believes in building sustainable communities through inclusive economic development and a qualified diverse workforce.
Filipino American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County (FACCOC)
FACCOC is a non-profit organization for Filipino-American entrepreneurs, professionals, and students that are committed to promoting domestic and international business interests for its members by providing a host of wide-ranging benefits, services, programs, workshops, and training.
Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce (VACOC)
The VACOC’s mission is to promote the development of business and trade for its members by creating a platform for businesses of all sizes to meet, discuss and share ideas on topics to help stimulate growth locally and globally, while considering the interests of our community.
Coalition of Filipino American Chambers of Commerce (COFACC)
The Coalition of Filipino American Chambers of Commerce, Inc, (COFACC) is an organization of various sovereign Filipino American Chambers of Commerce united with a common belief in VISION, MISSION and CORE VALUES that provide the very essence and reason why this organization exist and operate.
National Asian American Coalition (NAAC)
The National Asian American Coalition (“NAAC”) is the nation’s leading Asian American nonprofit advocating for homeownership affordability, for greater economic growth focusing on the underserved communities, for small business development and for advancing the growing economic and social power of Asian Americans nationwide.