CelebrAsian 2016 Universally Acclaimed as a Resounding Success

Washington, DC | July 01, 2016

Accolades continue to pour in from Fortune corporations, government agencies, large non-profits and the small/minority business community. They describe great connections made with Fortune Corporations and their positive outcome and optimistic outlook following the successful CelebrAsian Procurement Conference held June 1 – 3, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta in Georgia.

CelebrAsian, the flagship national event of the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC), is the country’s largest business-to-business procurement event convened by Pan Asian Americans to connect with large, medium and small enterprises.

In three days, CelebrAsian 2016 brought together 800 participants, who came in full force from all over the country, including 94 corporations, 22 government agencies, and 14 media partners. Over 500 pre-scheduled one-on-one business matchmaking meetings were held between buyers and suppliers, across various industries and with over 50 commodities to be purchased in the next 12-18 months.

“We continue to receive a deluge of accolades from CelebrAsian participants, as well as firm commitments of continued support,” said Susan Au Allen, USPAACC National President & CEO. “These heartwarming compliments are strong validation of the unique services and value we bring to our constituency through results-oriented procurement networking events with powerful and top-caliber speakers, innovative suppliers who jump-start economic parity and enable job growth.”

“Congratulations again on all of USPAACC’s accomplishments!” wrote Juan Perez, Chief Information Officer of UPS and the Gala Keynote Speaker. “The event was representative of the quality of your organization – outstanding!”

UPS Chairman and CEO David Abney served as the Honorary Conference Chair. Corporate Host Co-Chairs were The Coca-Cola Company, Nissan, SunTrust Bank and UPS. Asian American Business Co-Chairs were Ampcus and Softpath System. Legacy Co-Chairs were PepsiCo and Wells Fargo.

The accolades from Asian American and minority-owned businesses described the special knowledge-filled sessions and the opportunities that were created for them at the conference as: “Stellar!” “Truly amazing (with) the spirit, the positive energy, the ‘we can do’ notion of all things possible;” “Excellent conference;” “A huge success!” “Outstanding and well-organized event;” “Very informative;” “Impressive and worthwhile;” and “A resounding success on many levels!” among many others.

Accolades from Fortune corporations, large non-profits and government agencies were equally effusive: “Far superior event;” “Impressed by the caliber of attendees and content;” “Relevant content and impactful networking;” “Truly a great event;” “Very inspiring;” “A good network to exchange information and do business;” “Already in discussions with new suppliers I met;” “Truly amazing – looking forward to participating again next year!” “Tremendous success;” “Well-run event;” and “Amazing!” and other noteworthy compliments.

To read more of the accolades in their entirety, click <a href="http://uspaacc.com/news/details/celebrasian-2016-accolades">here.</a>

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The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) is the oldest and largest national, nonprofit, non partisan organization representing all Asian American and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services.