Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce

We are the U.S Asian Chamber of Commerce with 7 offices some located at regional government offices across Virginia. Fueled by the Virginia Asian Foundation, our C3 Non Profit Sister Agency, and with more than 5,000 members in the community, we are the public voice of Asian Business.

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Asians Education Attainment Highest In The Nation Among Other Demographic Groups

Educational Attainment in the United States: 2015   Census Bureau Report Shows More than Half of Asians in U.S. Have a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher March 29, ’16 US CeEnsus Press Release – Excerpt of Full Report: http://www.census.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2016/cb16-56.html MARCH 29, 2016 — The percentage of Asians in the U.S. with a bachelor’s degree or higher rose to 54 percent in 2015, up from 38 percent in 1995, according to a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau. In addition, Asians andRead More…

February 18, 2016- VACC Legislative Expertise Deliver Results

VACC Hosts  the 7th Annual Asian Business Legislative Public Policy Forum and Reception                       Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce hosted the 7th Annual Asian Business Legislative Public Policy Forum and Reception on February 18, 2016 at the Virginia General Assembly and at VACC Central Virginia Office at SunTrust Bank in Richmond. View the event Picture Gallery at: http://felixbuenophotography.zenfolio.com/p472307169 When Asian small businesses in all 60 Virginia Industry sector want toRead More…

VACC 7th Annual Legislative Summit and Reception

Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce ‘s 7th Annual Legislative Summit and Reception provide a forum for business leaders and AAPI small business owners to engage with state, local, regional legislators around issues and policies impacting AAPIS- AAPT businesses throughout the State. DAY SCHEDULE  – THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18, 2016 – 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM   Afternoon Legislators Office Visit – A Pre-Arranged Small Guided Group Meetings with Your Legislators – (OPTIONAL) – 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM – At The Virginia General Assembly Building-  910 Capitol Square, at 9thRead More…

Asian Chamber Gala Featured on Richmond Magazine

Asian Chamber Gala –  Story from www.richmondmagazine.com   Asian Chamber Gala 2015 Prosperity was the theme for the Asian Chamber Gala 2015, held by the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce and the Virginia Asian Foundation on Dec. 2 at The Jefferson Hotel. View photo gallery: http://richmondmagazine.com/life-style/asian-chamber-gala/

Pan Asian Construction Sector Networking in Hampton

Pan Asian Construction Businesses Networking Event in Hampton   Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce ‘s Hampton Roads Office & Partners hosted BUILD VIRGINIA – A PAN-ASIAN CONSTRUCTION , ARCHITECT/ENGINEERING BUSINESS NETWORKING EVENT. The event was held on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at the Peninsula Town Center in Hampton. Asian entrepreneurs came to learn and hear more about new Hampton Roads business  government leadership, construction projects, & partnering opportunities.     Various bank service providers from BB&T attended the event togetherRead More…

VACC and Loudoun County Economic Development Form Partnership

Partnership Will Help Accelerate Asian Business Entrepreneurship, many in Scientific, Technology, and Construction, and Services Sectors   On December 4, 2015, VACC’s Northern Virginia Office staff spent the day with Virginia’s Loudoun County Economic Development Leadership Rick Morris and Vanessa Jozwiak.  We made a presentation on the status of Asian business entrepreneurship in Virginia at the County’s @ussourcelink meeting for Loudoun service providers. VACC Director presented on VACC activties statewide and` in Northern Virginia area she discussed how the partnership willRead More…

China’s Tranlin Paper Company Leadership Connects with Asian Chamber Leaders

                                    On October 22, 2015 Mr. Tinh Phan, VACC Chairman and My Lan Tran, VACC Executive Director met with Mr. Jerry Peng, the CEO of Tranlin Inc. at the company ‘s ground breaking ceremony attended by more than 150 guests – among them, Governor Terry McAuliffe and Chesterfiled County Director Gary Hart, Assistant Director Karen Aylward, and most all state legislators and SupervisorsRead More…

ProcureCon NOVA EXPO 2015 – Another Great Success

ProcureCon NOVA 2015 – Another Great Success             View our Facebook Gallery page with 200 photos The overarching aim of VACC is to build economic bridge by creating a vibrant community dedicated to connect, promote, and facilitate today’s and tomorrow’s Asian business entrepreneurship growth and Virginia’s global economic growth potentials. This is possible only with the existence of an amazing team of like-minded institutions which support our mission. ProcureCon NOVA 2015 was another outstanding success.Read More…

Updates on VACC Establishment of Economic Relations with Hong Kong Business Community

            Exciting Updates: VACC Continues to Establish Economic Relations with Hong Kong Business Community On December 10, 2015, VACC hosted a meeting to greet Mr Anthony Mak, Director of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council to discuss partnership opportunities between the two agencies to benefit VACC members and Hong Kong. In September, our international Business Connection program led by our Country Specialist Linsey Kha continues to conduct meeting with various executive officers in Hong Kong.Read More…

VACC Leadership A National Award Winning Leadership

                Do You Know?  VACC Executive Leadership is a Double National Award Winning Leadership! In May 2007 and 2009, The Small Business Administration – www.sba.gov – honored both the Chairman and Executive Director of the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce (VACC) as Minority Small-Business Champions of the Years 2007 and 2009, consecutively. Mr. Tinh Phan, chairman of the Virginia Asian Chamber of Commerce, won the Virginia Small Minority Business Champion of 2009. Ms.Read More…