ABA provides a strong voice on business, cultural and political issues of interest to San Diego’s Asian and Pacific Islander community. ABA was founded in 1990, and has grown to its current membership of almost 500 members. A non-profit 501(c)(6) organization, ABA is funded by membership dues, corporate sponsorships, and the City and County of San Diego. ABA facilitates the growth and development of member businesses through ongoing entrepreneurial education, communication and business networking programs. One of our major goals is to enable members to participate fully in San Diego’s economic development, without regard to race, color, creed or national origin.
The mission of ABA is to unite, promote and advocate the San Diego Asian business community. We provide resources for economic growth and help businesses to compete effectively in the local and global marketplace. We are engaged in local, state and federal economic initiatives and legislation that directly impact San Diego businesses.
We are the connective tissue between corporate members and small member businesses. Corporate members can look for and find highly-qualified, innovative suppliers of both products and services while achieving their diversity goals. Member businesses meet and build relationships with corporate sponsors, turning contacts into contracts that will grow their businesses. We do this through a variety of programs and events that are open to the general public.
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