OC ABE History

In 2011, what began as a collaboration between the Korean American Chamber of Commerce of OC and the Vietnamese Chamber of Commerce of OC has now grown to include nearly every one of Asian American business organizations as well as the local chambers of commerce in Orange County.

2011 OCABE

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The Korean American Chamber of Commerce of OC (KACCOC )and the Vietnamese American Chamber of Commerce of OC (VACOC) first joint Business Expo was held on Wednesday Sept 14, 2011 at the Garden Grove Community Center.

2012 OCABE

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Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino American, Garden Grove Chambers of
Commerce, SABAN, and AABWA second joint Business Expo was held on Wednesday November 07, 2012 from 11:00 AM to 4:30
PM at the Garden Grove Community Center

2013 OCABE

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Korean, Vietnamese, Filipino American, Garden Grove Chambers of
Commerce, SABAN, and AABWA third joint Business Expo was held at the Embassy Suites Anaheim South Hotel on Tuesday, October 8, 2013.

2014 OCABE

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In a strong show of unity and mutual cooperation, five Asian chambers of commerce, two city chambers and five Asian business and community organizations jointly hosted the 4th annual Asian Business Expo on September 10, 2014 at the Embassy Suites Anaheim South Hotel.

2015 OCABE

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The Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Orange County, along with sixteen (16) other co-hosting Asian and local business organizations hosted the 5th Annual O.C. Asian Business Expo at the Embassy Suites, Anaheim South Hotel, 11767 Harbor Blvd., Garden Grove, CA 92840, on September 10, 2015.

2016 OCABE

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On Thursday, September 8, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM at Embassy Suites, Anaheim South Hotel (11767 Harbor Blvd, Garden Grove, CA  92840), the Asian Business Community will collaborate once again to kick of its 6th Annual Orange County Asian Business Expo (the “Expo”).

Orange County has one of the fastest growing Asian population and businesses in the country.  The Asian businesses are no longer the small “mom and pop” stores but leaders and innovators in various industries, reshaping the mainstream economy, locally and internationally!

Attendees of the Expo will have a “once-in-a-year” opportunity to network, face-to-face, with vast array of Asian businesses and learn more about each other in one setting.  Each of the booth sponsors would be given an opportunity to market their business, via video and/or on stage.   This would be a great opportunity for anyone to gain direct access and contact with businesses that would otherwise be inaccessible and unapproachable.  Few of the participants will be coming from overseas, just to capitalize on this moment.