Gwinnett Chamber 2022 Global Business Event

Multi-Chamber Mixer hosts more than 400 business professionals, Celebrates diversity and culture

The Gwinnett Chamber recently worked in partnership with thirteen other strategic business organizations to host the second annual Multi-Chamber Mixer at the Gas South District in Duluth. The event celebrated the community’s cultural diversity and its global connections with multiple business organizations.

“The Gwinnett Chamber has strategically worked with our global partners to formalize agreements that foster relationships, build business, and create opportunities to strengthen the local economy,” said Nick Masino, President & CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber and Partnership Gwinnett. “This event is a culmination of that work and an opportunity to celebrate our diversity and collective success as one business community.”

Strategic partners of the Gwinnett Chamber included the Atlanta Chinese Entrepreneurs Club, Chinese Business Association of Atlanta, French American Chamber, Georgia Hispanic Chamber, Georgia Indo-American Chamber, Georgia Pakistan Business Council, German American Chamber, Global Atlanta, Italy America Chamber of Commerce Southeast – Georgia Chapter, Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Georgia, Korean American Chamber of Commerce of Atlanta Georgia, Latin American Chamber, and the Liberian Community Association of Georgia.

The event also featured a wide range of authentic global cuisine from 16 Gwinnett-based restauranters including Cosmo’s Pizza+Social, Fumi Hibachi and Sushi, Jack & King Ready Meals, Latin Fresh, Lobster Banh Mi, Mochinut – Duluth, Nothing Bundt Cakes – Snellville, Pat’s Poutine, Queen Nola’s, Catering & Concessions, LLC, Roma Italiano Ristorante, Scrumdiddlyumptious, Shayona Cafe, Swainson Catering, Tucker’s Catering, Versace Dominican Restaurant, and Yifan Kitchen.

“We would like to thank our partners, restaurants, and sponsors – including leading sponsors Georgia Power, Northeast Georgia Health System, and RudHil Companies – for supporting such a successful event this year,” added Masino. “Looking ahead to 2023, the Gwinnett Chamber is excited about the growing opportunities to champion global business in our region.”

The Gwinnett Chamber hosts more than 300 events each year that serve its 2,000-plus member organizations and countless professionals who represent them. To learn more about the Chamber’s upcoming events, visit

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