Chinese Business Association of Atlanta (CBAA) signs Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Gwinnett Chamber
The Gwinnett Chamber and the Chinese American Business Association of Atlanta (CBAA) have formalized their relationship and commitment to growth for this burgeoning business sector in the community. The CBAA is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in the state of Georgia, that seeks to promote the common interest of Chinese Americans who are either starting or doing business in the U.S.
“The Gwinnett Chamber has made an intentional effort in recent years to ensure our membership reflects the diverse business community that we serve,” said Nick Masino, President and CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber. “This MOU supports our strategic focus on inclusion, fosters connections with Chinese American businesses within our community, and furthers our ongoing mission to champion business for the Greater Gwinnett region.”
Both the Gwinnett Chamber and the CBAA work to strengthen business relations through economy, technology and cultural exchanges, and the CBAA provides a direct link to industry abroad, as well as the host of businesses already here and growing.
“We are honored and excited about this partnership with Gwinnett Chamber,” shared Jian Ni, President, CBAA. “We will leverage this partnership to promote and grow our business community in Gwinnett County and thank Nick Masino for his efforts to bring our diverse community together.”