Since Orange County is one of the biggest markets in U.S. and Asian buying power is growing rapidly, exhibiting companies will promote local business and Asian professional interaction in the area.
Garden Grove, CA (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
The third annual Asian Business Expo will be held at the Embassy Suites Anaheim South Hotel on Oct 8, 2013 and the new website address is http://www.TheAsianBusinessExpo.com. Many national and local companies would be participating this year in the expo. Sources confirmed that Walmart, the global retail giants would also be participating in the expo to promote local business and Asian professional interaction.
When contacted, Daniel Kim, the Chairperson of the Expo, said, “We are very proud to present the third Asian Business Expo.” He further added, “Since Orange County is one of the biggest markets in U.S. and Asian buying power is growing rapidly, exhibiting companies will promote local business and Asian professional interaction in the area. This is another way of saying ‘thank you’ to local consumers. They also like to understand how they can improve their service from community leaders.”
Sources confirmed that, 2013 Asian business expo would offer networking opportunities. The attendees would be able to forge new business ties during the event. Around 1,000 guests are expected to attend the event. All the business owners of targeted ethnic groups would have a forum to work together along with an opportunity to learn about cultures of others. Four major hospitals in Orange County including Garden Grove Hospital, West Anaheim Hospital, Huntington Beach Hospital and La Palma Intercommunity Hospital would be servicing 200 flu shots for free to the guests on first come first serve basis starting 1 PM. Jaseng Center, an oriental medicine hospital, will demonstrate non-surgical treatments for joints and spine.
IT companies like Biztech and PhiConnect.com are also exhibiting to share latest IT technology to build up company websites, online shopping stores and online marketing. The CA State Board of Equalization and Orange County Clerk Office will also come out to give latest changes and guidelines in tax and services like property records, marriage licenses and ceremonies.
New York Life Insurance Company and Prudential would be introducing their products including life insurance, mutual funds, and retirement solutions to protect the families of clients. The team behind the Expo has also invited many local financial companies including Uniti Bank in Buena Park, Community Lending Group, East West Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, and Bank of America among others. The expo is also expected to have more speakers this year when compared to the previous one. Suzanna Choi, the president of Tashiro Choi and Associates will be speaking about Health Care Reform and California Small Businesses.
International trading is another key factor at 2013 Asian Business Expo. I-World US is importing premium Korean cosmetics and distributing in U.S. MGINBIO developed CK30 which is new and improved Korean Ginseng in capsules.
It is recommended to register online to get free admission. For more information about the 2013 Asian Business Expo and details on becoming an exhibitor, go to http://www.TheAsianBusinessExpo.com or email info(at)kaccoc(dot)com.
About Asian Business Expo
The Asian Business Expo promotes local business, social and professional interaction among Asian community in Orange County since 2011.