San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 13, 2014
Bruce Geier, CEO and Founder of Global IT solutions integrator Technology Integration Group (TIG) co-chairs 29th annual US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) - CelebrAsian Procurement Opportunity Conference.
United States Senator from the Commonwealth of Virginia, The Honorable Timothy Kaine welcomed over 700 conference participants – representing more than 210 Asian American businesses as well as 85 fortune corporations and 25 government agencies. This gatherings combined annual revenue exceeds $7 billion.
“It is an honor to co-chair the CelebrAsian Procurement Opportunity Conference with a distinguished group of business leaders from all over the country. TIG supports the USPAACC effort to provide Asian American and other minority-owned businesses direct access to growth opportunities, best-in-class solutions and a clear road map to success in the global market place. Look at the Fast 50 Asian American businesses awarded during the gala – they generate an average 3-year annual revenue of $3 billion. For some, that is more than a 300% growth rate,” says Bruce Geier, Founder and CEO of Technology Integration Group.
CelebrAsian is the largest national B2B conference assembled annually for the Pan Asian American businesses community. Corporate co-chairs included representatives from PepsiCo, AT&T, UPS and Wells Fargo. This conference included educational summits, actionable workshops, networking events with the top business leaders and pre-scheduled one-on-one procurement matching making opportunities. TIG recognizes that continued success at retaining customers as well as attracting and competing for new business will depend on the ability to further develop associations in diversity and the values that support it.
TIG is a premier ISO 9001:2008 certified, full-service IT systems integrator with 33 years of experience providing end-to-end technology solutions. Financially stable, TIG has remained profitable every year since the company’s founding in 1981. TIG is a Certified Minority Enterprise and a Corporate Plus® member of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC). In addition to the company’s headquarters in San Diego, TIG has 23 offices located in Albuquerque, Atlanta, Boise, Denver, Eugene, Detroit, Honolulu, Indianapolis, Irvine, Fort Walton Beach, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Mobile, Pensacola, Philadelphia, Richmond, Sacramento, San Antonio, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Tampa, and Shanghai, China. For more information visit http://www.tig.com
The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) is the oldest and largest national, nonprofit, non-partisan organization representing all Asian American and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services. As a thought leader with 28-year of track record in business matchmaking accomplishments, strong partnerships with corporations, government, and Asian American businesses, USPAACC is poised to raise the bar to yet another level. http://www.uspaacc.com/