• Connecting Women to Power Business Conference
    California State University, Dominguez Hills
    1000 E. Victoria Street
    Carson, CA 90747
    March, 30, 1011
    Register at or 888-847-9652
  • White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders - Summit on Entrepreneurship and Small Business Growth
    Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus
    1065 La Avenida Street, Building 1
    Mountain View, CA 94043
    Friday, January 7, 2011
    8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    Event information
  • Let's Do Business 3
    Contract Opportunities for Diverse Suppliers
    Noveember 5, 2020 8:00am - 1:00pm
    The Center at Cathedral Plaza
    555 West Temple St., Los Angeles, CA 90071
  • 28th Annual MED Week
    "Strategies for Growth and Competitiveness in the Global Economy"
    August 25-27, 2010
    Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, DC
    Contact: Venice Harris,
    Read flyer
  • Connecting Women to Power
    Strategies for Competing in the Global Economy and International Market
    American Jewish University
    15600 Mulholland Drive
    Bel Air, CA 90077
    Thursday, June 24, 2010
    2:00pm - 7:00pm
    Register at or phone at 888-847-9652.
    Read flyer
  • Partnering for Success 2010 Reception
    WBENC Cocktail Reception - Baltimore, June 21
    Read flyer
  • NCAABA Stimulating Change Roundtable
    Friday, June 25, 2010 9am - 5pm
    U.S. Small Business Administration Headquarters
    409 3rd St., SW., Washington, DC 20416
    Read flyer
  • 2010 Advancing Justice Conference
    Wednesday, June 23, Thursday, June 24 and Friday, June 25, 2010
    Westin Alexandria, 400 Courthouse Square, Alexandria, Virginia 22314-5700
    Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders United in Strength
    Planned highlights include:
    • Briefing with members of Congress, key policymakers and advocates to discuss legislative priorities and issues critical to Asian American and Pacific Islanders.
    • Friday is Advocacy Day. Let your voice be heard! Attend meetings with key Congressional offices to discuss issues of importance to the Asian American and Pacific Islander community.
    • Young leaders program

    Download the PDF
  • 34th Annual MBOD
    Minority Business Opportunity Day (MBOD) exposes minority businesses to progressive workshops and seminars that optimize business potential and/or enhance business growth. MBOD also provides valuable opportunities for MBEs to network with SCMBDC member corporations who sponsor and fund the events and activities. Member corporations value MBOD as a forum for meeting new MBE suppliers and vendors.  Learn more and registerView video on how to prepare and work this tradeshow.
  • Mabuhay Alliance Open House
    Mabuhay Alliance will be opening its Northern California office on Friday, December 11. Ms. Faith Bautista has invited Greenlining coalition members and friends to partake in Mabuhay's Daly City Grand Opening.

    355 Gellert Blvd, Suite 230 (Serramonte Plaza Business Center)
    Daly City, CA 94015
    4-8pm on Friday 12/11/2009
    Contact: Mae Perez 650-991-5619
  • APAPA Annual Holiday Mixer
    Asian Pacific Islander American Public Affairs Association - Community Education Foundation cordially invites you to our Annual Holiday Mixer, Dec. 12, 2009, 2 - 6pm.  Location - Friends of Children with Special Needs, 2300 Peralta Blvd, Fremont, CA 94536. Free admission! All are welcome! Refreshments provided!

    Please RSVP to:

    Tim Tran (408) 799-5290, or
    Mike Liu (510) 364-7986,

  • National 8(a) Association Symposium, Investment & Partnering New York City, Oct. 20-21 2009
    “National 8(a) Symposium, Investment & Partnering Event”
    Click Here to Register
  • The California Conference on the Stimulus, Oct. 13, 2009

    Join us for an exclusive event, “The California Conference on the Stimulus: Renewing the Economy through the Building Trades.”

    Where: Stanford University in Palo Alto
    Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2009
    Time: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Space is limited, so please REGISTER NOW.

  • En Banc - A Public Hearing by the California Public Utilities Commission, Nov. 2, 2009
    Celebrating Diversity in GOING GREEN
    California’s New Gold Rush
    9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
    Ronald Reagan State Building
    Los Angeles, CA
    [View PDF]
  • NCAABA Supplier Academy at UCLA, Oct. 14-15, 2009
    Take the exclusive opportunity to learn from the world’s leading corporations and business leaders on how to grow your business with Corporate America in a competitive global and national marketplace. NCAABA’s Supplier Academy provides unique opportunities to a select group of small businesses to improve business plans, develop relationships and promote business growth.
  • 10th Annual Asian Small Business Expo - Sept. 26, 2009
    The Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program is hosting a FREE one-day expo with workshops for small businesses to meet buyers and explore opportunities to capture a share of the Federal Stimulus dollars.  Held on Saturday, September 26, 2009 from 9am-3pm at the Omni Hotel, 251 South Olive Street, Los Angeles. For more information, download the PDF or call (213) 473-1605.
  • Asian, Inc. 38th Anniversary Gala, Sept. 11, 2009
    The Intercontinental Hotel, San Francisco
    Diversify, Innovate and GO!
  • NAWBO-SFBA September Dinner, Sept. 10, 2009
    Welcome Back Networking Event
    Omni Hotel, 500 California St., San Francisco
    $50 members, $65 guests
    It's “back to school” time and NAWBO-SFBA is kicking off the season with a fresh fall attitude and lots of friends. Members of the GGBA, the National Council of Asian American Business Associations, 100 Black Women, SFEntrepreneur Meetup, and the Northern California Minority Supplier Development Council will join us for a business networking mixer at the Omni Hotel in San Francisco. Come mix it up with your NAWBO-SFBA friends, meet some new friends, find out what everyone did on their summer vacation and make some contacts to benefit your business! We will have a dinner buffet of “small plate” foods and a no-host bar. See you there!
  • OCA National Convention, August 6-9, 2009
    Empowering Asian American Voices
    San Francisco, CA
  • 2009 CAABA Business & Leadership Conference
    The Coalition of Asian American Business Organizations (CAABO) and the International Leadership Foundation (ILF) are hosting a conference in Washington, DC featuring networking, expostions, plenary sessions, and business network opportunities.
  • Financial Services Consortium Presents Let's Do Business 2 - Jul 15, 2009

    The Financial Services Consortium with their "prime" financial service suppliers, in partnership with a coalition of community-based organizations will host a one day business development forum to review contract opportunities for qualified diverse suppliers. Learn more by visiting


  • Join NCAABA at the 2009 NMSDC National Conference in New Orlean Theme:      Minority Businesses and Corporate America: Recipe for Success
    Date:         October 25-28, 2009
    Location:   New Orleans Morial Convention Center 
                      New Orleans, Louisiana
  • WBENC Power Hour Mixer - NCAABA & AKRAYA
    June 8, 2009
    Join us as we kick of the WBENC “Bridge to Quality” Conference with drinks & dessert, and connect with diverse women business owners from across the country!
    OSDBU Conference 2009

    April 22, 2009
    Dulles Expo Center North Hall
    Chantilly, VA
    8am to 3:30pm

    This conference, sponsored by the Federal government Offices of Small and
    Disadvantaged Business Utilization, was originally established in 1990 as the
    Procurement Opportunities Conference & Exposition. The purpose of the
    conference is to provide networking and educational opportunities to all conference
    participants. For 17 years we have been successful in bringing small businesses,
    large corporations and government agencies together in one place.
    In addition to networking opportunities on the Exhibit Floor, we will host four
    seminars, the ever-popular Procurement Matchmaking with program managers and
    procurement representatives, and offer on-site procurement opportunities.
    Large businesses with government contracts and federal government agencies are
    continually seeking small, minority, 8(a), SDB, service-disabled veteran-owned,
    veteran-owned and women-owned businesses. The OSDBU Procurement
    Conference offers the opportunity for these entities to connect with quality vendors.
    Topic: How to apply the laws to get what you are entitled to as a Small Business;
    NASDB awards; and, networking opportunities
    When: April 23, 2009
    NW Washington, DC (202) 737?1234
    Asian American Business Conference hosted by the Governor's Commission on
    Asian Pacific Americans

    Attend the premier event for Maryland's Asian American business community. You
    will hear from excellent speakers and panelists, learn about business opportunities,
    interact with Asian American businesses at the trade show, and have superb
    networking opportunities with business owners, government officials, consultants,
    and academics.
    "Access to Opportunities"
    Tuesday, May 5, 2009 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
    Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center
    University of Maryland College Park, MD 20742
    Networking and Awards Dinner
    Monday, May 4, 2009 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
    New Fortune Restaurant
    16515 South Frederick Avenue Gaithersburg, MD 20877
    Who's Who in Asian American Communities

    Sachi Koto of Sachi Koto Communications, co-hosted by US Asia Center
    Saturday August 29th 5:30pm
    Ticket Information
    VIP Reception Ticket @ $150.00 (includes WWAAC Leaders & Legends Awards
    Ticket with VIP seating and VIP Reception)
    VIP Seating Ticket for WWAAC Leaders & Legends Awards (Tickets @ $75.00 each)
    General Admission Ticket for WWAAC Leaders & Legends Awards—Tickets @
    $50.00 each ($75.00 at the door)
    Please contact at for WWAAC sponsorship opportunities
    and ticket purchases.
    The Association of Asian American Investment Managers

    Wednesday June 10, 2009
    Location: The Harvard Club of New York 35 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036
    More than ever, performance and capital access matters. The Association of Asian
    American Investment Managers is proud to present some of the country's most
    prominent limited partners - public pension funds, foundations, endowments, and
    fund-of-funds – to discuss how they are handling the market challenges, the
    opportunities going forward and how you can benefit from their insights. Join us for
    a day of unparalleled networking and education.
    AAAIM offers this event for an affordable fee $495 for current AAAIM members
    $795 for non-AAAIM members Event sponsors, AAAIM trustee members and staff of
    plan sponsors are offered a pre-defined number of complimentary tickets.
    Diversity Alliance for Science

    May 12-13, 2009 Newark, NJ
    "Diversity Will Drive Our Scientific Future."
    Collaborate on "best practices" to foster the inclusion of diverse businesses in
    clinical trials and scientific research. Forge mutually beneficial relationships
    between diverse businesses, government agencies, pharmaceutical firms, biotech
    companies and academic medical centers. This conference is a must for minority-,
    women-, veteran-, and disabled-owned businesses to attend.
    WBENC Conference 2009, June 911

    Please contact us! NCAABA planning a reception!
    It is our pleasure to invite you to join us in San Francisco, California for WBENC's
    10th annual National Conference and Business Fair, Women in Business 2009: The
    Bridge to Quality, June 9-11 at the Hilton San Francisco and The Moscone Center.
    NCAABA is planning a reception and we'd love to have you as our guests! Tentative
    agenda will be available on our web site in the weeks to come.

    TiECon 2009, May 1516
    Special $50 Discount (Off full price of $320) discount for your friends/ National-
    Caaba members at TiEcon 2009: May 15-16, Santa Clara Convention Center
    Special $50 Discount (Off full price of $320) discount for your friends/ National-
    Caaba members at TiEcon 2009: May 15-16, Santa Clara Convention Center Register
    at www.TiEcon.Org. Use Promo code TIE-PARTNERZ

    Make Me A Match Procurement Summit, hosted by NAWBOSF,
    May 15
    Make Me a Match! Procurement Summit
    Westin St. Francis May 15, 2009 8:00AM – 11:30AM
    Need more business? Interested in working with women business owners? Join us
    for a groundbreaking event that will match women business owners with
    corporations as well as their Prime Suppliers to potentially secure contracts.

    California Asian Pacific Islander Policy Summit
    “Connecting the Dots: The Catalyst for a Stronger Community Voice”
    Be Part of a Long-Term Strategic Planning Effort to Strengthen and Build API
    Advocacy Capacity
    May 26th – May 27th, 2009
    Sacramento Convention Center - 1400 “J” Street, Sacramento, CA 95814

    At This Empowering Two Day Summit:

    • Demonstrate the collective power of APIs and increase our visibility at the State
    • Connect with key state agencies and non-profits at the API Summit Resource Expo
    • Empower your staff and volunteers, improve your organization’s advocacy
    operation, learn how to play a role
    in the state legislative and budget process, and discuss new API community issues
    and research data
    • Meet with elected officials to build long?term working relationships and advocate
    on API issues
    • Develop legislative proposals with other stakeholders at API Summit issues tracks

    Registration Forms Attached as PDF Files
    March 31st – Early-Bird Registration & Scholarship Deadline
    April 24th – Final Registration Deadline

    For more information, please contact:

    Andrew T. Medina
    API Joint Legislative Caucus
    (916) 319-3686 or

    Diane Ujiiye
    Asian and Pacific Islanders
    California Action Network
    (310) 532-6111 or

    Leilani Aguinaldo Yee
    Asian Americans for Civil
    Rights and Equality
    (916) 321-9001 or

    Waste-to-Fuels Conference & Trade Show

    May 17-19, 2009 - San Diego, CA
    The Waste-to-Fuels Conference & Trade Show will provide a forum for informing
    the public and private sectors of the economic and environmental benefits of
    converting waste materials to alternative fuels such as biodiesel and ethanol as well
    as energy recovery.

    Advancing Diversity in the New Green Energy Economy

    California Utilities Diversity Council

    May 29, 2009

Past Events

  • NCAABA Extended Exclusive Invitation to President Obama's Town Hall Meetings in Orange County and Los Angeles
  • 2009 Stimulating Change Summite by NCAABA in Foster City, CA
  • 2008 Partnering for Success by NCAABA in San Jose, CA
  • 2008 Las Vegas, CA – NCAABA’s reception at Sushi Samba, The Palazzo
  • 2006 NCAABA hosted corporate panel breakfast - Kona, HI
  • 2006 San Diego, CA - NCAABA's reception at Dassin Mediterranean Bistro
  • 2005 Dallas, TX - NMSDC's reception at the Dallas Art Museum
  • 2004 Washington D.C. - NMSDC's reception in Georgetown
  • 2004 NCAABA financial conference sponsored by Wells Fargo Foundation - Las Vegas, NV
  • 2004 NCAABA trade mission to Dept. of Transportation
  • 2003 The "Non-Profit Day" by NCAABA and Citibank in San Diego
  • 2001 NCAABA National Meeting, Arlington, VA included Dept. of Defense



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