About USPAACC Southeast ChapterThe United States Pan Asian American Chamberof Commerce Education Foundation - Southeast Region is an affiliate of US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC), founded in 1984 national nonprofit, nonpartisan Pan Asian American organization representing Asian American and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services. As a thought leader with 30-year of track record in business matchmaking , strong partnerships with corporations, government, and Asian American businesses, USPAACC is poised to raise the bar to yet another level.
Our mission is to be the gateway to corporate and government contracts, Asian American (includes East, South and Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander) suppliers, information about Asian Americans and the Asia and Indian Subcontinent markets. We promote Asian Americans businesses and their strategic alliance partners for economic growth by enabling procurement contract opportunities with corporations, non-profit organizations and government agencies.
The vision of USPAACC National and its Regional Chapters is to be recognized as the premier educational, training and networking organization that connects business to business to government, and that opens doors to contract, professional and educational opportunities to Asian Americans and their partners in Fortune corporations, government, nonprofit organizations and the small and minority business community.
The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) was founded in 1984 as a national, non-profit business organization to showcase all Asian Americans and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, and community services.
USPAACC Southeast Region promotes, nurtures and propels economic growth by opening doors to contract, educational and professional opportunities for Asian Americans and their business partners in corporate America, the federal government, and the small and minority business community in the Southeast.