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To advocate for its members and the Asian American business community while assisting the economic development in North Texas.
The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1986 with the mission to "Advocate for its members and the Asian American business community while assisting with the economic development of North Texas." Dallas offers a wide range of benefits, including its diverse culture and access to Texas’s most influential people, groups, and companies.
Over time, we have grown from a small chamber to a chamber of Commerce with over 1,200 members including 20+ ethnic groups; all dedicated to the growth of Asian American business in the Dallas area. In the year 2000, the chamber established the Multi-Ethnic Education and Economic Development (MEED) Center. The MEED Center focuses on job training, the entrepreneur development theory, and business assistance for the growing population in the area. Ideally, any member of the MEED Center will one day have the tools to be Chamber ready.
Each year brings new challenges, but it also brings new opportunities. Our original goal of promoting and developing Asian American businesses is becoming vastly more important within the Metroplex, our nation, and the world. Our work does not stop here.
What Can We Offer You?
At the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (GDAACC), we’re dedicated to providing our members with the tools and opportunities needed for the growth and development of their businesses. We offer a number of services including, but not limited to:
- Business opportunities; the Chamber is notified of numerous opportunities, which we distribute to our members for their own personal use.
- Speakers on topics related to the Asian community
- Networking events such as luncheons, mixers, and meetings.
Our members range from near to far, and consist of individuals and companies from all over the Greater Dallas and North Texas area. Our members are not limited to the Asian population, but also include any entrepreneur interested in doing business with Dallas’s Asian-American community. By joining the GDAACC you are connecting yourself with a large body of intelligent, able, and dedicated members who are interested in doing business with people just like you.
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