Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (GDAACC)

Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (GDAACC) The GDAACC serves the Asian American business community in North Texas. The Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce (GDAACC) was established in 1986 to serve the Asian American business community in North Texas.
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Our programs, events and affiliates are designed to facilitate the economic development in this region. Today GDAACC has over 1,200 members that include entrepreneurs, business owners, corporations and public service entities, representing 17 Asian ethnic groups.

Our programs, events and affiliates are designed to facilitate the economic development in this region. Today GDAACC has over 1,200 members that include entrepreneurs, business owners, corporations and public service entities, representing 17 Asian ethnic groups.

Address

11171 Harry Hines Blvd Ste 115
Dallas, TX
75247

General information

Since its beginning in 1986, our Chamber’s membership has grown with the support and encouragement of leading businesses, corporations and individuals. In the year 2000, the Chamber established the Multi-Ethnic Education and Economic Development (MEED) Center in “Little Asia” of near East Dallas. The MEED center focuses on job training, entrepreneur development theory and business assistance for the growing population in the area. In the year 2001, the Chamber introduced the Intermediary Lending Program to meet the needs of small businesses in the Asian community in the Metroplex. The Program was designed to help GDAACC’s members with their short-term cash flow needs and relatively near-term capital requirements. Each year brings new challenges and opportunities for growth and development for our members. This makes our original and primary purpose of promoting and developing Asian American businesses more important than ever, within the Metroplex, our nation and the world. Our mission does not stop here… Our Chamber has grown to over 1,200 members with a staff of six to serve the needs of the Asian American Community.

Telephone

(972) 241-8250

Products

Our Affiliations:

Asian American Contractors Association of DFW (AACA)

Asian Charity Ball, Inc. (ACB)

Certified Development Corporation of the Southwest (CDCSW)

Multi-ethnic Education and Economic Development (MEED) Center: http://www.meedcenter.com

Texas Federation of Asian American Chambers of Commerce (TFAACC): http://e-factoryatwork.com/tfaacc/index.html

Other Asian Ethnic Chambers, Ethnic Minority Chambers and Economic Development Organizations

* Greater Dallas Korean American Chamber of Commerce: http://www.koreanchamber.org/home.php
* Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce: http://www.dbcc.org/
* Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce: http://www.gdhcc.com/

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