Welcome to Asian American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia

Asian American Chamber of Commerce (AACCGP) serves Asian business in the Delaware Valley. It is a membership nonprofit organization which serves businesses, individual entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations for the growth of economy and employment in the Greater Philadelphia area.




Thank you to our sponsors:

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Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities:

We would like to ask for your support as one of our exclusive 2017 Corporate Sponsor.  As a Corporate Sponsor you will have access to the fastest growing Asian American business market and also have the opportunity to network with other corporate members and supporters. Corporate members will benefit from sponsoring seminars and workshops which significantly increases corporate visibility with the Asian American Business Community. Additionally, your sponsorship will benefit small business to grow creating jobs and economic growth.


Click here for Corporate Sponsorship Benefits

Corporate Partnerships

NYDIA HAN, 6abc Consumer Reporter and co-anchor of Action News Sunday Morning
GREG DeSHIELDS, Executive Director at PHLDiversity a division of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, Tourism and Hospitality
GENE BARR, President and CEO of Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry
JAY SIDHU, Chairman and CEO of Customers Bancorp



AACCGP in partnership with PIDC will be hosting the “Asian-American Women: Building Diverse Businesses for All”  

  • Susan Jin Davis, Chief Sustainability Officer, Comcast Corporation
  • Susana Foo, Chef, Restaurateur and Owner of SUGA 
  • Reshma Moorthy, Frontier Technologies
stay tune for more…..
Thursday, October 5, 2017
200 S. Board Street, 7th floor
Empowerment Room
Philadelphia, PA  19102


AACCGP will be at the Philadelphia International Airport.  Come and hear about specific new projects and network with PHL Airport executives and regional and national business leaders. This year’s free forum will feature upcoming business opportunities for the ongoing, multi-million dollar, multi-year Capital Program: TransformPHL. Projects include improvements to terminals, taxiways, and runways. Small and diverse businesses will learn about prospects sized for their capacity.

Friday, October 6, 2017
Philadelphia Airport Marriott

7:30 AM to 12:45 PM

For the full schedule of events https://business.phila.gov/medweek/


Google Workshop SAVE THE DATE

AACCGP in partnership with SCORE will be hosting a workshop
Oct 17th
200 S. Board St, 7th Floor, Philadelphia PA 19102
9am – 12pm

Grow Your Business Online

Learn the basics of how customers find your business online and how to promote your online presence with methods like search engine optimization (SEO) and online advertising. We will also introduce tools to help you run your business online, including Google Analytics and Google Apps for Work

Get Found on Google Search and Maps

Want to get found on Google Search and Maps? This presentation introduces Google My Business, a free tool to manage your business information across Google. It’s the easiest way to help your business be found online. Whether brick and mortar or online, this workshop will guide attendees through the process of claiming their Google business listing, verifying ownership of the listing and making any needed changes
Speaker: Randi F. Penfil: National Speaker, Google Get Your Business Online


power up
Power Up Your Business is a FREE, neighborhood-based training program to support small
business owners in Philadelphia-like you-with the tools you need to grow your business and
help your community thrive.  Northeast Philadelphia applications due November 17, 2017





Difficult Conversations With Your “Problem” Employees

September 19 | Time: 12:00 – 1:15 pm EST

Do you sometimes find yourself dealing with bickering employees? Or the workplace bully? Or the dreaded hygiene issue? Or other sensitive and delicate workplace issues? Learn how to avoid the traps employees and workplace dynamics can set, particularly when employees are coached or encouraged by others and ways to deal with such issues head-on, directly confronting the issues in ways that are both legal and effective. This webinar addresses how to create an atmosphere designed to encourage employees to recognize problems, tell the truth, and get to a resolution.  To register, click and follow directions here: https://www.fisherphillips.com/newsroom-events-2017-what-every-employer-needs-to-know


New Year, New Rules! Is Your Employee Handbook Up to Date? Heading Into the Holiday Season, We Discuss All Things Policy-Oriented 

November 14 | Time: 12:00 – 1:15 pm Eastern

It’s not too early to be thinking about New Year Resolutions for 2018 and up-dating on your employee handbook should be on the list. An updated handbook communicates your expectations in terms of their performance and conduct, treatment of confidential information, social media use and much more. This webinar will identify the dos and don’ts of employee handbooks and provide practical strategies for making them valuable, indispensable management tools.  To register, click and follow directions here: https://www.fisherphillips.com/newsroom-events-2017-what-every-employer-needs-to-know

Additional webinar series for CHURCHES, but other employers can still learn a lot from these webinars because, let’s face it, laws are laws.  https://www.fisherphillips.com/newsroom-events-church-webinar-series




  • Chinatown Learning Center (CLC) is hiring Lead Teacher, Assistant Teacher and  School Age Teacher Assistant. CLS is a STAR 4 bilingual preschool and after school program in the heart of Philadelphia’s Chinatown community. CLC’s program focuses on teaching children of immigrant families in the Asian-American community where English is a Second Language. CLC offers benefits  www.chinatownlearningcenter.com
  • Eastern Tower Community Center Job Fair, Sept 28, 345-515p at the Theresa Hu Center, Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic School, 915 Vine St
  • City of Philadelphia Non-Civil Service career opportunities  more information
  • Double Commercial Space Washington Square West 10th Street between Locust and Spruce. 1400sq ft – $3800 Perfect for office, med spa, nail salon, massage, facial spa, coffee shop, or retail space. Across from Jefferson University.  Please call (267) 250-3691 to schedule a showing.