• GM Partners with APACC to support AAPI Small Businesses as APACC launches SBAC

    General Motors partners up with the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC) to support Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) small business community by helping up to 100 AAPI-owned small businesses and individual professionals gain access to APACC membership, resources, and programming.

    "This partnership delivers upon GM's efforts to foster the growth and sustainability of diverse small businesses," said Reginald E. Humphrey, Director, DEI Partnerships at General Motors. "Supporting local business with the assistance that they need to thrive, is an investment in our collective future."

    Apply for the AAPI Small Business Membership Grant HERE

    Laura Van HoutteThe financial support from General Motors comes as APACC announces Laura Van Houtte as the Small Business Action Committee Chair. The committee was created to provide insight, collect resources, and execute programming that will provide value to the AAPI small business community. The Small Business Action Committee (SBAC) is focused on helping AAPI small businesses stabilize, recover, and thrive.

    "I am both honored and privileged to serve as chair of the Small Business Action Committee in an effort to help support the small business Asian community," said Van Houtte, Sales Executive at HUB International Limited. "With the generous support from General Motors, coupled with motived, like-minded individuals, I am confident that both current and new small business members will be able to take full advantage of the added programming, support, and advanced efforts within our community. I am fully committed to such efforts and look forward to this next year."

    About the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce (APACC):
    APACC's mission is to facilitate business relationships among Asian and U.S.-based companies and to promote the economic advancement of Asian Pacific Americans. Known as the "gateway" to Asian and U.S. businesses, APACC acts as a collective voice for 30+ Asian and Asian Pacific countries, was established in 2000, and is a not-for-profit membership association governed by board of directors and headquartered in Southeast Michigan. Visit us online at www.apacc.net


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