The Gwinnett Chamber and the Atlanta Chinese Entrepreneur Club (ACEC) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that recognizes the importance of supporting and growing global business entrepreneurs in the greater Gwinnett region. The ACEC is a nonprofit organization that assists Chinese-American entrepreneurs in learning and developing sound business models in the U.S.
“ACEC’s focus on international entrepreneurship in our community aligns with the Chamber’s values for innovation and inclusion,” said Nick Masino, President and CEO of the Gwinnett Chamber. “This agreement signifies a commitment to fostering these global entrepreneurs and furthers our mission to champion business.”
Jeff Jiang, President of ACEC, added, “Our strategic partnership with the Gwinnett Chamber will strengthen ACEC’s mission and increase its capacity to serve businesses. We would like to thank Nick Masino for his outstanding contribution to economic development in Gwinnett.”
The Gwinnett Chamber has a long-standing history with the Chinese-American business community and continues to fortify its support through MOUs with like-minded organizations. Together with its economic development arm, Partnership Gwinnett, the Gwinnett Chamber has led fifteen business trade missions to China that have garnered the expansion or relocation of more than a dozen Chinese businesses in Gwinnett County.
To learn more about the Chamber’s vision and mission to champion business, visit GwinnettChamber.org, and for information on ACEC, please go to ACEC.club.
PHOTO (L to R): Jill Edwards, United Community Bank & Gwinnett Chamber Board Chair; Nick Masino, President & CEO, Gwinnett Chamber; Jeff Jiang, President, ACEC; Bin Liu, CFS & ACEC Board Chair.