Duluth, April 30, 2019 – The newly founded Atlanta-chapter of Korean American Chamber of Commerce and the Chinese Business Association of Atlanta (CBAA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to pursue business cooperation and mutual exchanges of partnership. The MOU was signed at a press conference at the Board Room of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
“KOAM looks forward to a good partnership with the Chinese business community through CBAA. We have several interesting programs that could benefit each other,” said Jae Kim, President of the new Atlanta chapter of Korean American Chamber (KOAM).
“CBAA has been established for over 27 years and is excited on working with our Korean friends to established business relations. This MOU will allow us to explore many areas of cooperation,” said Jian Ni, President of Chinese Business Association of Atlanta.
The signing of MOU was witnessed by Nick Masino, incoming CEO & President of Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, along with senior Board members of respective chambers.
“We are pleased to host the MOU signing here as Gwinnett County is the most diverse county in metro Atlanta with over 600 international companies operating here,” said Nick Masino, incoming leader of Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.
KOAM is hosting an open house event where several international chamber organizations would meet and greet on May 8, 2019, 4:00 pm at Korean American Association of Atlanta (KAAGA).