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LEVEL UP 2020 is Now Accepting Applicants!

A Virtual 6-Month Executive Education Program for AAPI Business Sustainability and Success in COVID-19.

Narni Yoder Sets Higher Standards for Laboratory Services

Narni, a Filipina-American, is the Co-Founder and Chief Sales Officer of Simple Laboratories (Simple Labs), the largest independent clinical laboratory in the Chicago area.

To Nancy Loo, One of the Greats

We wish Nancy good luck on becoming News Nation’s West Coast correspondent, and thank her for her decade of service as a reporter for WGN-TV.

The New Normal: Asian Americans as Influencers

The recent Nielsen webinar, Engaging Asian American Consumers at the Dawn of a New Decade, looked into interesting and valuable data on why Asian Americans matter to marketers now.

Former APIAVote Director is now Bloomberg's campaign manager

Former APIAVote National Field Director Eric Salcedo was tapped by Michael Bloomberg to lead his presidential campaign efforts to win the hearts of Asian American and Pacific Islanders voters as reported by <em>The Yappie </em>in an article.

Filipino Americans Play a Big Role in the U.S. Consumerism

Almost all of the Filipino Americans have smartphones and access to the internet. Because Filipino Americans are so connected, the overall reach of internet-connected devices among them is higher than among the general public. Given the demographics of connectivity lifestyle, it is no doubt that Filipino Americans’ usage of internet-connected devices out spaces the average US consumer.

Fil-Ams Constantly Growing in the U.S.

The Filipino Americans have a significantly high purchasing power as one of the fastest-growing well-educated groups in addition to the settlement history of their ancestors. It is perceptible that they are one of the first groups who have made themselves at home in the United States.

Young American now offers a Filipino-inspired menu

The restaurant which opened last year at Logan Square has switched to a Filipino food menu to offer a new taste of the real Asian cuisine.

New Patel Brothers store now open in Niles

The Skokie-based Indian grocery company now opens a new store at Niles last Thursday, October 3.

The first elected to public office Cambodian-American woman Khemary Khoeun speaks on ad that compared AOC to Khmer Rouge

Khemary Khoeun speaks up on the recent ad comparing AOC toKhmer Rouge.

Woman who received a racist email now has a great job serving community

Connie Cheung now works with Chinese Mutual Aid Association in Uptown.

AT&T Business selects first female CEO

Chow is recognized to be one of the first Asian American officials of the company and now holds the highest position in AT&amp;T Business.