A champion in increasing the Asian presence in American leadership, ACE NextGen, is hosting a two-day conference centered on leveraging the power of relationships for Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) entrepreneurs in the McDonald’s Global Headquarters, Illinois.
This year’s conference is centered on unity, offering a deep dive into a wide range of discussions and skills that the modern entrepreneur needs in order to work smarter and more effectively with other stakeholders.
Nurturing trust through relationship-building has always been a building block in improving entrepreneurial skillset. ACE NextGen intends to provide this opportunity through the event’s program designed with discovery, fun, and lifelong connection in mind.
Participants will get to enjoy recreational activities and acquire insights from local businesses through guided tours. The strategic sessions will allow them to appreciate the fun side of the bustling business environment in the United States.
Aside from networking with more than 200 AAPI entrepreneurs from across America, attendees will have access to 20 different speakers and workshops with topics ranging from gaining traction to cryptocurrency among others.
Top-tier speakers and special guests such as Karen Eng of National ACE, Andrew Chau of Boba Guys, Ha Nguyen of 7leaves, Andrew Yang of Humanity Forward, Bing Chen of Goldhouse, and Bill Imada of IW Group will grace the event which is poised to be the largest national gathering of AAPI entrepreneurs.
Anchored on the vision of pioneering an annual forum for today’s brightest and most promising AAPI business leaders, ACE Next Gen is a step closer to improving the state of the country’s micro and macro entrepreneurial ecosystem.
All participants must be fully vaccinated and should follow minimum health protocols to ensure everyone’s safety. To join this momentous occasion, interested entrepreneurs can register at https://www.acenextgen.org/unity-conference-tickets.