Established in 1986, The Asian Chamber of Commerce (ACC), formerly known as the Pacific and Asian Chamber of Commerce of Nevada was formed to serve and represent the professional and business interests of Nevada’s growing Asian Pacific Americans. ACC, a non-profit corporation, was founded with the primary goal of economic growth for its membership. Our goal is to become a major forum and significant economic force in bringing about political, social and economic party for Nevada’s Asian Pacific American community. The ACC is a conduit of business opportunities and a broker of information and resources for Asian-Pacific American entrepreneurs. Membership is open to any business or individual subscribing to our goals and objectives.
To serve as a forum to understand current business issues and help people expand their horizons in the society.
To offer social/networking opportunities and increase referrals/business for members.
To give the Las Vegas Asian business community the opportunity to address important business and ethical issues.
To give members opportunities to serve the community.
Council of Chambers
What is the Council of Chambers?
The recently formed Council of Chambers is a collection of Southern Nevada’s top business groups comprised of local chambers of commerce and the LVGEA. Currently, it is limited to the executive directors of the membership organizations in order to facilitate high-level strategy and planning.
Who is a part of the Council of Chambers?
Boulder City Chamber of Commerce, Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Las Vegas Asian
Chamber of Commerce, Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance (LVGEA),
Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada Inc., Urban Chamber of Commerce – Las Vegas
What does the Council do?
The Council is designed to increase collaboration and build consensus around high-level priorities affecting the business community in Southern Nevada.
What can we expect from the Council of Chambers in the future?
The Council meets on a bimonthly basis, sharing information regarding new events, policy matters affecting the business community at large and issues closely tied to economic development. Moving forward, the group plans to become more engaged in fostering regional consensus by working to align their various networks.
Why does Nevada need another business group?
The Council of Chambers is not just another business group, it’s a collection of top business leaders in Southern Nevada working together in concert like never before to help set a vision for the future. The Council is not a supplement to any one group, but rather a unified voice representing a diverse array of interests and community leaders.