The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) officially unveiled its 2014 "Fast 50 Asian American Businesses" during the Excellence Awards Gala, at its 29th annual national flagship CelebrAsian Procurement Conference, June 2 at the Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Founders, CEOs, COOs and Presidents flew in from all over the country for the black-tie event. Together, the fast-growing Asian American businesses generated an average 3-year annual revenue of $3 billion – with companies achieving up to more than 300% growth rate. PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi, also the Conference Chair, gave the keynote. Corporate Co-Chairs were AT&T, PepsiCo, UPS and Wells Fargo. Asian American Business Co-Chairs were Ampcus, SevenTablets, TIG, and VXI Global Solutions.
Executive profile publication, BusinessInteviews, conducts a one-on-one interview with SevenTablets CEO and Founder Kishore Khandavalli - “SevenTablets is a company of smart, talented, and creative people who came together because they believe that they can make a positive impact on how companies perceive and utilize mobile applications.”
Andy Lee, CEO of Alorica, Inc., a business services, telecommunications, teleservices, and technology services company in Irvine, California; Ken Choi, COO of I.L. Creations, a food services company in Rockville, Maryland; Annie Kwan, President of Maxx Shop Inc., a promotional merchandise company in Los Angeles, California; and Kishore Khandavalli, CEO of SevenTablets, a mobile application development company in Dallas, Texas, are leading the way at the 28th CelebrAsian Business Opportunity Conference hosted by USPAACC in Orange County, CA. Corporate Co-Chairs are AT&T, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts, PepsiCo and Wells Fargo.