Special Event Dec 6th, 2019
|DCBA IN CHINA|
|The Detroit Chinese Business Association working with US China Innovation Alliance and InnoSTARS program were honored to be guests to governmental and business leaders in: Beijing(Capital PRC) Shenyang (Capital) Liaoning Province Jinan (Capital) & Zibo in Shandong Province Yongchuan in Chongqing Changsha (Capital) in Hunan Province Highlights include DCBA member Nobel Prize winner David Gross and Jim Cook were guests of honor and the two keynotes of invite only 1st annual US China “Think Tank” hosted by Mr. Zhiijian HU President of the Academy of Science and Technology ford Development (CASTED) and Mr. Zhigang WANG the Minister of Science & Technology for the PRC. DCBA travelled extensively throughout China with over 50 entrepreneurs and world class mentors from across North America for road shows and InnoSTARS 2019 Finals competition. The Grand Prize Winner of InnoSTARS 2019 finals was a 20 year old CEO from Mexico living in Texas who developed the 1stt wearable breakthrough for blind persons since the walking cane in 90 years. DCBA presented Michigan assets and opportunities to leaders in four key provinces (population of about 200 million) with commitments from several of them to visit our Great Lakes State in 2020… For start-ups and or existing companies interested in learning more about the above and other cities in China in regards to setting up offices, expanding into China, please connect with DCBA and or our sponsors to help inform you of the pros, the cons, & which cities and markets may make best sense for your firm to enter and do business in China.|
|DCBA & University of Michigan|
|On November 19th DCBA working with University of Michigan’s Bruce Belzowski, managing director of Automotive Futures produced “Inside China: Understanding China’s Current and Future Automotive Industry”Presenters included Chaozhuo Chen, DCBA member Bob X. Bao and Director of UM Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies Mary Gallagher ..|
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Congratulation for Bromberg & Associates 20th Anniversary
HAMTRAMCK, MI: Bromberg & Associates celebrated the company’s 20th Anniversary of improving language access and promoting cultural awareness in Michigan and beyond! Their 20th Anniversary Celebration event, “A Toast to the Language Access Champions” was held at TechTown Detroit on Thursday 11/14. The event was attended by clients, friends, and other champions of language access who they’ve worked with over the last 20 years. As part of the celebration, Bromberg & Associates held a fundraiser to support the following non-profit organizations whom they’ve partnered with over the last 20 years:
- Wayne County Safe, an organization that inspires healing and empowerment for those affected by sexual violence through free and immediate comprehensive services; promotes public awareness; and advances social change.
- Global Detroit, a regional economic and community development organization that develops and implements immigrant-inclusive strategies to drive the growth, revitalization and broadly shared prosperity of Detroit and Southeast Michigan.
- Michigan Immigrant Rights Center (MIRC), a statewide community resource and hub for immigration and immigrant-related legal services, advocacy, training, and more for low-income and vulnerable immigrants.
- ProsperUS Detroit, a place-based economic development initiative that builds and sustains neighborhood entrepreneurs and small businesses. The initiative infuses neighborhoods in Detroit with services and capital that support local entrepreneurs, help stabilize neighborhood economies, and inspire the local community.
In total, Bromberg & Associates was able to raise $200 for the four non-profit partners. All proceeds will go towards supporting our partners’ diverse humanitarian initiatives that provide resources and enrich communities throughout Southeast Michigan; making our communities inclusive for all! This event comes after recently named as a Salute to Diversity award recipient by Corp! Magazine for the company’s diversity initiatives and achievements both in-house and within the community of which they serve.
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