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Asian MBAs To Gather For Annual Expo In NYC

 New York, NY – The National Association of Asian MBAs (NAAMBA) is to host its Second Annual Leadership Conference and Career Expo from August 26th to the 28th, at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City, with the theme, “Connect, Engage, Inspire.”

 

The three-day event will be jam-packed with panel discussions and workshops for career acquisition and development, led by prominent CEOs and career coaches. Attendees will also have the chance to network with thousands of professionals and senior level executives from Fortune 500 corporations such as Aetna, Gilead, IBM, McDonald, PepsiCo, Prudential, Target; and government agencies, such as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of Labor, among others. The expected number of participation is double that of the successful inaugural event that drew in 120 exhibiting companies and 2,000 attendees.

 

This year’s Asian MBA Leadership Conference features the Global Diversity Forum, which includes the Jobs in Asia Pavilion that helps job seekers find opportunities, not only in the U.S., but in Asia, as well as the Global Executive and Global Human Capital Summits that invite executives from around the world to network with each other and to recruit American educated talents.

 

While geared primarily towards mid- and senior-level executives with MBA degrees, the Asian MBA Conference and Career Expo also offers recruitment opportunities to experienced business professionals. “The primary focus of our Leadership Conference is to bring together corporate recruiters, MBA job candidates and experienced business professionals to embrace the career potential that Asian Americans provide to the workforce,” commented Jino Ahn, the Founder and President of NAAMBA.

 

For the full Conference schedule, list of participating employers, business schools, and registration information, please visitwww.AsianMBA.org.

 

About The National Association of Asian MBAs

The National Association of Asian MBAs is a non-profit organization founded in 2009 with a mission to connect and empower Asian American leaders, foster dialogue, and to mobilize professionals within the workplace and community. The National Association of Asian MBAs offers its members professional development and networking opportunities through mentorship and a series of events throughout the year on both the local and national levels, including the Annual NAAMBA Leadership Conference & Career Expo.



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