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AABDC, which has promoted the interests of Asian American entrepreneurs and professionals for more than two decades, is devoting its sixth annual Asian American Business Roundtable (AABR) to the cause of small business recovery by convening C-Suite level virtual panel discussions that bring together stakeholders and propose solutions on Feb. 5 and 8.

The authors of this important study will share their recommendations for how stakeholders in all sectors can ensure equity for Asian American communities during COVID-19 recovery while supporting all groups experiencing disproportionate impact from the crisis.

Story continuesAccording to McKinsey, there are 1.1 million minority-owned small businesses which employ more than 8.7 million workers and annually generate more than $1 trillion in economic output.

AABDC launched Project Rebuild to address this crisis, and has already signed up nearly 50 Asian American small businesses across the America who are seeking to be matched with corporations and their Employee Resource Groups for financial and non-financial assistance.

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