The Queens Chamber of Commerce, the borough’s oldest and largest business association and the US-Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry (USBCCI), an organization designed to enhance prosperity for Bangladeshi and American businesses both here and in Bangladesh, announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at promoting trade and business cooperation between businesses in Queens and the South Asian country.
The MoU Ceremony between USBCCI and Queens Chamber of Commerce has taken place in Bulova Corporate Center, Queens on Monday (29 August, 2022).
“Queens is the most diverse community in the world. Not only does our borough boost an unprecedented number of businesses owned by immigrants, but companies from around the world have customers in every Queens neighborhood,” said Tom Grech, President and CEO of the Queens Chamber of Commerce. “We are excited to begin this partnership with the US–Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry, which we are confident will be beneficial to members of both of our organizations and look forward to participating in the upcoming USBCCI Business Expo.”
As part of the partnership, the Queens Chamber will support the USBCCI Business Expo, which is taking place September 23 through 25, at the LaGuardia Airport Marriott in Queens. The event will celebrate 50 years of diplomatic relations between the United States and Bangladesh. You can learn more about the USBCCI Business Expo at usbccibusinessexpo.com.
“Queens is home to a thriving Bangladeshi community, including many small businesses owned by immigrants from Bangladesh. We are excited to work with the Queens Chamber of Commerce to foster relationships that will benefit businesses in Queens and in our homeland,” said Liton Ahmed, President of the US–Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
“Building relationships that will encourage trade between New York City and nations from around the world are vital to our local economy. We congratulate the Queens Chamber of Commerce and the US–Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry for this partnership and applaud them for their efforts to create jobs and support businesses here in New York City and abroad,” said Dilip Chauhan, Deputy Commissioner for Trade, Investment and Innovation for the NYC Mayor’s Office of International Affairs.
About the Queens Chamber of Commerce:
The Queens Chamber of Commerce is the oldest and largest business association in Queens, representing more than 1,400 businesses and more than 150,000 Queens-based employees. Its mission is to foster connections, educate for success, develop/implement programs and advocate for members’ interests. www.queenschamber.org.
About the US Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry:
U.S. Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry (“USBCCI”) is an organization designed to enhance prosperity for Bangladesh and American Businesses in USA & Bangladesh ,also committed to serving the needs of the growing business community. U.S. Bangladesh Chamber prides itself on bringing people together for the purpose of bringing unity to the Bangladesh-speaking community, bridging ties between Bangladesh and American businesses and creating an entrepreneurial environment where companies grow, individuals succeed and the community benefits. Through their continued efforts, U.S. Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry has become the “go to” source for information, support, cultural events, festivals, business referrals, networking, socializing and much more. Due to USBCCI’s extensive involvement and dedication to helping people and businesses, many refer to U.S. Bangladesh Chamber of Commerce & Industry as the trusted voice in the Bangladeshi community.
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