Améredia is a Top 10 Asian American Business in CA
16-Mar-2011 | News-Press Release
San Francisco, CA (March 14, 2011) – Améredia, the San Francisco-based multicultural advertising agency, was selected on March 9 as a “Top 10 Asian American Business in California” by the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Western Region.
Améredia was joined by other notable companies from the technology, communications and engineering sectors that required at least 51 percent Asian American ownership to qualify for the Top 10 ranking. Selection was determined by percentage revenue growth over three years and finalists were independently verified by A2Q2, a California-based accounting firm.
“Our California Top 10 Asian American Business Award recipients exemplify the aspirations, innovation and perseverance which are the stock that built the American Dream,” said Susan Au Allen, National President and CEO of USPAACC. “Along their journey to success, they have also contributed to the economic vitality, job creation and now serve as role models for aspiring entrepreneurs in the business community. We are mighty proud of them.”
USPAACC National named Améredia a Fast 50 Asian American Business in 2010, and earlier this year the agency was selected as a Top Business in America by DiversityBusiness.com, winning five awards including “Top 100 Diversity Owned Businesses in California” and “Top 100 Subcontinent Asian American Businesses in the U.S.”
The recent milestones underscore Améredia’s continued growth since its inception in 2003, and add to the agency’s running list of industry-wide recognitions such as the National Association for Multi-Ethnicity in Communications’ Excellence in Multicultural Marketing Awards and the American Design, Communicator, Hermes, Mark and TELLY awards, among others.
Améredia Inc. is a full-service multicultural advertising, marketing and public relations firm specializing in reaching U.S.-based ethnic communities. The agency has enabled clients such as Comcast, Time Warner Cable, T-Mobile and the U.S. Department of Defense to connect with Asians, Europeans, Hispanics, Middle Easterners, Pacific Islanders, Africans and other diverse cultural groups. Conceptualizing culturally engaging campaigns across print, TV, radio, online, outdoors, events, grassroots and social media platforms in over 20 different languages, Améredia has positioned itself as one of the fastest-growing diverse market agencies nationwide.
For 25 years, USPAACC has been serving and will continue to serve as the gateway to large corporate and government contracts, top-caliber Asian American suppliers, key information about Asian Americans, and the dynamic market in the Asia-Pacific region. The organization’s flagship national annual event, CelebrAsian, is the oldest and largest annual pan Asian American business conference in the U.S. and is designed to help small and minority business enterprises compete in the mainstream market. Headquartered in Washington, DC, USPAACC has regional chapters in California, New York, Texas, Illinois, Georgia and in DC-Maryland-Virginia in the National Capital Area.
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