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Minnesota is officially home to 17 Fortune 500 companies.

We assist you to strengthen the communication with the US government and business communities.

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Chinese American Business Chamber of Commerce, MN

We are committed to strengthening exchanges and cooperation between Chinese businessmen in Minnesota.

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We are open to all Chinese entrepreneurs.
We are open to all Chinese entrepreneurs.
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Minnesota is one of the best places to start and develop business in America.

Choosing Minnesota means to choose the best business, and living opportunities.

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The Mission and Rules

The Mingzhou Chinese Chamber of Commerce is committed to strengthening exchanges and cooperation between Chinese businessmen in Mingzhou and strengthening communication, exchange and collaboration with other state chambers of commerce. Strengthen communication with the US government and business community, strengthen ties with the Chinese government, chambers of commerce, and enterprises, strengthen cooperation and exchanges among members, and provide a platform for Mingzhou Chinese to showcase Chinese businesses everywhere, and open a wonderful culture to promote China. The gate provides a harmonious information exchange center.

The Rights of the Members

(1) Share the services provided by the Association
(2) To express opinions, demands and suggestions to this Council, and to provide opinions and criticisms on the work of the Association.
(3) Participating in various activities of the Association
(4) There are compelling rights, voting rights and right to be elected in this Council.
(5) Require the Association to safeguard its legal rights

The Obligations of Members

(1) Compliance with the rules of the Chamber of Commerce
(2) Implementing the resolution of the Chamber of Commerce
(3) Paying dues on time and in accordance with regulations
(4) Handling matters entrusted by this Council
(5) The member shall withdraw from the meeting and notify the Chamber of Commerce in writing and return the member’s genuine card.
(6) The member has seriously violated the statute of the Chamber of Commerce or serious illegal act, and was removed by the vote of the board of directors.

Promote and Strengthen the Cooperation between the Chinese Chambers in Nationwide

Promote and Strengthen the Cooperation between the Chinese Chambers in Nationwide

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Why Choose Us

Business Licenses and Permits

Before you race too far ahead, you need to find out whether any aspect of your operation requires a license or permit and then factor into your plans the time it will take to go through the permitting process.
All kinds of businesses operate in Minnesota with no special permission or constraints. But others are closely regulated and may require one or more business, occupational or environmental licenses or permits.

Alcohol Licenses

Listed below are applications for a new license, changes to your current license and temporary permits for charitable organizations. Before you begin, it may be helpful to see our instructions on how to apply for an alcohol license.

Food Business Safety

Many projects require more than one permit. To determine which permits you need for your project, call Minneapolis 311 (if outside the Minneapolis city limits call (612) 673-3000).

Building Permits

Many projects require more than one permit. To determine which permits you need for your project, call Minneapolis 311 (if outside the Minneapolis city limits call (612) 673-3000).

Independent Contractor Registration

Most contractors who provide residential or commercial building construction or improvement services are required to register with us through this Construction Contractor Registration Program if they do not hold a contractor’s license.

Project HEALINGS – Supporting Vaccine Equity

We are grateful to be in partnership with other organizations to bring you – Project HEALINGS. Project HEALINGS (Health Education and Adult Learning Incorporated with Navigating Government Systems) is created […]

Minnesota is officially home to 17 Fortune 500 companies.
We assist you to strengthen the communication with the US government and business communities.
Chinese American Business Chamber of Commerce, MN
We are committed to strengthening exchanges and cooperation between Chinese businessmen in Minnesota.
Minnesota is one of the best places to start and develop business in America.
Choosing Minnesota means to choose the best business, and living opportunities.
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2024 February E-Magazine

Asian American Business Resilience Network and Chinese American Chamber of Commerce – MN brought you our Monthly E-Magazine. Check it out with our latest news and upcoming events!

Featuring 

Richard’s journey from China to the United States in 1992 reflects the classic immigrant story of determination and success. Starting as a typical first-generation immigrant, he pursued a Bachelor’s degree in his homeland before entering the workforce in Beijing…

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About Us

The Chinese American Chamber of Commerce – Minnesota (CACC-MN) is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization organized for exclusively charitable and educational purposes in the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metropolitan area in MN. Through CACC-MN, our MISSION is to enhance the economic development for members from disadvantaged backgrounds (especially for the Limited English Proficiency – LEP members) through education and networking, while promoting community engagement and social responsibility with outstanding educational programs and services. 

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Our Program Activities That Support the Communities

As an advocate for regional development, the CACC-MN is dedicated to supporting and encouraging the continued growth of area economies. CACC-MN works with Federal, State, and Local agencies to assist procurement and business access for all business communities, with special support to Limited English Proficiency (LEP) members. CACC-MN provides information on legislative matters affecting small and minority businesses in the region. CACC-MN will also serve as the liaison to corporations to access Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Businesses locally and the Asia market globally.

As an educator, CACC-MN continues promoting small business entrepreneurship to enhance our participation in the economic growth in this region through technical and educational services for startup and business growth. We offer:

  • A Get-Together Co-working Place;
  • Monthly Educational Events with translation services provided;
  • Business Development Seminars – Addressing timely policy topics; and
  • Networking Events

Through supporting delegations to/from China, India, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan to learn of innovative industries and exportable technologies.

Through a number of marketing and promotional opportunities for our members, such as monthly e-Newsletters that features articles and event postings from its members and partners. Those impressions are also leveraged into CACC-MN’s Facebook channel.

CACC-MN is proud of its partnership with local academic institutions and social/arts agencies. CACC-MN partners with community organizations and nonprofits such as: Asian Media Access, Chinese Community Center, Pan Asian Arts Alliance, Wat Thai Temple and many more to support cross-cultural programs and initiatives.

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Connect With Us

If you are a small business owner considering applying for a business loan, looking for grant opportunities, or interested in certificates for government contracting, we can help you through every step of the process to ensure that you are getting access to the best resources available. Best of all, our services are supported by the SBA and provided to you free of charge. You could also follow our Social Media Platform to learn about our upcoming business events and grant opportunities!