On behalf of Minnesota Hmong Chamber, thank you for visiting our organization’s website! It is a great honor to be serving along my fellow Board Members and Advisors. I’m proud to be a part of a great organization that represents our Hmong business community. Hmong Chamber strives to be on the leading edge and takes great responsibility as the gateway and backbone for the Hmong business community and its future.
The communities we serve have spoken.
In an effort to better serve our stakeholders and community, the Minnesota Hmong Chamber has recently made a number of strategic changes, including:
- A beneficial list of value-added services for our members
- A new and exciting website and organization structure
- Increasing our outreach activities to procure new members
- Daily engagements with our elected officials at the local, state and federal levels to address the
- Issues that affect the continued growth and success of our community
- The creation of new and mutually beneficial partnerships
These changes will ensure that Minnesota Hmong Chamber will be a relevant, effective and outcome based organization.
Today, I am grateful for having outstanding, talented, and young professional board members and advisors from the Hmong businesses community contributing their valuable time, expertise, and resources to the efforts of the Chamber. Needless to say, the strength of the Chamber must start with a strong foundation of the Chamber and its members. We are committed to progressing and providing prosperity for all and work to enhance the Hmong business climate for the benefit of our members and our community.
The Twin Cities has been the home of opportunity for the Hmong community over the last 40 years. From cultures to politics, the Hmong community has been moving at a fast pace that is changing the way we live and what we do in our community. The Minnesota Hmong community has played a leading role for many other Hmong communities around the country. Although we have every opportunity to promote hard working Hmong and its thriving business community, we must do more by developing programs that provide advocacy, education, and economic growth opportunities membership and also focus being a resource to the Twin Cities community and its visitors.
In conclusion, we all look to improve our business environment here in the Twin Cities; it’s time to create a stronger Hmong Chamber and the Hmong community with quality business, good services, and great people so we can receive valuable allies in the Hmong Chamber. I encourage each chamber member to actively promote the Twin Cities business climate by being patrons of our local membership directory. I would like to thank our past president, Mr. Vang, Chue, Board of Directors, Advisors and Co-Founders, for all their hard work, which has helped bring us to this exciting time in the life of the Chamber.
Please consider joining our cause.
Chairman, Minnesota Hmong Chamber of Commerce