Khaasbaat: February Issue:
The New Year brings new opportunities for business professionals across Florida. For the Indian American Chamber of Commerce in Orlando, 2018 brings a new president with a new vision for the future. Yog Melwani will serve as president for 2018 and 2019.
“The Indian American Chamber is committed to helping business professionals build strong relationships and to help grow their businesses in 2018 and beyond,” says Melwani. “The IACC includes some of the most successful professionals in Central Florida. Our leadership team constantly works to expand opportunities for entrepreneurs who want to do business with Orlando’s growing Asian Indian American community.”
Demographics tell an intriguing story for business owners, who are considering getting more involved with the IACC. There are 28,281 Asian Indians living and doing business in the Orlando MSA. (data provided by Orlando Economic Partnership)
“These business professionals have a 23 percent higher median household income than families who are not Asian Indians,” says Melwani, creating a powerful boost to Central Florida’s economy.
The IACC is taking on a new initiative for 2018. The chamber will take a proactive role in Orlando’s Smart Cities initiative by facilitating meaningful dialogue with community leaders to see how this initiative can benefit the community, whether it is via healthcare, transportation or tourism.
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