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Leveraging Similarities…salute to Asian Heritage

“There is so much to celebrate about the uniqueness of each Asian group. At the same time, these cultures manage to come together to drive change for the good of the next generation.”

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Landscape of Asian Leadership in Corporate America: On the rise….

Some would say that the increase in Asian leadership is due to immigration and globalization. This might be a popular perception, but Nielsen’s research shows that this dynamic group is not only talented but savvy as consumers. Moreover, the Asian population is leading in consumer spending as well.

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Entrepreneur Profile: Winnie Chan

The priorities and perseverance of Winnie Chan, as she leads her cosmetics brand, Maylan Skincare.

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Beatrice Yeung, co-founder of Hyphen magazine, talks about why the magazine was created and the evolving Asian "identity".

Hyphen: Creating a Much-Needed Link by Beatrice Yeung

Beatrice Yeung, co-founder of Hyphen magazine, talks about why the magazine was created and the evolving Asian “identity”.

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Posted in Asian Americans, Organizations

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Entrepreneur Profile: Niraj Kataria

Entrepreneur Niraj Kataria took his vision and used his business experience, networking skills and tenacity to create a successful business. Learn more about Niraj and how entrepreneurs find success.

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Posted in Asian Americans, Entrepreneurs, Leadership

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How Asian-Americans Can Keep Climbing the Corporate Ladder

As the ethnic minority with the largest percentage of college graduates, many Asian- Americans have been professionally stalled in their careers. Are cultural differences limiting them from rising up the corporate ladder? Raw intelligence and a good work ethic are apparently not enough.

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Posted in Asian Americans, Career Development, Personal Branding


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