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Strategic Partners

Partners ACoCThe Chamber has the dual purpose of promoting trade between Houston and Asia and to foster economic development in the Houston area Asian-American communities. The Chamber was incorporated on June 20, 1990 as a Texas non-profit corporation and has been qualified as a tax exempt organization under Section 501(c) (6) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

ASIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
6833 West Sam Houston Pkwy, Suite 206
Houston, Texas 77072
Phone: 713-782-7222
Fax: 713-782-8676
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Partners GSHCoCThe Chamber is in its 61st year of Connecting Commerce & Community – not just as a motto but also as a way of doing business. They cover a wide swath along the Interstate-10, Westheimer, Bellaire and South Main corridors. The chamber includes several neighborhoods and unique communities. The diversity of the area encourages them to look for ways to partner with all facets of the business community to achieve goals that are mutually beneficial.

The Greater South West Chamber of Commerce
6900 South Rice Avenue
Bellaire, TX 77401-4439
(713) 666-1521


Partners HBUThe Houston Baptist University is a private, tier one Baptist institution founded in 1960. It is located in Greater Sharpstown and in Chinatown in Houston, Texas near the Southwest Freeway. Houston Baptist College was created by action of the Baptist General Convention of Texas on November 15, 1960 culminating many years of work and study. The aim of the College founders was the establishment of a Christian college of the highest order in the city of Houston that stressed quality of life as well as quality of learning. More than 50 undergraduate majors are offered and pre-professional programs range from Biblical Languages to Nursing. All classes are faculty-taught and more than half the classes have fewer than 20 students. HBU also offers graduate programs in business, Christian counseling, psychology, the liberal arts, and education.