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Honoring the Memory of past ABAHR Board Member and Advisor Mrs. Jagdish "Lady Jay" Singh
Pictured: Mrs. Singh (left) with Petula Moy (Past President) at the 2018 ABAHR Annual Meeting of the Membership.
Best Wishes to Dr. Alok and Rashmi Verma!
As many of you may know, Dr. Alok Verma has decided to leave the Hampton Roads area after 40+ years and move to Texas, joining Texas A&M University, to serve as Powell Endowed Chair of the Department of Marine Engineering Technology.
Taste of India and India Fest Events Cancellation Announcement
COVID-19 pandemic has already led to many high-profile events' cancellations or postponement including Taste of India, which was scheduled for April 18, 2020 and had to be postponed as communicated earlier.
Tidewater Korean American Association Issues Warning of the Possibility of COVID-19 Airborne Transmission
코로나19 공기감염 가능성이 제시되면서 공포감이 조성되고 있다. 세계 과학자 239명이 코로나19가 공기를 통해 최대 48m (157피트)떨어진 사람에게도 전염시킬 수 있으므로, 예방수칙을 더 철저히 해야 한다고 발표했기 때문이다.
U.S. Small Business Administration announces Reopening of the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and EIDL Advance
The SBA is offering low interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses and non-profit organizations that are suffering substantial economic injury as a result of COVID-19 in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories.
ABAHR Responds to Norfolk City Councilman Paul Riddick's Comments about Chinese Restaurant Owners
In light of Norfolk Councilman Paul Riddick's comments, ABAHR supports OCA-Eastern Virginia Chapter's position and appreciates any opportunities to initiate cross-community dialogue and build a strong business alliance across communities in Hampton Roads.
Inside Business is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Top Forty Under 40!
"We're looking for the best and brightest who also serve our community."
Participate in the Commonwealth of Virginia Disparity Study for Woman and Minority Owned Businesses
The Commonwealth of Virginia (the Commonwealth) has commissioned BBC Research & Consulting (BBC) to conduct a disparity study to assess whether woman- and minority-owned (WAM) businesses face any barriers as part of the Commonwealth’s contracting processes.
UPDATED: Government Response to COVID-19 FAQs
In response to the spread of COVID-19, Congress has passed four bills into law to assist individuals and small businesses with effects of this pandemic.
Hampton Roads COVID-19 Business Leader Survey: Your Immediate Response is Requested by April 1st, 2020
This is a critically important survey. Survey sponsors include the Alliance (formerly HREDA), Reinvent Hampton Roads, Hampton Roads Chamber, Virginia Peninsula Chamber, Hampton Roads Workforce Council, Greater Peninsula Workforce Board, and the Old Dominion University Strome College of Business.
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