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India Currents gave me a voice in days I was very lost. Having my articles selected for publishing was very validating – Shailaja Dixit, Executive Director, Narika, Fremont

The leaders of the Asian American communities have come together under the umbrella of U.S. Asia Business Forum (USABF) to invite entrepreneurs from 45 countries to attend the forum in Los Angeles. This year’s event will primarily focus on 20 high-growth categories.
USABF has invited Fortune 20,000 buyers, purchasing agents of e-government sectors, top Fortune 100 CEOs of Asia and the U.S., and various corporate sponsors and exhibitors. A tremendous response from both sides of the Pacific is expected with high emphasis on investment and mutual contributions to the growth of two great continents.
This highly potent five-day event will focus on business-to-business (B2B) commerce for the first three days. The public is invited to attend the last two days of the event, which is open to all.
Keynote speakers will focus on  topics such as agriculture and food processing; entertainment and media; health care, pharmaceuticals, and chemicals; homeland security and defense; infotech and animation; infrastructure and real estate development; manufacturing; textiles; and tourism and hospitality.
Sept. 9-13. L.A. Convention Center.

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Vandana Kumar

Vandana Kumar is a publishing executive with a 35-year track record in the industry. She leads the India Currents Foundation as President and CEO. As a new immigrant, she co-founded India Currents magazine...