Immigrants In Business RJCCH is utilizing the social network partnership with local centers to provide programs for adaptation into American culture. The Center differentiates itself by welcoming kids, students, adults, and seniors for outreach services aimed on at-risk reduction for many needs and interests, in order to approach and serve the needs of our community. Immigrants are known as entrepreneurial people, for obvious reasons: those with the ambition and energy to uproot themselves and build new lives in a distant land are well equipped to build businesses and the economy, too. Immigrant entrepreneurs are concentrated in professional and business services, retail, construction, educational and social services, and leisure and hospitality. They own restaurants, doctor’s offices, real-estate firms, groceries and truck-transportation services. More of them come from China, India and former Soviet Union than any other in Bellevue City. Washington has the highest percentage of immigrants among small-business owners. One of the important goals of the Center’s activities is to provide a platform for immigrants in our city to meet each other, and share cultural experiences as a group with the whole. Pertaining to the whole, we would like to invite representatives from local businesses and city authority to learn from market/business techniques, which these immigrants are savvy in. This could potentially greatly benefit local business growth. This will also allow people to increase productivity by expanding their knowledge and establishing new connections.
BUSINESS MEETING every first Tuesday
from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Location: North Bellevue Community Center 4063 148th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98009-9012