APACC Names Ping Gu the New Business and Development Manager


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Ping Gu

Photo Courtesy: Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce

The Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce, (APACC) has recently named Ping Gu the new business collaboration and development manager.

Gu has experience in sales, marketing, and cross-cultural business communication in the financial service industry, where she specializes in assisting Chinese and American businesses within the United States. 

Her focus as the business collaboration and development manager for APACC will be on business development and membership services while increasing business interactions among global Asian and U.S. companies and APACC Members.

Gu is originally from China and relocated to New York in 2011 to complete her education and to start her career in the U.S.

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